Donate to Newton's Road

Hello Friend! 

We are so happy you are interested in donating to Newton’s Road.  Your contributions help our youth thrive by increasing awareness, AHA! moments, and pathways to success through STEM learning and career exploration. Because of people like you and our generous granting organizations we have brought STEM Kits into 20 new regional libraries, provided career exploration opportunities to area youth, and continued to grow STEM awareness and engagement.

We have a variety of ways in which you can help Newton’s Road continue to serve the area listed below. Don’t forget that Newton’s Road is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and all donations are tax-deductible. 

Thank you for your contribution!

Ways to Give to Newton’s Road

Give a one-time or recurring donation

Recurring donations help us with stability and long-term planning for Newton's Road. You can become a consistent donor by giving through our online donation portal as a one-time or reoccurring donation.

Give through PayPal

Give immediately online with your bank account, debit, or credit card through PayPal.  

Mail Your Donation

Make your check payable to "Newton’s Road Northwest" and mail it to 10850 E. Traverse Hwy, Ste. 4400, Traverse City, MI 49684.

Support Newton’s Road on AmazonSmile

AmazonSmile is a simple way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you buy from Amazon, at no extra cost to you.  Make Newton's Road your charity of choice! 

Become a Sponsor

Corporate sponsorships and foundation grants are critical to Newton's Road achieving our strategic mission. Learn more about becoming a sponsor.

We Appreciate Our Current Supporters

The work we do at Newton's Road wouldn't be possible without these generous donors, sponsors, and community supporters.

Corporate Sponsors

  • Thompson Surgical Instruments
  • efulfillment service
  • Grand Traverse Area Manufacturing Council
  • RJG Inc.

Grants

  • Impact 100 
  • Rotary Charities
  • Community Foundation 
  • Les and Ann Biederman Foundation