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 audiences.
Now more than ever, your support directly impacts our ability to provide formative cultural experiences and foster a love of learning in Brooklyn children.
What your donation can do
$25: Reusable masks for 5 BCM employees.
$50: Scanners for contactless ticketing.
$100: One hand sanitizing station.
$250: A MERV-14 air filter for one of BCM’s ducts.
$500: 25 BCM activity kits for families who cannot visit the Museum in person.
$1,000: Replacement of a water fountain with a water bottle filling station.
Brooklyn Children’s Museum thanks the extraordinary group of corporations that support our work. Corporate sponsors receive branding exposure at the Museum. Corporate members gain benefits for all their employees. For more information on becoming a corporate sponsor or member, contact Ida Abraham at email@example.com or call (718) 735-4400, extension 115.
Special thanks to our corporate and foundation sponsors
The Achelis and Bodman Foundation, AECOM Tishman, Amazon, American Express, Bloomberg Philanthropies, The Bulova Stetson Fund, The Carson Family Charitable Trust, The Charles H. Revson Foundation, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Con Edison, Davis Polk & Wardwell, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, FAR Fund, Goldman Sachs, Google, The Hearst Foundations, The Holborn Foundation, The Hyde and Watson Foundation, Investors Bank, The Keith Haring Foundation , The Laura B. Vogler Foundation, McDonald Dale Strategic Alliance, MicroGrid Networks, Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation, Morgan Stanley, Moses L. Parshelsky Foundation, National Grid, NCheng, Pfizer, Inc., The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation, Pinkerton Foundation, Dr. Robert C. and Tina Sohn Foundation, Silverstein Properties, Inc., Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Stop N Stor, Studio Institute, Sullivan & Cromwell Tiger Baron Foundation, Two Trees, Warner Media, and Whole Foods.