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Give the Gift of Science

At Nanogirl Labs, we believe that everyone, everywhere should have the opportunity to engage with science, regardless of personal or financial circumstances.

As a socially-conscious business, everything we do is in support of our mission to make science accessible to all and we design all of our products to minimise barriers for communities and groups who too often miss out.

We run a Buy One Give One programme, gifting our science education products to families who wouldn’t otherwise be able to access them, through our charity partners such as IHC, KidsCan, Eat My Lunch, Pillars (children of parents in prison), Big Brothers Big Sisters and Manaiakalani.

We deliver fully-funded school visits to low decile schools around New Zealand, inspiring students and teachers with our signature explosive live science performances delivered by our diverse science role models.

With your help, we can grow our impact and enable even more young people to see that science is everywhere, and to develop their curiosity and a passion for STEM.

If you would like to help us with our mission please consider contributing so we can help more young people have access to STEM education.


What your donation will provide:

  • $25
    Will give a child a Nanogirl science starter pack, sparking their curiosity and STEM learning journey by experimenting at home.

  • $50
    Will give two families full access to Nanogirl’s Lab, our play-based learning programme of 50+ STEM activities, or enable us to produce and deliver printed STEM activity worksheets for families without internet access.

  • $100
    Will give a child a year’s worth of Nanogirl science education products, from access Nanogirl’s Lab to the best-selling Kitchen Science Cookbook.

  • $250
    Will give a young person a Nanogirl science party, presented by a real scientist and filled with hands-on science learning.