The Rochester NY March for Science is a volunteer-run organization. We rely entirely on people like you to make our events and advocacy possible.
There are many ways you can get involved:
1. Spread the word – Science is for everyone, and we want as many people as possible to show up in support of science on April 14th! Please help us reach as many people as possible, by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Please also download and distribute our poster, with key details about the event!
2. Volunteer – We are seeking volunteers for the second annual March for Science and Rochester Science Expo, to be held April 14th, 2018. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact us for more information about volunteer opportunities.
3. Donate – While we are an entirely volunteer-run organization, we depend on your support to cover the cost of hosting the April event, as well as ongoing outreach and advocacy efforts throughout the year. Please consider sponsoring a student group to present at this year’s science expo ($50 donation), or sponsoring the event at one of our higher donor tiers.
Thank you to our 2018 supporters!
Xenon Donors ($1000+)
- Doug & Neeley Kelley
- Rochester Section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
- Ying TRSEF
Argon Donors ($250+)
Neon Donors ($100+)
- Alanna Klose
- Kevin Kurtz
- Joey & Steph Lawson
Friends of March for Science
- Citizen’s Climate Lobby
- Sharon Genaux
- Emma Grygotis
- Gaborski Lab
- Ginny Hall
- Denise Hocking, Ph.D.
- William Hunt, EA
- Wayne Knox, Ph.D.
- Eric Koski
- M.L. McKeever
- Pachamama Alliance Rochester
- Rochester Mini-Maker Faire
- Rochester Section of the American Chemical Society
- Science of Music URMC
- George Thomas
- Isabelle O’Bryon and Andre Hudson
- ROC Animal School
- University of Rochester Society of Women Engineers
- University of Rochester Brain Awareness Campaign
- Martha Zettel and Dr. Bill O’Neill