Educational Endowment Fund Donation

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If you would like to contribute to the ANAS Educational Endowment Fund, you may include your donation to the amount of your check. This fund helps to support the Bud Ellis Scholarship for high school students.

Arizona Nevada Academy of Science is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (Federal Tax ID# 95-3733671). Donations are tax deductible as a contribution to a public charity.

Per Academy privacy policy, donors will be acknowledged (by name only) in the Academy newsletter. If you would prefer to remain publicly anonymous, please email Karen Conzelman.

Donation Options

Contribute by PayPal Giving Fund

100% of your donation will go to ANAS. Academy does not pay any transaction fees for donations made through Giving Fund. You will also receive an immediate tax receipt for your contribution

For more information about PayPal Giving Fund, click here

To Contribute By Check

Please make check payable to Arizona Nevada Academy of Science or ANAS. Please add a note on the Memo line of your check to identify it as a donation.
Checks should be sent to:
Karen Conzelman
ANAS Treasurer
Glendale Community College
6000 West Olive Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85302

Contribute Directly

In the box choose the amount of your donation and click on the "Donate Now” button to take you to the PayPal confirmation page. Credit cards are also accepted.

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Support through Amazon Smile Purchases

Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases to ANAS-Science Olympiad if you register your Amazon account with AmazonSmile and enter Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science (Tax ID# 95-3733671) as your designated non-profit charitable organization.

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The ANAS membership dues support science education in Arizona and Nevada through awards, grants and scholarships for outstanding K-12 science teachers; and for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students.