WOW! Children’s Museum believes in the power of play. Informal play is being threatened at schools and at home, with children becoming more scheduled and having less freedom to play. WOW! serves a critical role in our community by providing informal play experiences in a safe and educational environment.

Here, children can explore the properties of a bubble, pretend to be a pirate, create their own work of art, and harvest vegetables in a garden. The Museum is full of ways for kids to explore, discover and imagine! But we don’t stop at our walls – WOW! is out in the community, teaching about science to local classrooms, and helping children develop a love of learning.

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, WOW! relies on the support of individuals, corporations, foundations, and volunteers to continue to provide exciting educational exhibits, programs, and events for all children and families in our community.

Donate Today

Support the Museum Today By:

  • Making a monetary donation
  • Donating an item from our Wish List
  • Checking with your company to see if they match employee donations

Your Tax Deductible Donation Funds:

  • $25 sponsors three Museum visits for children in need
  • $50 buys 2 months of bubble solution
  • $100 provides one musical performance in the Museum
  • $250 provides a science class for a local classroom

Corporate Support

Businesses- interested in making a difference while reaching thousands of local families? Partner with WOW! and help children learn through play!

Partnership opportunities include:

  • Sponsor a free day of admission to the Museum
  • Sponsor a current WOW! exhibit, ex. Blowing in the Wind by XYZ Corporation
  • Work with WOW! to create a new exhibit
  • Sponsor our Sensory Friendly Playtime program for children with autism and sensory processing disorders
  • Sponsor a special event, like our Fancy Schmancy Family Fundraiser or Annual Gala

If you’d like to change children’s lives through play, please contact Olivia Ameigh, Development Director.

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