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The program guarantees that all talented students, regardless of economic background, are able to study science at the highest level.

The program is possible thanks to the generosity of:

• Alan Silberstein
• Andrew Rubenstein
• Barry and Marlene Berelowitz
• Bresky Foundation
• Brian Malk
• Chais Family Foundation
• Crown Family Philanthropies
• Daniel Lubetzky
• David and Reina Shteremberg
• Deborah Taubman
• Elliot and Diane Feuerstein
• Fortunee Massuda
• Harvey Krueger
• Irving and Francine Suknow
Foundation
• Jacqueline Simkin
• Jaime Brener
• Janet and Jake Farber
• Jeffrey Braverman
• Jeffrey Ressler
• Leah Susskind
• Lester Crown
• Lynne Zimet
• MarcGoldman
• Marina Bozilenko
• Mark Gelfand
• Melvin and Rachel Epstein
• Miriam and Jerome Katzin
• Morris Offit
• Robert Shillman
• Sherrie Garfield
• The Mayer and Morris Kaplan Family Foundation
• Walter Lieber

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