Our Partners

The NJ March for Science is proud to stand together with its sponsors as it celebrates and defends the scientific and education communities. Click on each of our sponsor's name to find out more.

For more information about sponsorship of the NJ March for Science, please fill out our form, or email us at marchforscienceNJ@gmail.com.


Gold Sponsors

The American Federation of Teachers New Jersey, AFL-CIO

The American Federation of Teachers New Jersey (AFTNJ) is a federation of unions representing 30,000 education workers in pre-kindergarten to 12 school districts, private, religious and charter schools. AFT locals represent faculty and staff at all public four-year colleges and universities and half of the state’s community colleges. Learn more at www.aftnj.org .






Communications Workers of America, Local 1036

Communications Workers of America Local 1036 is a union representing over 7,000 working families around the state, including career scientists, technical staff, and other employees at the NJ State Department of Environmental Protection, Department of Health, and Department of Agriculture. CWA Local 1036 also represents a diverse range of other professions, including workers in the NJ courts, counties, municipalities, and private sector health care.

Members of CWA 1036 strongly advocate for good, efficient public services and smart government that make a difference in our daily lives. CWA 1036 members have dedicated their professional careers to protect our drinking water, clean air, land use development, streams and waterways, and our state’s natural resources like beaches and parks. They oversee large chemical producers and nuclear power plants. They study and address cancer clusters, screen newborns for chronic diseases, act as the State’s lab for environmental and health testing, and administer public health programs. CWA 1036 members also run our school child nutrition programs, work with farmers to ensure safe, healthy produce and dairy, and run the NJ Jersey Fresh program. For more information, visit http://www.cwa1036.org.

The Rutgers AAUP-AFT Union

The Rutgers AAUP-AFT union represents more than 7,000 instructors, researchers, librarians, graduate workers and Educational Opportunity Fund counselors at the Newark, New Brunswick, and Camden campuses of Rutgers University. They uphold, promote and defend values essential to the protection of quality public higher education. Those values include academic freedom, tenure, shared governance, due process, access to education, research funding and diversity. At the same time, the organization aims to enhance the quality of work life by negotiating terms and conditions of employment for those employees they represent. Visit Rutgers AAUP-AFT at http://www.rutgersaaup.org/.

Women For Progress

Women For Progress is a network of women from around the globe based in Northern New Jersey. Our mission is to bring awareness to issues including women’s health, gun violence prevention, environmental protection, human rights and equality through community, activism and education.

Find out more at our website, on Facebook, on Twitter @WFPORG, or Instagram.











Silver Sponsors

The Center for Biological Diversity

At the Center for Biological Diversity, we believe that the welfare of human beings is deeply linked to nature — to the existence in our world of a vast diversity of wild animals and plants. Because diversity has intrinsic value, and because its loss impoverishes society, we work to secure a future for all species, great and small, hovering on the brink of extinction. We do so through science, law and creative media, with a focus on protecting the lands, waters and climate that species need to survive.




Sierra Club, New Jersey Chapter

New Jersey Chapter Sierra Club - The Sierra Club is a national, member-supported environmental organization, which seeks to influence public policy in both Washington and the state capitals through public education and grassroots political action. Their members and professional staff engage in (1) Lobbying - for and against legislation at federal, state and local levels; (2) Outings for the appreciation of wilderness - locally, nationally and internationally, on foot, by canoe, on skis, by bicycle, etc., (3) Campaign support for legislative candidates pledged to defend our interests, (4) Social interaction at monthly, local Group meetings, and (5) Lawsuits, where necessary. With about 20,000 members, the New Jersey Chapter is the 10th largest of the 65 chapters in the USA, Canada and Mexico. They have full-time professional staff in their Trenton office, and many Local Groups, which hold monthly meetings in various locations throughout the State.

For more information, please visit them at http://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey.

We Design For Good

We Design For Good has been developed to fill a very specific gap… providing design services specifically to progressive grassroots organizations and progressive candidates working towards social change. Our model is based on doing good with the help from visual communicators on a volunteer basis. Our network of designers may work 9-5 at a regular gig, but want to do more to help make the world a better place. It is all about passion for our work and our world. wedesignforgood.net

WeDesignForGood@gmail.com

Bronze Sponsors

The Arena

We need new civic leadership. But new leaders don’t run for office because the barriers to entry are too high. The people we need now - people of color, women, people with bold ideas - are excluded.

That’s why The Arena activates the next generation of civic leaders who believe in an equitable and inclusive democracy. We build an inclusive and supportive community with a cascading set of supports.

Find out more about the Arena at our website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, or check out our podcast.

Environment New Jersey

Environment New Jersey is a citizen-based environmental advocacy project of Environment America. They believe there’s something special about New Jersey — something worth protecting and preserving for future generations. Whether it's relaxing at Cape May, birdwatching at the Great Swamp, or hiking through our northern Highlands, New Jersey's natural wonders enrich our lives in countless ways. Yet the places we love and the environmental values so many of us share are too often threatened by powerful industries, shortsighted politicians and more. Defending our environment requires independent research, tough-minded advocacy and spirited grassroots action. Funded by supporters, Environment NJ researches the challenges confronting our environment and educates the public about what’s at stake. Through research reports, news conferences, interviews with reporters, op-ed pieces, letters to the editor and more, they raise awareness of environmental issues and promote sensible solutions. When decisions are being made about our environment, our elected officials hear plenty from the oil companies, developers and other powerful interests. Environment NJ makes the case for our environment and help people make your voice heard, through petitions, emails, letters, phone calls and more, all delivered to the right people just when it matters most. Learn more about Environment NJ at http://www.environmentnewjersey.org/.

Food and Water Watch

Food & Water Watch champions healthy food and clean water for all. We stand up to corporations that put profits before people, and advocate for a democracy that improves people's lives and protects our environment. One of the first national environmental groups to call for a permanent ban on fracking, we organize communities and educate policymakers regarding fighting fossil fuel infrastructure proposals, the monopolization & privatization of food and water, and championing a New Jersey & country Off Fossil Fuels & onto 100% renewable energy. Our office is located in New Brunswick, NJ.

Find out more at www.foodandwaterwatch.org

National Association of Hispanic Nurses

The National Association of Hispanic Nurses provides the voice for nearly 2000 member nurses across the United States. NAHN is devoted to promoting safe, quality health care delivery to Hispanic communities and individuals.

Founded in 1976, NAHN is an active and vocal advocate for licensed Hispanic nurses, advocating for policy changes and offering unique perspectives related to Hispanic health care needs. NAHN works to identify barriers to implementing and delivering health services to Hispanic consumers and recommends appropriate solutions to local, state and federal agencies.

NAHN is also committed to representing in voice and action the number of licensed Hispanic nurses in the United States and promotes the recruitment and retention of Hispanic students in nursing education programs to increase the number of bilingual and bicultural nurses to provide culturally sensitive nursing care to Hispanic consumers and communities.

A vital role of NAHN is to serve as a resource center for our members, providing industry model practices and a means for collaboration individually and through our 49 chapters to advance the educational, professional and leadership skills of Hispanic nurses and increase the number of Hispanic researchers, administrators and educators.

NJ 11th for Change

NJ 11th For Change is a grassroots, unaffiliated coalition dedicated to advocating for all people of the 11th Congressional District. We promote political transparency by monitoring the positions and voting record of our congressional representative, by fostering productive citizen-to-congress communication, and by demanding public accountability. The philosophy of NJ 11th For Change is rooted in the belief that decency and fairness is the public's right, and we are committed to advancing common-sense policies that are in the best interests of all.

Visit them at www.nj11thforchange.org, on twitter @nj11forchange, at their Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/nj11thforchangemembers/ or facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/NJ11thForChange/



New Jersey Humanist Network

New Jersey Humanist Network (NJHN) is a community of secular humanists based in Central Jersey. The nontheistic philosophy or lifestance of secular humanism embraces human reason, ethics, social justice, and philosophical naturalism, affirming that humans that the right and responsibility to give meaning and shape to our own lives. We are committed to the application of reason and science to the understanding of the universe and to the solving of problems through our common experience, compassion, and civic engagement. We support progressive ideals and encourage life-long learning and respect for the natural world and our human diversity. We host monthly programs that support our educational, political and social goals.

For more information, you can find New Jersey Humanist Network at http://www.njhn.org, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/NewJerseyHumanistNetwork/, and on Twitter @NJHN_org.

New Jersey State Nurses Association

The New Jersey State Nurses Association (NJSNA) represents the interests of 125,000 registered nurses and advanced practice nurses as an advocate for the nursing profession. NJSNA’s lobbying arm continues to protect the nursing profession through legislative victories. Its nonprofit foundation, Institute for Nursing, helps nurses further their careers by providing continuing education, scholarships and research grants in addition to invaluable networking opportunities. NJSNA, which was established in 1901, is a constituent member of the American Nurses Association. For more information, nurses can visit www.njsna.org or contact NJSNA at njsna@njsna.org or (609) 883-5335.

Find the NJSNA on Facebook & Twitter.

Princeton Citizen Scientists

The Princeton Citizen Scientists are a group of graduate students and postdocs who have organized to understand what we, as scientists and scholars, can do to tackle the societal issues we face today and promote democratic participation and evidence-based policy-making. As Citizen Scientists, we are a community dedicated to the values of equity, human rights, international cooperation, and access to knowledge. We believe in vibrant democratic institutions and the public’s right to be informed in making collective choices for its future. We embrace people of all ethnicities, religions, nationalities, genders, and identities, and are committed to defend the free and vigorous exchange of ideas. Find out more at https://citizenscientists.princeton.edu/

Princeton Marching Forward

Princeton Marching Forward is an inclusive forum for community members concerned about our nation's direction. We provide opportunity for action and education on issues of local and national importance.







Rutgers University School of Nursing

Rutgers University School of Nursing offers a full range of academic programs for more than 1700 students at campus locations in Newark, New Brunswick, and Blackwood, NJ. For more information visit nursing.rutgers.edu


Additional Thanks

Thanks to Princeton Face and Body Art and Goodbye Blue.

We also extend a special thank you to the members of Action Together New Jersey and the New Jersey Coalition for Climate Justice for their help in making the march possible.


Interested in Becoming a Sponsor?

Sponsors Will:

  • Choose a sponsorship level: $1,000 (Gold), $500 (Silver), $200 (Bronze).
  • Agree to be listed as an event sponsor on our website and share your logo for that purpose.
  • Publicize the event within your networks and communities.
  • Set a recruitment goal and deliver that many people to the event.
  • Agree to help raise additional funds, as needed, by asking your network to donate, buy official merchandise, or contribute in another way.
  • All funds will be used for the New Jersey March for Science event. In the event that funds beyond that required for the 2018 March are raised, they will be directed towards future New Jersey March for Science activities.

To become a sponsor, contact marchforsciencenj@gmail.com for more information, or fill out the form below.

In order to confirm our official list of sponsors for banner printing, we ask that sponsors commit by Friday, March 30, 2018.

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