Sponsors are individuals, institutions or businesses which make financial or material contributions to Time in Cosmology(TiC). TiC is funded solely by contributions and grants. TiC is recognized by the IRS as a non-profit tax exempt organization and all contributions are tax deductible.
Contributions and grants are made to support TiC related areas:
- TiC General Operations
- TiC Speaker Series
- TiC Educational Outreach – Taking Up Space
- TiC Endowment
Contributions can be made online using: PayPal, or can be made payable and mailed to Time in Cosmology, 902 N Columbus Blvd., Tucson, Arizona, 85711.
Sponsors will be acknowledged by name and category annually on the Time in Cosmology web site (unless anonymity is requested). Contributors will be recognized in six categories:
- Cosmic Sponsor – $10,000 and above
- Super Nova Sponsor – $5,000 to $9,999
- Quasar Sponsor – $1000.00 to $4999.00
- Galaxy Sponsor – $500.00 to $999.00
- Nebula Sponsor – $100.00 to $499.00
- Stellar Sponsor – Under $100
To view a list of sponsors, please visit our Sponsors page.
TiC actively seeks grants and sponsors to support and extend the scope of its activities. If you would like further information regarding TiC policies relating to sponsors or the use of funds please contact us by e-mail at email@example.com, or you may donate directly online via: PayPal
Granters are individuals, institutions, or businesses which make grants available to TiC in response to grant proposals generated by TiC.
Super Nova Sponsor – $5,000 to $9,999
Quasar Sponsor – $1000.00 to $4999.00
Astronaut Robert “Hoot” Gibson
Galaxy Sponsor – $500.00 to $999.00
Nebula Sponsor – $100.00 to $499.00
Stellar Sponsor – Under $100
Astronaut Nicole Passonno Stott
University of Arizona Philosophy Department
University of Arizona Math Department