Donations and Prize Drawing

We have a month to raise $6,500! That’s a lot of money and we thought we’d give you a little incentive. (Yes, more of an incentive than knowing you’re helping a young deserving human being!) If you donate between June 22, 2019 – August 1, 2019, you’ll be in the drawing to win one of these awesome items:

Donations Under $50

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Win one of two Pewter Shuttle pins with a genuine mini Sikhote-Alin meteorite

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ULA Remove before flight key chain plus a Pewter Shuttle pin with mini Sikhote-Alin meteorite

$50  and over

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Women of NASA

“Explore the professions of some of the groundbreaking women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) with the LEGO® Ideas Women of NASA set. It features minifigures of 4 pioneering women of NASA— astronomer and educator Nancy Grace Roman, computer scientist and entrepreneur Margaret Hamilton, astronaut, physicist and entrepreneur Sally Ride and astronaut, physician and engineer Mae Jemison—and 3 builds illustrating their areas of expertise. Role-play space exploration from planning to moon landing, beginning with the iconic scene from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1969 of Hamilton with software that she and her team programmed. Build the poseable Hubble Space Telescope and launch a LEGO version of the Space Shuttle Challenger with 3 removable rocket stages. The set also includes a booklet about the 4 featured women of NASA, and the fan creator and LEGO designers of this fun and educational set.”

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Xtronaut: The Game of Solar System Exploration

  • Have fun learning about rockets and space missions, real science
  • Good Housekeeping Award winner, from team that won Mensa select winner 2018
  • Designed by professor leading NASA OSIRIS-REx space mission to an asteroid
  • Great for 2-4 players, ages 7 +, includes workbook about space missions

$100 and over

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Astronaut Robert “Hoot” Gibson Grumman F-14A Signed Aircraft Print

 

Limited Edition Aircraft Profile 11”h x 17”w print exclusively for the National Aviation Hall of Fame in Dayton, Ohio. Autographed by Capt. Robert “Hoot” Gibson. The Print is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity and measures, 11”h x 17”w.

$500 or Over

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Signed by Apollo Astronaut Al Worden Fly Me to the Moon DVD, plus a signed copy of the first Native American in Space, John Herrington’s children’s book Mission to Space.

Click here to enter and donate →
https://www.paypal.com/us/fundraiser/charity/1530675


Or here https://www.gofundme.com/taking-up-space

Prizes shipped to continental US addresses only

Imagine the First Pasqua Yaqui Astronauts!

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The PY Clubhouse Goes to Space Camp

A unique program is taking up space at the Pascua Yaqui Clubhouse!  We are so pleased to announce our Space Camp Scholarship winners: Yanissa, Sole, Serena and Saydee!  These four girls have been working very hard at the Clubhouse and we are honored to have them attend Space Camp, May 28 – June 2, 2017.  Congratulations to the Taking Up Space Girls!

Taking Up Space (TUS) plans to send four Pascua Yaqui girls to United States Space Camp.  Space Camp Academy graduates such as Dorothy Metcalf-Lindenburger, Samantha Cristoforetti, Serena Aunon, Christina Hammock, and Dr. Kate Rubins have become astronauts in partly due to this life changing experience!

The Clubhouse and TUS have prepared the Pascua Yaqui youth by collaborating with four local groups: the Pima Air & Space Museum, Girls Can! Crate, the Physics Factory Bus, and the Southern Arizona Regional Science &…

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Visiting SARSEF

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The Fun Nail Experiment with Sole and Yaya
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Tree Ring Science with Saydee
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Sole, Saydee, Serena, and Yaya are learning about antibodies.

Sole and Sayde sending a message to their mom’s.

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Our first Science Fair Project (SARSEF)!

STEM in Action

The Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation (SARSEF) has been organizing and running the science fair since 1955, and this year we are submitting our first project!  The girls have been working very hard and have had a lot of fun along the way!

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