Imagine a province free from barriers to STEAM-learning. Gifts of $5,000 and greater can help us achieve it.
We recognize our major gift donors through the Atomic Circle. Giving at this level connects you to a community of philanthropists who, like you, want to ensure our future by investing in the next generation of problem solvers and critical thinkers. View our brochure.
A Night in West Vancouver's First Passive House
BC has the goal that, by 2032, all new buildings will produce as much energy as they consume. In 2018, James and Janet were ahead of the curve, erecting West Vancouver’s first Net Zero Energy Home that meets the Passive House standard. Science World’s October Science Salon asked: how do you build a home where “the energy bill arrives with a credit toward future use”?
Why join The Atomic Circle?
“There’s a gap right now for kids in remote and rural areas, and a gap for kids who excel and need more. Looking at BC’s economic plan StrongerBC, Science World is in such alignment. We can be that essential piece of science curriculum to build up that future workforce our province needs.” – Cybele Negris
“We asked ourselves, how do we make this world a better place? STEAM affects every person on this planet. We’ve seen firsthand the impact of Science World, and we want to get behind those efforts.” – Erica & Jesse Houston
“Science World does so much good in helping women in tech and young people in tech and getting them excited and inspired by science, it’s just such an easy thing to support.” – Sonia & Jeff Hobbs