California Science Center
into the Future
EndeavourLA is a $200 million fundraising campaign to support the California Science Center Foundation’s plans to bring Endeavour to the Science Center, build the new Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center, a major expansion long envisioned in Phase III of our 25-year Master Plan, and sustain ongoing educational programs and operations. Endeavour is now on display in the Samuel Oschin Pavilion, until the Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center is complete.
There are several ways you can contribute to this historic effort that will strengthen the California Science Center’s ability to stimulate curiosity and inspire science learning in everyone:
Learn about how you can be part of Team Endeavour and sponsor one of the orbiter’s thermal tiles. You will be recognized for your gift in a future exhibit in the new Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center. Sponsorship opportunities start at $1,000 and can be paid in monthly installments. Learn more.
Gifts at any level are greatly appreciated and will help us achieve our goal. Donate online today or send your donation to EndeavourLA, California Science Center Foundation, 700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90037.
Additional sponsorship and recognition opportunities are available. Larger gift commitments can be fulfilled in three to five years. To learn more, please email us or call (213) 744-2288.
Endeavour and the Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center
Endeavour's ultimate mission is to inspire current and future generations of explorers and scientists as the centerpiece the Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center, projected to open in 2017. This new educational facility is named in recognition of a transformational gift from the Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oschin Family Foundation. With Endeavour as its centerpiece, the Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center will encourage guests to investigate scientific and engineering principles related to atmospheric flight and the exploration of our universe. Integrating immersive experiences, hands-on exhibits to encourage active learning and a unique collection of aircraft and spacecraft, this new facility will be a launch pad for creativity and innovation.
After 25 missions, nearly 123 million miles traveled in space, and a historic 12-mile journey through the streets of Inglewood and Los Angeles, Endeavour is now on public display in the Samuel Oschin Pavilion. We need your support to complete the next stage of this extraordinary project and build Endeavour's permanent home. Please consider making a gift to EndeavourLA today!