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Annual Fund

How your support makes an impact

As a non-profit organization, Brooklyn Children’s Museum depends on its community of supporters to deliver high quality programs and exhibits to our audience of 300,000 annual visitors.

30% of our audience is served free of charge. Programs like after school provide entirely free year-round enrichment and childcare to 80 families in Crown Heights, Brownsville, and East New York. We recently double the number of free hours we offer each week to ensure more families can take advantage of it. We host high quality performances that highlight the rich cultural landscape of Brooklyn.

Your support directly impacts our ability to provide formative cultural experience and foster a love of learning for Brooklyn children.

 


What your donation can do

$25 covers the cost of one visitor
$50 sponsors a plant in the garden
$100 provides a month of art supplies to after school kids
$250 helps subsidize a Title 1 school visit
$1,000 feeds your favorite animal for a year
$5,000 sponsors a Museum Team teen for a year


Annual Events

This upcoming spring, join us in celebrating 120 years of providing formative cultural experiences to New York City children. Click the link below to see highlights from our 2019 Spring Benefit. To join us in 2020, contact Semra Ercin at sercin@brooklynkids.org.


Corporate Giving

Brooklyn Children’s Museum thanks the extraordinary group of corporations that support its work. Corporate sponsors receive branding exposure at the Museum. Corporate members gain benefits for all of their employees. For more information on becoming a corporate sponsor or member contact Semra Ercin at sercin@brooklynkids.org or 718-735-4400 x191.


Special thanks to our corporate and foundation sponsors:

AECOM Tishman, Aimbridge Hospitality, American Express, Beyer Blinder Belle Architects, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Con Edison, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Duane Morris LLP, FAR Fund, Gans Studio, GKV Architects, Goldman Sachs, Google, Grand Street Settlement, Greiner-Maltz, Gunderson Dettmer, The Holborn Foundation, The Hyde and Watson Foundation, Investors Bank, Jaros, Baum & Bolles, The Keith Haring Foundation, Lincoln Center Cultural Innovation Fund, Mariani Metal Fabricators USA, MetLife, Morgan Stanley, Moses L. Parshelsky Foundation, The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation, Pinkerton Foundation, National Grid, Ncheng, Pfizer, Inc., Robert Derector Associates, Ropes & Gray LLP, Schindler Elevator, Silverstein Properties, Inc., Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, Steven Dubner Landscaping, Stop N Stor, Studio Institute, Sullivan & Cromwell, Tiger Baron Foundation, Tsao & Mckown, Turner Construction, Two Trees, UBS, and Warner Media Group.