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The Environmental Engineering and Science Foundation (a 501(c)(3) organization) is listed in IRS Publication 78, Cumulative List of Organizations described in Section 170(c) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. As such it is eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions.

The Environmental Engineering and Science Foundation supports several targeted funds and one general fund that supports a variety of Foundation activities and initiatives. Please specify the fund you are donating to in the drop down menu and then click Donate. Descriptions of the various funds and their charitable objectives are below. If left blank, your donation will go towards the EESF General Fund.

When you click on donate, you will be taken to a secure PayPal portal to finalize your donation. A PayPal account is not required to donate to the Environmental Engineering and Science Foundation.

Please select the fund to which you wish to contribute from the drop down menu. An explanation of each fund is detailed below.



EESF Donation Fund Description

The Environmental Engineering and Science Foundation General Fund

The general fund for the Environmental Engineering and Science Foundation.

The Fred Pohland Memorial Fund

This fund supports the Frederick George Pohland Medal which is awarded annually to an individual who has made sustained and outstanding efforts to bridging environmental engineering research, education, and practice.

The W. Brewster Snow Award Fund

This fund supports the W. Brewster Snow Award, which is awarded annually to an outstanding engineering student pursuing or recently completing a Masters degree in Environmental Engineering or closely-related degree program.

The W. Wesley Eckenfelder Fund

This memorial fund was established in the name of W. Wesley Eckenfelder Outstanding Graduate Research Award, the W. Wesley Eckenfelder Industrial Waste Management Medal, the W. Wesley Eckenfelder Distinguished Leadership Award, and the W. Wesley Eckenfelder University Lectures.

The Students & Young Professionals Fund

This fund supports student activities in environmental engineering and environmental science at colleges and universities. The S&YP Fund is used to facilitate events on or off-campus that will assist students in their academic advancement, enhance their understanding of the profession, and support their career aspirations.

The K-12 Student Competition Fund

This fund is used to support ongoing K-12 student competitions.


You may also mail your donation to:

  • Environmental Engineering and Science Foundation
    c/o American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists®
    147 Old Solomons Island Road, Suite 303
    Annapolis, MD 21401

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