Our Partners

Without our Donor/Partners, the Los Angeles County Science Fair could not possibly serve the thousands of public and private school students and teachers in the way they deserve.  Our Partners have helped so many budding scientists and engineers realize their dreams and carry those dreams into future careers that help build our technological society.  We thank you!!

The Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) is an in-kind partner and provides the Science Fair with administrative support and a home for our 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.


GOLD “NOVA” Contributors – $20,000+

Edison InternationalThe company’s educational support focuses on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), all of which help to build a foundation for student empowerment and innovation. They aim to power future generations to greatness through these four areas of academics, with the hope that we can inspire today’s students to achieve a brighter future!


SILVER “UNIVERSE” Contributors – $10,000 – $19,000

SpaceX_logo2Designs, manufactures and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft. It is revolutionizing space technology, with the ultimate goal of enabling people to live on other planets.


Crowsnest Capital-revisedSupporting the LA County Science Fair both financially and with volunteer service for over 5 years!



northrup grumman-smallSince the dawn of the space age, NG has put good ideas into orbit and beyond. Their space capabilities have transformed lofty concepts into high-flying realities for a wide variety of missions.

Yaroslavsky logoSupervisor, 3rd District: A leader on fiscal, health care, transportation, cultural and environmental matters.


BRONZE “GALAXY” Contributors – $5,000-$9,000

earthwatch logoPeter and Helen Bing with 22 years of support and generous contributions of almost $300,000 in Earthwatch Institute Teen Expedition Scholarships

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PECG represents 13,000 state-employed engineers and related professionals responsible for designing and inspecting California’s infrastructure, improving air and water quality, and developing clean energy and green technology.

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SoCalGas invests their energy, volunteer time and financial resources to improve the quality of life in communities where they do business.



CONTRIBUTORS – $1,000 – $4,000

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The Allergan Foundation



Aerospace logo_4C Aerospace Corporation


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Belkin International



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 Brentwood School




CA Commmunity FoundationCalifornia Community Foundation



Cedars-Sinai_Vert_RGBCedars Sinai




Grifols logo-whiteGrifols Biologicals, Inc. 


                      Intel International Science & Engineering Fair







Metropolitan Water District of So. California


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       Occidental Petroleum Corporation




Raytheon logoRaytheon



Steller Sollutions logoStellar Solutions



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    Supervisor Don Knabe, 4th District

    Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, 5th District



David Masao Zimmerman

Steven M. Zimmerman & Sharon Isonaka, MD


PayPal Donors:paypal logo

This year, we have received over $5,200 in online donations from parents, students and small businesses throughout the nation and abroad.  We appreciate any donations, large or small – it makes such a difference in the support we can provide the students!