Donate and Build the Future with Florida Children's Museum

Every child should experience the joy of hands-on-learning.

Since opening November 4, our facility has seen 2,366 guests enter through the Museums for All program. One of several inclusion programs we offer here at Florida Children’s Museum, Museums for All enables families who receive food assistance a reduced admission rate of $3 per person.

We are thrilled to host programs that allow ALL families access to the Museum. But we can’t do it alone. Your support makes a difference. For $15, you can sponsor a child’s visit to Florida Children’s Museum. Help us reach even more of the community. Build the future with us.

Join The Giving Society

Comprised of community leaders and philanthropists, The Giving Society at Florida Children’s Museum is a fervent supporter of hands-on-learning. Their contributions provide tools for the next generation to achieve.

The power of group giving

Join a collaborative effort to better our community. Each year, Giving Society members delve into social issues facing children and families, then vote to invest in a specific need. Pooled resources create a measurable change in our area- and a far greater impact.


  • Your name listed on our dedicated Giving Society webpage.
  • Membership to the Florida Children’s Museum for up to 4 people.
  • Tickets to an annual Giving Society event
  • Early access to camp registration and special event registration
  • Tax-deductible contribution receipt

“We joined The Giving Society because we see the museum’s impact not only on our family but on our community.”

-Thomas Lloyd

Individual Membership: 

  • $125 contribution per month
  • $1500 one-time contribution

Household Membership: 

  • $209 contribution per month
  • $2500 one-time contribution


Current Community Needs

Kindergarten Success

More than 50% of kindergartners in Polk County do not test on level. Florida Children’s Museum provides critical, play-based interventions to raise kindergarten readiness but what would it look like to scale that across a whole school or district?

Healthy Families

More than ever, families are seeking mental health help. Post-pandemic parenting is uncharted territory. Florida Children’s Museum has access to social services through their partnership with United Way. What does that look like as a community-wide effort?