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The Legacy Project

The Society of Flavor Chemists and Science History Institute Partnership

The Society of Flavor Chemists Legacy Project: A Collaboration with the Science History Institute

The Society of Flavor Chemists Legacy Project will document the history of the flavor industry and reveal its important impact on society.

We will:

  • Digitize books and documents associated with flavor history and the flavor industry.
  • Record oral history interviews of flavor chemists.
  • Arrange and rehouse the papers of Society members who have donated their archives.
  • Create engaging educational content through the Institute’s Museum.

Society of Flavor Chemists Legacy Project Sponsorship Levels and Benefits

Legacy Project Bronze – $2,500

Bronze level corporate recognition

  • Recognition as a project sponsor, according to your sponsorship level, on the “Society of Flavor Chemists Legacy Project” website and in the Science History Institute’s annual Best of Distillations magazine.
  • Print copies of the Science History Institute’s annual Best of Distillations magazine mailed to your corporate office.

Legacy Project Silver – $5,000

Silver level corporate recognition

  • Invitations to the Science History Institute’s special events and receptions.
  • All Bronze level benefits above

Legacy Project Gold – $10,000

Gold level corporate recognition

Legacy Project Platinum – $25,000

Platinum level corporate recognition

  • Customized, private tour and reception for a selected group with Science History Institute leadership and curators
  • All Gold level benefits above

Directing your gift

Sponsors may direct their SFC Legacy Project gift to either output: SFC Library and Archives (cataloging, digitization, and outreach) or SFC Oral Histories (interviews, transcripts, and digital files.)

Mail checks payable to “Science History Institute” with “SFC Legacy Project” in the memo to:

Science History Institute
PO Box 826451
Philadelphia, PA 19182-6451

If you prefer to support either the SFC’s “Library and Archives” or “Oral Histories” project, please also indicate this in the check’s memo.

Questions? Contact Grace Sharples Cooke at gsharplescooke@sciencehistory.org or 215-873-8244.