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THANKS TO OUR supporters

The PS 199 Science Center would like to thank:

Our state and local public officials – Gale Brewer, Scott Stringer, Linda Rosenthal and Helen Rosenthal  - without whose maintained and substantial financial support we could not even dream of building the PS 199 Science Center.

Our Parent Teacher Association (PTA), which has been a committed and generous supporting entity of the Science Center effort.

The following sponsors for their significant contributions to our greenhouse project:

Germinator Sponsor:

The Goldman Sachs Gives Donor Advised Fund by Devesh & Radhika Shah

Seedling Sponsors:

 

Daniela and Ruby Bar-Illan

 

A huge thank you to all of our supporters from our completed Indiegogo crowd funding campaign to help make this happen!

 

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS

The PS 199 Science Center is proud to partner with the following organizations:

New York Sun Works is a 501(c)3 organization that builds innovative science labs in urban schools. The Greenhouse Project initiative uses hydroponic farming technology to educated students and teachers about the science of sustainability.

New York Sun Works created the renowned Science Barge; a prototype, sustainable urban farm and environmental education center on the Hudson River. The Greenhouse Project Initiative is based on The Science Barge model, and dedicated to bringing the concepts of urban sustainability and environmental science to NYC’s schools.

Kiss + Cathcart Architects is an active and versatile architectural practice that has completed a wide range of project types while maintaining high standards of design, economy, and ecological soundness. Their work addresses the specific aspects of every project and develops inventive and convincing responses to them. As an integral part of design research, Kiss + Cathcart explores the potential of sustainable materials and technologies to satisfy the perennial needs of function, value, and comfort. Kiss + Cathcart is recognized as a world leader in combining solar, or photovoltaic (PV), technology and architectural design.