Mark L. Carter
Senior Director of Development
National Academy of Sciences
500 Fifth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Phone: 202.334.1768

Giving to NAS

The National Academy of Sciences relies on private funds to focus on innovative work that cuts across disciplinary boundaries and to actively address and tackle critical scientific challenges that the government cannot or will not support. Many of the Academy’s landmark studies were made possible by the availability of unrestricted gifts. And some of its most important programs rely on donations to carry out their work.

The nonpartisan and highly credible work produced by the NAS must be effectively communicated to the public. Private gifts allow us to share the results of our work so that individuals can make informed decisions on issues that directly affect their lives. Your generous contribution today enables us to initiate groundbreaking projects and disseminate significant reports, vital to our nation's future but lacking federal sponsorship.

Day of Giving

On December 10, 2014, join your colleagues by participating in the inaugural NAS Day of Giving and make an impact on the future of science. Your support will ensure the future of innovative, trusted, and objective leadership in advancing science. A gift made to any NAS fund on 12/10 counts towards our goal of raising $15,000. On December 10, collective action will create an enduring impact for NAS! Follow the conversation using #dayofgiving.


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