The Mathematics Education Trust:
Supporting Teachers...Reaching Students...Building Futures
|Make a tax-deductible gift to MET—
Please print the MET Contribution Form (PDF) and mail it to the address below. Checks should be made payable to “NCTM-MET Fund.” Designations to specific funds or program areas should be indicated on the memo line of the check or on the accompanying form.
Contributions in any amount are welcome (see Disclosure Statement). You may contribute to existing named funds (see below) or make a donation to help support all MET programs. Donors contributing at the levels listed below during the fiscal year (from June 1 to May 31) may be acknowledged in the MET Annual Report and a fall issue of NCTM’s Summing Up.
- Grand Benefactor ($1000 or more)
- Benefactor ($500 to 999)
- Patron ($250 to 499)
- Sponsor ($100 to $249)
- Friend ($50 to 99)
MET will consider new award programs named in honor of individuals and offered for periods of 5, 10, 15 or 20 years.
In addition, there are other ways to give to MET:
MET Case Statement: The Importance of Giving
You can help us make the vision of a high-quality mathematics education for every student a reality by giving to the Mathematics Education Trust (MET). Why is it important to give? Read the MET Case Statement.
||Thank You for Making the Jazz Up Celebration a Success!
On Friday, April 11, 2014, NCTM's Mathematics Education Trust (MET) hosted a celebration, sponsored by Forrest T. Jones & Company, to honor our Lifetime Achievement and other MET awardees. NCTM thanks attendees, volunteers, Silent Auction item donors, and the event sponsor, Forrest T. Jones & Company, for their generous support of the celebration. View photos!
For information about making a contribution to MET, contact:
1906 Association Drive
Reston, VA 20191-1502
(703) 620-9840 ext. 2112
Thank you for your contribution to support teachers, reach students, and build futures! Without contributions, we would not be able to award funds.
Edward G. Begle, Father Stanley J. Bezuszka , Edward J. Brennan, Iris M. Carl, Kenneth B. Cummins, Franklin D. Demana and Bert K. Waits, Mary P. Dolciani, Ernest R. Duncan, Irene Etkowicz Eizen, E. Glenadine Gibb , Julius H. Hlavaty, Ellen L. Hocking and Veryl Schult, Lola J. May and Shirley M. Frye , Esther L. Mendlesohn, Clarence E. Olander, Theoni Pappas, Isabelle P. Rucker, Raymond H. Schulz, Jr., Dale Seymour, Edwin I. Stein, John Van de Walle , John and Stacey Wahl.