$5,000 - Lewis H. Latimer

  • Signage allocation at core festival events
  • Sponsorship mention on all news/ media releases
  • Logo and name recognition on festival brochures/ marketing materials
  • Website acknowledgement (name and logo)
  • Social media acknowledgement (name and logo)

$2,000 - Thomas Edison

  • Logo and name recognition on festival brochures/ marketing materials
  • Website acknowledgement (name and logo)
  • Social media acknowledgement (name and logo)

$1,500 - Albert Einstein

  • Logo and name recognition on festival brochures/ marketing materials
  • Website acknowledgement (name)
  • Social media acknowledgement (name)

$1,000 - Alexander Graham Bell

  •  Logo and name recognition on festival brochures/ marketing materials 
  • Website acknowledgement (name)

$500 - Nikola Tesla

  • Website acknowledgement (name)

2019 sponsors

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Eastern Salt Company

"Eastern Salt is a family owned and operated business that distributes quality road salt to communities along the U.S. east coast. We understand our customers' unique requirements and the importance of keeping communities on the move throughout the winter. We take pride in the longstanding reliance and trust of our customers."


Over the past years, they have been really supportive and helpful by providing the space we celebrate the Chelsea Science Festival in, PORT Park. Along with the park the workers are also a great help and help us set up tables which are also provided by the company. 

Thank you.


 $5,000 - Lewis H. Latimer

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Acorda Therapeutics

 Acorda Therapeutics was founded in 1995 with the mission to develop therapies to restore function and improve the lives of people with neurological disorders. Our headquarters are located in Ardsley, NY and our research and manufacturing facility is located in Chelsea, MA.  To function at a high level and deliver new therapies, we depend on smart and dedicated researchers. Acorda is proud to support a number of initiatives that cultivate future scientists and spur interest among young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)-related fields. In 2014, Acorda partnered with a local radio station to launch the Acorda Scientific Excellence Award, which recognizes scientific research conducted by area high school students. Award winners are selected weekly during the school year, and interviewed by award-winning radio host Lisa Wexler. Additionally Acorda is a sponsor of the Westchester Science and Engineering Fair which encourages students to participate in hands on science by providing a forum for showcasing the outstanding research of local high school students. 


$1,500 - Albert Einstein

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The City of Chelsea

 The City provides general governmental services for the territory within its boundaries, including police and fire protection, trash collection and disposal, public education (pre-kindergarten through grade twelve), water and sewer services, parks and recreation, health and social services, libraries/culture and maintenance of streets and highways. 


The City of Chelsea this year will be helping the Chelsea Science Festival provide the first 100 kids who show up to the event take a bag home with a t-shirt and science kit.


$1,500 - Albert Einstein

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Chelsea Cultural Council

 The Chelsea Cultural Council (CCC) is a volunteer board supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Council members encourage culture and diversity in the City of Chelsea by funding projects in the arts, humanities, and sciences including exhibits, lectures, concerts, festivals, performances, classes, and school field trips. The CCC places an emphasis on locally-based artists and programs that have the greatest impact on the Chelsea community. 


$1,000 - Alexander Graham Bell

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CHELSEA SCIENCE FESTIVAL

Chelsea, Massachusetts 02150, United States

Festival Coordinator

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 This event has applied for support from Chelsea Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.