SPICE Support


Support SPICE

Support Our Mission

SPICE welcomes donor gifts, which go towards furthering our mission to internationalize K–12 and community college classrooms and to create opportunities for educators and students to access Stanford scholarship. Your financial support helps ensure that SPICE continues its tradition of serving as a bridge between Stanford University and K–12 and community college education.

Gifts to SPICE help underwrite key activities such as:

  • Curriculum and digital resources development for teachers
  • Teacher training workshops
  • Scholarships for high school students to participate in Pre-Collegiate Global Learning programs
  • New program development


For further information about supporting SPICE, please contact:

Michelle L. Townsend
Associate Director for Development, FSI
Stanford University
Encina Hall, Room C131
Stanford, CA 94305-6060
Phone: (650) 723-3197
Fax: (650) 725-2592
email: mtownsend@stanford.edu
Gary Mukai
Director, SPICE
Stanford University
Encina Hall, Room C331
Stanford, CA 94305-6060
Phone: (650) 723-1116
Fax: (650) 723-6784
email: gmukai@stanford.edu


Gifts to SPICE and FSI are tax-deductible under applicable rules. The Institute is part of Stanford University's tax exempt status as a Section 501(c)(3) public charity.

To make a gift online, click the button below. Stanford’s donation form will be pre-filled to direct your gift to the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, SPICE’s parent institute. To direct your gift to SPICE, type "For SPICE" in the box labeled "Any comments or gift instructions".

Your Support in Action

The following programs and resources were made possible by the generous support of foundations and private donors.
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Creating free curricular resources

"The Road to Tokyo" is an interactive website of lessons, activities, and digital resources on historical and contemporary Japan.
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Fostering communities of learning

SPICE hosts events throughout the year, providing opportunities for K–12 and community college educators to gather at Stanford University to engage with Stanford scholars, master new content and pedagogy, and share ideas and best practices with fellow educators.

Promoting academic scholarship

Since 2003, the Reischauer Scholars Program has impacted hundreds of young lives, bringing Stanford scholarship to high school students across the United States and equipping them with a rare degree of expertise on Japan and U.S.–Japan relations.