Give the World
What do you want to give the world?

This year — more than any other time in our lifetimes — science has been at the forefront of everyday conversations around the world. So we ask, what will you give the world?

Your world includes your family and friends, to everyone they meet – from grocery store clerks to people in their workplaces and schools, to people they encounter when they travel abroad. From every individual in our neighbourhoods to every individual on Earth today – science has a huge impact on each life.  

Every day, scientists at the Weizmann Institute of Science are changing your world for the better.  

What discoveries do you want to see in the world? Whether you are interested in climate change, personalized medicine, or space, you have an opportunity right now to invest in tomorrow’s discoveries. 

Thanks to the visionary investments of donors like you since 1964, our scientists have seen their research used to develop new drugs, technology and algorithms that have changed your world forever.  

As we kick off our 2020 annual giving campaign, we are excited to share more of these amazing stories with you!

Discoveries to get ahead of future viruses
Ways to heal by listening to soil
Breakthroughs to detect cancer earlier
Technology to diagnose brain health remotely
A process to understand history through ice in our world and beyond!

Between now and the end of the year, we are asking you to support science that will create a better world for you. Whether it’s a one-time, monthly, annual or legacy gift, however you choose to give to the world, your gift will make a profound difference.  

Science is the gift that keeps on giving.  

What will you give the world? Join us by investing in science today for tomorrow’s discoveries. Donate now.


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