As an independent, 501(c)3 educational nonprofit, Seacoast Science Center relies on generous donors to advance its mission to inspire conservation of our Blue Planet.
We are so grateful for your support!
Our goal is to advance coastal and ocean education that motivates all ages to preserve and protect our Blue Planet.

Your generosity allows us to create joyful and impactful experiences. Thank you!

By Mail

Seacoast Science Center
PO Box 570
Rye, NH 03870-0570

By Phone

Call Kathryn Jerome, Manager of Annual Giving, at 603-436-8043, ext. 22.

To learn more about the ways you can support our mission to inspire conservation, please contact Kathryn Jerome at or 603-436-8043, ext. 22.

My husband and I are thrilled to support Seacoast Science Center with a monthly donation. Whether it be for educating children or adults, or to enable them to continue to innovate ways to keep our community engaged, SSC is a gem in our community and deserves our support!
Laurie L.

Giving Societies

Giving Society Members are dedicated advocates of SSC who provide support that is vital to our mission. If you make a gift at the Giving Society level, you will automatically be enrolled as a Giving Society Member and receive exclusive benefits and educational opportunities.

Seacoast Science Center Funds

Annual Fund

Provides crucial financial support for Seacoast Science Center’s mission and general operations.

Camp Scholarship Fund

Provides financial aid for children of all ages who could not otherwise afford to attend Seacoast Science Center environmental day camps.

Coastal Education Fund

Provides financial aid for schools, groups, and individuals who could not otherwise afford to attend a non-camp Seacoast Science Center program.

Exhibit Fund

Provides financial support for Seacoast Science Center’s variety of exhibits, featuring live animals, interactive activities, and critical topics relating to our seacoast and ocean.

Marine Mammal Rescue Fund

Provides financial support for the protection of, response to, and rescue of marine mammals on the seacoast, as well as Seacoast Science Center Marine Mammal Rescue outreach and community engagement efforts.

Wendy Tefft Social Service Fund

Provides Seacoast Science Center memberships to qualifying social service agencies in NH, giving the agencies’ clients the ability to visit the Center free of charge.

Other Ways to Support Us

Planned Giving

Including Seacoast Science Center in your personal financial and estate plans helps ensure a stable and successful future for the Center. We accept a wide variety of these planned gifts and are happy to provide more information for you and your financial advisor.

Shop Amazon Smile

Choose Seacoast Science Center as your charity to support and Amazon will donate a portion of your purchases to us.

Delayed opening today.

Seacoast Science Center will open at 11am today due to inclement weather.