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 benefits our entire community. Tell your elected and appointed leaders that evidence based policy is important to you.
2. Volunteer – We are seeking volunteers to become science advocates. If you are passionate about science advocacy, 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 making a donation to help support our ongoing efforts.
Thank you to our 2018 supporters!
- Doug & Neeley Kelley
- Rochester Section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
- Ying TRSEF
- 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