Support Hands-On Learning with the WET Center!

$5,000
100%
Raised toward our $5,000 Goal
31 Donors
8
days left
Project ends on April 30, at 11:59 PM PDT
Project Owners
Rank State Gifts
1 CA 28
2 WA 1
2 TX 1

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

18 hours ago

Jennifer

Fawkes

$100

1 day ago

tory

dubeau

$100

1 day ago

Tenley

Dalstrom

Undisclosed Amount

2 days ago

Courtney

Meinhold

$50

2 days ago

Morgan

Halpenny

$250

Apr 15, 2021

Lonny

Grafman

Undisclosed Amount

Apr 15, 2021

Steven Huth

In Honor of Technoflo Systems/ Your Flow Meter Source

$250

Apr 15, 2021

Mary

Britt

Undisclosed Amount

Apr 14, 2021

Manu Pillai

In Honor of Claude, Helle and the CSU Crew who welcomed my startup to Fresno.

$250

Apr 13, 2021

Manu Pillai

In Memory of Ramakrishna Pillai

$250

Apr 13, 2021

Thomas

Hall

$20

Apr 13, 2021

Mai Ann Healy

In Honor of The WET Center who helped us launch our US operations!

$250

Apr 07, 2021

Claude

Laval III

$250

Apr 07, 2021

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Apr 06, 2021

William

Green

$50

Apr 05, 2021

Glen

Roberts

Undisclosed Amount

Apr 05, 2021

Kurt

Maloney

$50

Apr 05, 2021

Anonymous

$100

Apr 02, 2021

Alannah

Ford

$20

Apr 02, 2021

Stephen

Perigo

Undisclosed Amount

Apr 02, 2021

Greg

Newbloom

Undisclosed Amount

Apr 02, 2021

Jeff Macon

In Honor of Fresno State WET Center student workers

$50

Apr 01, 2021

Marcus Chee

In Honor of Ben Francis

$20

Apr 01, 2021

Jacob

Duncil

$20

Apr 01, 2021

Debbie

Ford

Undisclosed Amount

Mar 29, 2021

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Mar 29, 2021

Danielle

Holt

$20

Mar 29, 2021

Anonymous

$20

Mar 29, 2021

Anonymous

$50

Mar 29, 2021

Alexis

Ford

$20

Mar 29, 2021
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$20

Time is Money

The average time per week that students spend at work is about 20 hours. That’s a lot of time that students get to work with our ventures, dive into our programs, and perform other activities that help them sharpen their skills needed to enter the water, energy and technology industries without a hitch. $20 goes a long way!

$50

Sustainability = Success

The demand for sustainable agricultural technology is expected to rise 70% by 2050. The WET Center’s mission is to help meet that need, all the while allowing students to be part of the crucial business growth and development process that companies receive here at the center. Commercialization doesn’t happen overnight, and neither does personal and professional growth. A donation of $50 means that by 2050, we are helping meet the needs for a more sustainable future, and helping students be part of it, too!

$100

It’s Electrifying!

California has set a huge goal of using 100% clean electric power by 2045. (That’s only 24 years away!) While our ventures discover ways to meet that goal, students also have the opportunity to work side-by-side with them in solving the real-world problems facing energy usage in California. A donation of $100 would help ventures and students work together to meet that goal of 100% clean electricity power by 2045.

$250

Let’s Feed the World

More than 250 different crops are grown in the Central Valley with an estimated value of $17 billion per year. Using fewer than 1% of U.S. farmland, the Central Valley supplies 8% of U.S. agricultural output (by value) and produces ¼ (you read that right!) of the Nation's food, including 40% of the Nation's fruits, nuts, and other table foods. We feed the world! A $250 dollar donation would allow for students to engage in research and testing in making our crops more sustainable.

$500

Invest in California's Future

According to Bloomberg, global investment in clean energy hit just over $500 billion in 2020, with an increase of 9% compared to 2019. A donation of $500 is not only an investment in California's clean energy future but in those who are our future - STUDENTS!

$1,000

Top Dog

Fresno State’s thousand-acre farm serves as a place for students and our ventures to test their knowledge, technologies, and provide real-world solutions to many issues facing the agriculture industry. A $1000 donation would further allow students and ventures to work side by side in solving those issues right on Fresno State’s campus!