Thank You to All Our 2019 Camp Invention Sponsors

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Thank You to All Our 2019 Camp Invention Sponsors

Each year, Camp Invention®, the flagship STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) program of the National Inventors Hall of Fame®(NIHF), inspires students to become the next generation of innovators. Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, 63,149 underserved children received scholarships or financial support.

Part of what makes Camp Invention so effective is that each summer’s brand new curriculum is inspired by stories and lessons from our revolutionary NIHF Inductees. Introducing students to these innovators allows them to identify a STEM role model, which can have a profound impact on their decision to pursue these subjects into the future. Research from Opportunity Insights supports this strategy and found that exposing a child to innovation at an early age increases the likelihood they will innovate in the future. To learn more about this research, we invite you to read our free white paper, “The Importance of Early Exposure to Innovation.”

Thank you to all our amazing sponsors!

We would like to sincerely thank each of our sponsors for providing us with essential materials and scholarship funds that allow underserved children to attend Camp Invention! Their invaluable support enriches the lives of children across the country, showing them firsthand the power of ideas and creativity.

  • Army Education Outreach Program
  • Nordson Corporation Foundation
  • AbbVie Foundation
  • Burton D. Morgan Foundation
  • United Way of Summit County
  • Duck Tape


  • Community Foundation of Lorain County
  • H.B. Fuller Company Foundation
  • APS Foundation, Inc.
  • The Boeing Company
  • Ford Motor Company Fund
  • ArcelorMittal
  • The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
  • Micron Foundation
  • OtterCares Foundation
  • The Anschutz Foundation
  • EQT Foundation


  • Google
  • The Reinberger Foundation
  • American Intellectual Property Law Association
  • American Electric Power Foundation
  • Ohio Lottery Commission
  • The Montgomery Foundation
  • The Huntington-Akron Foundation
  • Rhode Island Foundation
  • The Fossum Family Foundation
  • Betty V. and John M. Jacobson Foundation
  • Bloom Foundation, a Donor Advised Fund of The U.S. Charitable Gift Trust, in loving memory of Leonard I. Bloom, Esq.
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc.
  • Bayer USA Foundation
  • Martha Holden Jennings Foundation
  • Western Digital Foundation
  • Sorenson Legacy Foundation
  • Community Foundation for Northern Virginia
  • The George H. Deuble Foundation
  • George and Frances Ligler
  • Hardenbergh Foundation
  • Vanderheiden Foundation

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