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Those who would like to contribute to this project may do so by:

  • Donating classroom science equipment for the Lending Library
  • Making a financial contribution.  [All monetary donations will be used to purchase lab equipment for the lending library and/or materials for the teacher workshops.]
  • Sponsoring a student through the student scholarship program of DST
  • Volunteering as a teacher, teacher mentor
  • Passing along ideas

Donations can easily be made through on line e-transfer to dosciencetanzania@gmail.com

or

Cheques can be made out to ‘Do Science, Tanzania’ and addressed to

  • Do Science Tanzania
  • 9 Meadow Glade Gardens
  • Ottawa, Ontario
  • K2G5J5

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2 Comments

  1. I heard your interview on CBC this morning. I was wondering if you have thought about approaching institutions such as Algonquin College as sources for funding? I am working for the Center for Students with Disabilities and have become aware of pockets of funds, that can be creatively disbursed.For example there are funds from the Student Union that can be applied for, as well as similar sources. Do you have to have all of the funds in place before you leave? Can there be a continued fund raising?
    Gordon McGregor

  2. Hi,
    I am a physics student myself. I dropped by to congratulate you on the awesome work hat you are doing.


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  1. By Do Science, Tanzania « Xanthippa's Chamberpot on 06 Feb 2011 at 8:45 pm

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