Help us raise $80,000 so that all students can connect to and share the Great Lakes in meaningful ways.
“Thank you for providing such a hands-on and fun learning environment for these kids. While we were kayaking following my daughter’s experience with you, she was telling the family all about water clarity, zebra mussels, invasive species, and plankton and their importance in the Great Lakes.”Parent of fourth-grader who participated in a Schoolship program
When Tom Kelly founded Inland Seas Education Association 34 years ago, this was the impact he intended: young people becoming stewards by connecting with the Great Lakes in meaningful ways and sharing their new perspectives with others. No one could have imagined in 1989 the depth and breadth of programs ISEA would conduct over the following decades. This is only possible through the alliance of volunteers, partners, and donors coming together to make a difference in protecting the Great Lakes.
Thanks to the steadfast support of our donors, students throughout the Great Lakes region are inspired to educate their friends and families about the importance of caring for the Great Lakes. Your year-end donation goes directly to support the growing demand for ISEA programs. Help us reach our goal of $80,000 by December 31.
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As of 12/21/23
Donations can also be made by mailing a check to Inland Seas Education Association, 100 Dame St #218, Suttons Bay, MI 49682.