The Annual Fund supports every aspect of the Museum — from regular maintenance and day-to-day operations to feeding our friends in the Live Animal Care Center; to allowing our educators to create new interactive exhibits and develop live presentations. Every dollar you generously give to the Annual Fund goes directly into furthering STEM education and delivering an amazing experience to visitors of all ages.
Your gift to the Annual Fund goes to work immediately and is essential to the Museum’s efforts to inspire the dreamers and thinkers of tomorrow.
By joining one of our donor societies, you stand alongside an invaluable group of loyal philanthropists who help the Museum deliver an amazing educational experience, and in return, you receive a wide range of benefits such as special access, exclusive events, and more.
To find out more about each donor society and the benefits of joining, click below or learn more here:
Many companies offer matching gifts for charitable donations made by their employees, which could double or triple your contribution to the Museum — some companies' matching gifts program extend to retired employees and board members.
To find out if your gift qualifies for a match from your employer, visit matchinggifts.com/mos where you can search a database of over 20,000 companies to see if your gift is eligible and how to apply for your matching gifts benefits.
Making a monthly commitment to the Museum provides a consistent source of revenue we can count on every month to fund our mission to make this one-of-a-kind educational experience accessible to all.
You decide how much you would like to pledge and after that, everything is automatic. No checks, no envelopes to mail. You remain in total control and you can withdraw from the program or change the amount of your pledge at any time. It’s simple, secure, and one of the best ways you can support the Museum.
We will gladly assist you in a payment plan that works best for you; just call the annual giving team at 617-589-0370.
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