You Can Make a Difference
We believe access to STEM shouldn’t depend on where a student lives, their family income, or whether they have a computer at home. Donate to give students access to these vital learning experiences.
What Your Support Makes Possible
From PreK through high school, students will discover the wonders of STEM and have the foundation they need to pursue their dreams. Your support impacts young learners in a number of positive ways:
- STEM classroom kits for under-resourced schools
- Teacher training and support
- Mentorship from industry and near-peer classroom volunteers
- STEM scholarships and awards
- Development of new STEM programming
“I’m truly grateful for the opportunity to support the SAE Foundation both as a Trustee and as a donor. Every day, we’re reaching more young learners with AWIM’s award-winning STEM education program—students that otherwise might not get exposed to STEM.”
SAE Foundation Donor & Trustee
2023 SAE Foundation Collectible
Support SAE’s award-winning PreK-12 STEM education program with a holiday collectible celebrating Mobility History and SAE International®. All proceeds go to the SAE Foundation.
Start your legacy with the SAE Foundation by creating an estate plan today. We’ve partnered with FreeWill, a free online tool that guides you through creating your will or trust. It’s easy to use and can help you complete your plans in just 20 minutes. While creating your plan, you can include a planned gift to SAE International to support our mission for years to come.
Have you already included the SAE Foundation in your will or trust? Fill out this form so we can thank you for your lasting commitment and ensure our records are up-to-date!
Many of our donors are opting for smarter, non-cash giving options that not only support the SAE Foundation but may also offer various tax benefits. Click the link below to learn more about donating stock, giving from your IRA, and making a grant from a donor-advised fund.
Did you know you may have additional assets not covered in your will or trust? If you have an IRA, 401(k), life insurance policy, or any additional accounts, these are called “non-probate assets” and they need to be planned for separately.
Using the free online tool below, you can log all of your assets, receive printable instructions on how to set each one up with your broker, and even include the SAE Foundation as a beneficiary to further support our mission to champion STEM education.