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Support Your Smithsonian!

Dear Friend,

When you support the Smithsonian, where does your gift go?

Everywhere. In 2020, your support traveled:

Young planetforming dust rings surrounding the IRS 63 protostar
To the far reaches of space
Discovering that stars and planets may be siblings, and unlocking other mysteries of the universe
Xiao Qi Ji
Into the wild
Using cutting-edge conservation science to save threatened species and give them another chance at survival
Bumble bee bat in Myanmar
Under the microscope
Identifying viruses that can cause pandemics before they spill over into the human population
Distance Learning
Inside digital classrooms
Developing free distance learning resources to support teachers and students – and lifelong learners – during remote education.
National Native American Veterans Memorial
To the National Mall
Completing a memorial to honor the service and sacrifice of Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian veterans.


Where will the Smithsonian go in 2021? That's up to you.

Make your tax-deductible year-end gift now and know that wherever the Smithsonian goes in 2021, it's because of you.

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Photos top to bottom: Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian // ALMA image shows the young planet-forming dust rings surrounding the IRS 63 protostar, which is younger than 500,000 years old. MPE/D. Segura-Cox Data credit: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO). Roshan Patel / Smithsonian's National Zoo. Scientists from the Smithsonian's Global Health Program taking samples from a bumble bee bat in Myanmar. Roshan Patel, Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute. Darren P Milligan / Smithsonian. Alan Karchmer for the National Museum of the American Indian.

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