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2018 Challenge Grant

Donate to the 2018 Travel Awards – all donations will be matched, up to US $1,500!  For more information and to donate, click here for the Challenge Grant!

Do you remember your very first PSG? Have you met scientists that have traveled from outside USA and Canada to present their research?  We all know it can be hard to find the financial support to present research when you are a student or traveling from overseas.

Thanks to a generous challenge grant from Mark Rauzon, Vice Chair for Conservation and PSG Lifetime Member, and a personal financial commitment made by each Pacific Seabird Group Executive Council member, we invite YOU to make a donation to the 2018 PSG Student and Foreign Scientist Travel Awards Account, to be matched dollar-for-dollar, up to US $1,500. If everyone donates just $10, this will more than double what is currently available from fundraising efforts to date!

Submit your donation

(1) Online, via Cvent registration to PSG 2018: click here!

(2) By check (include “Challenge Grant” in the subject line) to:
Adrian Gall, PSG Chair-Elect
1665 Howling Dog Trail
Fairbanks, AK 99709

At PSG, your small donation makes a BIG difference for students and foreign scientists who want to present at the 45th PSG Annual Meeting. Your financial contribution today ensures that PSG meetings remain a vital source for mentoring students, scientific discourse and collaboration, and sharing new ideas, techniques, and tools to inspire the next generation of seabird professionals.

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