High School Science Grants

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The High School Science Grant is awarded on when funds allow, and is intended to facilitate, in whole or in part, programs, activities, supplies, equipment, books and other essentials that enhance science-related education at high schools in the New Hanover, Pender, and Brunswick County School systems of North Carolina. This grant is funded with proceeds from fundraising efforts HFCF.

More thoughts on science: Edward Taylor, M.D.

Wilmington’s March for Science was short on only one thing: time.

With 750 sign-carrying marchers, a packed auditorium, and an overly-ambitious roster of speakers, organizers opted to cut the pre-March program short. That left half a dozen speakers on the rally equivalent of the cutting room floor.

Phillip Drum Addresses Crowd of 750 at Wilmington’s March for Science

Phillip Drum was at the top of the speaker roster at the Rally preceding the March for Science – Wilmington. Phillip is a board member of the Humanists and Freethinkers of Cape Fear, and board treasurer. HFCF was the nonprofit sponsor of the March for Science, providing fiscal management, organizational support, administrative volunteers, and a large contingent of marchers.