Programs

Mars Prize Fund

The Mars Prize Fund is a crowdfunded prize awarded to the first organization to land humans on Mars. The goal of this prize is to accelerate the timeline of the mission like the aviation prizes of the early 1900’s encouraged pilots to push the bounds of what was possible.

Micro G Program

This is a crowdfunded grant program for teachers across the planet. We will award up to $200 for materials to help an educator teach their students about anything related to outer space. Focused on K-12.

BoxTops for Educating About Outer Space

We are using our network of space advocates to collect Box Tops for Education for public schools. We rotate to a new school about annually. The school can use them for anything related to space (usually books for the library).

Mars Prize Fund

The Mars Prize Fund is a crowdfunded prize awarded to the first organization to land humans on Mars. The goal of this prize is to accelerate the timeline of the mission like the aviation prizes of the early 1900’s encouraged pilots to push the bounds of what was possible.

Micro G Program

This is a crowdfunded grant program for teachers across the planet. We will award up to $200 for materials to help an educator teach their students about anything related to outer space. Focused on K-12.

BoxTops for Educating About Outer Space

We are using our network of space advocates to collect Box Tops for Education for public schools. We rotate to a new school about annually. The school can use them for anything related to space (usually books for the library).

Mars Initiative is a non-profit organization, 501(c)3. We are comprised entirely of volunteers from around the world who donate their time and expertise. 100% of the money we receive will be awarded to the first entity that lands humans on Mars.

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Mars Initiative is a non-profit organization, 501(c)3. We are comprised entirely of volunteers from around the world who donate their time and expertise. 100% of the money we receive will be awarded to the first entity that lands humans on Mars.

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