Become a Friend of The Collider
Whether from intensifying storms, increasing temperatures, or rising sea levels, climate change is already upon us and impacting communities and economies across the globe.
At The Collider we focus on one question: how can we foster breakthrough solutions that enable humanity to adapt and thrive as climate change intensifies.
Our answer: an entrepreneurship and innovation center for market-based, data-driven climate solutions.
We convene, train, and support the entrepreneurs, businesses, and scientists who are building new tools and technologies and uncovering fresh insights that help the global community more precisely understand its climate change risks and vulnerabilities and what to do about them.
We invite you to become a Friend of The Collider and join us on this mission. As a supporter of a 501(c)(3) nonprofit you will play a vital role in enhancing our capabilities to tackle one of the most pressing challenges our time. You will also receive unique access, discounts, and updates to participate in our programming.
Friends of The Collider Benefits
Currently Friends of The Collider program benefits include:
- Access to a monthly PercCollider – mingle with our entrepreneurs, innovators, and climate scientists over craft beers the final Friday of each month.
- Event discounts and advanced notice – receive first notifications of upcoming events and discount pricing for annual conferences, monthly events, and biweekly Lunch & Learns.
- VIP event status – get unique access to Collider guests at special event receptions. Past guests include Neil deGrasse Tyson and Rolling Stone author Jeff Goodell.
- Exclusive volunteer opportunities – Friends of The Collider get first access to volunteer opportunities for special events like the Business of Climate Forum.
The Collider is qualified as a charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to this organization are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Financial information about this organization and a copy of its license are available from the State Solicitation Licensing Section at (919) 807-2214. The license is not an endorsement from the State.