NSS Recurring Donation Program

For just a few minutes of your time, you can become a Recurring Donor of the Society and make a consistent and lasting push forward towards a space-faring civilization.  Recurring donations are an easy way to divide a large annual donation into 12 smaller, more affordable, ones. Choose any donation level you are comfortable with.  Your contributions will go far towards helping us achieve our Vision of People living and working in thriving communities beyond the Earth.

NSS represents your views to the leadership in Washington, D.C. and around the world.  As the most respected citizen’s advocacy organization on space, NSS has the ear of officials in the White House, NASA, and Congress; as well as in the space industry.  Current space initiatives at NASA and in the space tourism field reflect our input — and impact.

Our strength comes from the participation of donors like you.  As a part of NSS, your opinion on critical issues impacting space exploration and development will be conveyed to the appropriate decision-makers.
Your consistent donations to NSS will help to fund these efforts.
NSS makes its voice heard through legislative campaigns, conferences, local events, cooperation with other organizations, and public outreach.

NSS activities are funded mostly by member renewals and donations.

We need your help to press forward in our fight for space exploration!

Just fill out the online form or the downloadable paper form, and tell us how much you would like to give each month.  You can fax or mail the paper form to NSS Headquarters at the phone number or mailing address below.

We will take care of the rest for you and notify you when each charge will occur.  You will also receive a mailed acknowledgement for each donation for any tax reporting purposes.  As NSS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, all donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

YOU can make a difference!

If you still have questions, there is additional information in the Recurring Donation Program FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)