ARIES is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit according to the Internal Revenue Service and donations are tax deductible.
If you need further information about donations to ARIES, please email us at email@example.com.
Please include "Donation Question" in the subject line.
Your donations will be used to support activities relating to our mission, such as sending students and mentors
to field sites for research, to natural disaster areas to assist in response efforts, and to professional meetings
to report the results of our research. NINETY PERCENT OF YOUR DONATION WILL BE USED TO FUND OUR MISSION-RELATED ACTIVITIES;
only 10% will be used to cover related administrative costs such as postage, telephone charges, bank charges, etc.
All donations to ARIES should be made through PayPal by clicking the button below.
Please use the Give Back America partnership for your purchases on behalf of ARIES research, education,
and outreach efforts with student participants. Please assist ARIES with funds for projects of the student
participants. The funds will be used for project stipends, expenses for conferences or field studies, poster
competitions and presentations, and their outreaches with and for community stakeholders. Please access the instructions
for contributions here.
Examples of ARIES projects aligned with the Mission of Research, Education, and Community Engagement or Outreach.
You can check our nonprofit status on the Internal Revenue Service website.
You will need our EIN, which is 800247689. Click on the following link to go to the IRS website,
. Once you are there, click on the circle labeled "Are eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions,"
then enter our EIN, and then click on the "search" button. Please see our Non-Profit Approval Letter
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