Geological Sciences

CSUF Geology Rainbow Basin 2017
$28,360
189%
Raised toward our $15,000 Goal
52 Donors
14
days left
Project ends on October 31, at 11:59 PM PDT
Project Owners
Rank State Gifts
1 CA 41
2 TX 2
3 NJ 1

Anna and Lillian

Garcia

$1,000

2 days ago

GWEN

SHARP

2 days ago

Adam

Ramirez

$100

4 days ago

Melissa

Chambers

Oct 08, 2021

Eki Environment

& Water, Inc

$500

Oct 07, 2021

The Searcher Gem

& Mineral Society, Inc.

$1,000

Oct 07, 2021

NMG

Geotechnical, Inc

$1,000

Oct 07, 2021

Kathryn

Metcalf

$10

Oct 07, 2021

Merri Lynn

Casem

$100

Oct 07, 2021

Anonymous

Oct 05, 2021

Anonymous

$10

Oct 05, 2021

Kyle & Sara

McCarty

$200

Oct 05, 2021

Jennifer

Schmidt

$25

Oct 04, 2021

Ben

Lewis

$50

Oct 04, 2021

Dan

Sturmer

$50

Oct 04, 2021

Matthew

Wilken

$100

Oct 04, 2021

Kay and Brian

Pitts

$750

Oct 04, 2021

Anonymous

$100

Oct 02, 2021

Katie

DeGraffenreid

Oct 02, 2021

Anonymous

Oct 02, 2021

Virginia

Isava

$25

Oct 01, 2021

Susie

Smith

Oct 01, 2021

Michael

Blazevic

$100

Oct 01, 2021

Kaelin

Andelin

Oct 01, 2021

Rene

Perez

$100

Oct 01, 2021
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$10

Apatite

With a hardness of 5, Apatite can scratch a penny but not glass. Thank you for giving as all proceeds go to help funds our scholarships, and any amount helps!

$25

Quartz

Quartz has a hardness of 7 and is one of the most durable minerals. Thanks for being a durable donor!

$100

Topaz

Topaz is the hardest silicate mineral and is orthorhombic. Thank you for helping our students crystallize their knowledge of Earth!

$500

Corundum

Corundum has a hardness of 9, and includes rubies and sapphires. Thank you for being a gem!

$1,000

Diamond

Diamonds are at the top of the Mohs scale with a hardness of 10. Thank you for helping our students reach their full, cut and polished potential!

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