You can help inspire the next generation of environmental stewards today!

The Children's Education Fund is ACES' most important fundraising drive of the year, supporting all of our ACES Ed programs.
ACES must raise $400,000 to teach science classes to over 4,700 students, provide 400 field programs for 48 regional schools, and deliver over 120 after school programs each school year. Become a part of ACES Ed and make a tax-deductible donation to our Children's Education Fund today! 



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