2021 Giving Tuesday Campaign

With climate concerns on the rise, the work of the International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories (I2SL) has never been more critical. I2SL and the free resources it provides are made possible through the generous support of our members and conference attendees, exhibitors, and sponsors. To improve our ability to connect and educate the global laboratory community about ways to reduce labs' carbon footprint, I2SL also relies on generous donors. Tax-deductible donation willsupported I2SL's general work to advance lab sustainability.

Thermometer to $50,000Donations supported I2SL working groups, educational activities, or general operations. Donors could also designate funds to go towards the Phil Wirdzek Scholarship Fund, which helps cover the cost of registration to I2SL's Annual Conference for lab supporters and students who will shape the future of sustainable lab design and operation. I2SL set a goal on Giving Tuesday to raise $50,000 to continue our important work, and with the offer of an anonymous donor to match every dollar donated up to $25,000.

I2SL would like thank our generous donors whose contributions will helps I2SL further its mission of advancing the safety and sustainability of laboratories and other high-tech facilities around the world.

  • Kevin Brettmann
  • Sarah Callahan
  • Brad Cochran
  • Dan Doyle
  • Alison Farmer
  • Lawrence Good*
  • Chad House
  • Christopher Incarvito
  • Punit Jain*
  • Steven Miller
  • Kathryn Ramirez-Aguilar
  • Markus Schaufele
  • Gordon Sharp
  • Dennis Shea*
  • James Shults
  • Thomas Smith
  • Kelly Weisinger
  • Jacob Werner
  • Kath Williams*

*Donated to the Phil Wirdzek Scholarship Fund.

Additional anonymous donors contributed to I2SL this year as well, and donations will continue to be accepted here.

I2SL is registered as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and donations are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law. Please email I2SL if you have any questions.