Corporate partners provide essential support to the Museum's ability to fulfill its mission and ensure accessibility to people of all means. For over 100 years, generous donors have enabled the Museum to become a local and national leader in the museum and education fields. By creating curricula, pioneering interactive learning concepts, and producing one-of-kind exhibits, we work each day to create unique and enlightening experiences for children and their families. With corporate support, the Museum provides transformative experiences for kids, sparking their imaginations, creativity and curiosity. Corporate donors see concrete results of their investment in the Museum every day on the faces of young children as they explore, discover and play.
Corporate partners can support the Museum in a variety of impactful ways; we encourage you to contact us to learn how your organization might be able to join the Museum in providing critical play experiences for every child.
Boston Children's Museum provides our corporate partners with a unique opportunity for philanthropy and high visibility. Corporate partners can support the Museum by sponsoring an exhibit or program, or by sponsoring a fundraising event. The Museum aggressively markets sponsored exhibits and programs, utilizing all of our communication channels to recognize our corporate partners. We also work with you to identify and implement other appropriate vehicles for promotion and recognition of your company as a corporate partner.
As an exhibit and programs sponsor, your company will receive a customized marketing menu and action plan appropriate to your philanthropic capability. Each menu will align with your corporate interests and mission, and include specially designed programming sure to engage kids and parents alike around our award-winning exhibits and programming.
Boston Children's Museum can also provide your organization with free admission passes to distribute at your discretion as outreach to your employees and community partners to ensure maximum accessibility for all families to your sponsored program. We can also work with you to identify volunteer opportunities for your employees during the program or event.
For additional information on Corporate Support or Marketing Initiatives, please contact Corporate@BostonChildrensMuseum.org
or call (617) 426-6500 ext. 262.
Corporate supporters are able to Corporate Connections memberships at Boston Children’s Museum provide exceptional access to the Museum’s groundbreaking exhibits, award winning programs, and one-of-a-kind collection. Our corporate members’ contributions are critical, allowing us to bring together the best resources of early childhood education to benefit the children of Boston and beyond.
Members can utilize their benefits to reward employees, entertain clients, or connect with community partners. You may also donate your passes back to the Museum to become a Sponsored Visits supporter, and ensure access to the Museum for children of all economic backgrounds.
For additional information on Corporate Connections membership, please visit us here, contact Corporate@BostonChildrensMuseum.org
, or call (617) 426-6500 ext. 262.
Corporate volunteers at Boston Children’s Museum make an investment in the education and development of children’s lives, while gaining hands-on team building and unique museum experiences. Volunteers participate in a diverse variety of programs and special events, highlighting their organization’s dedication to philanthropy and community support.
For additional information on Corporate Volunteer opportunities, please contact Corporate@BostonChildrensMuseum.org
, or call (617) 426-6500 ext. 262.
For the over 100 years, Boston Children's Museum has been a place where families go to play, laugh and grow together. The Sponsored Visits program is designed to bring children from schools and community organizations serving low-income or at-risk populations to the Museum.
We believe that all children, regardless of their socio-economic background, deserve the opportunity to take advantage of the Museum's unique educational opportunities. It has been demonstrated that early exposure to cultural institutions stimulates a child's interest in learning and can help deepen understanding of the world. Unfortunately, we know that shrinking school, organization and family budgets have severely curtailed field trips and family visits. Sponsored Visits open the Museum’s doors to eager young learners who would not be able to afford a visit.
For additional information on supporting Sponsored Visits, please contact the Corporate@BostonChildrensMuseum.org
or (617) 426-6500 ext. 262.
Current Corporate Partners
Corporate ConnectionsThe Corporate Connections program provides area businesses an opportunity to give back to the community in which their employees work and live.
Sponsored VisitsThe Sponsored Visits program at Boston Children’s Museum opens our doors to kids who would not be able to afford a visit so that they, too, can take advantage of the opportunities for fun and hands-on learning that we provide.
CEO Level $15,000+
Eaton Vance Management
The MathWorks, Inc.
Medical Information Technology, Inc.
President Level ($10,000+)
Bank of America
Brigham & Woman’s Hospital
MIT Activities Committee
New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc.
Executive Level $5,000-$9,999
Analog Devices, Inc.
Berklee College of Music
Boston Police Patrolmen's Association, Inc.
Harvard Outings & Innings
Liberty Mutual Insurance
Natixis Global Asset Management
State Street Corporation
Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Director Level ($2,500-$4,999)
The Baupost Group, LLC
Cambridge Savings Bank
Charles River Laboratories, Inc.
Copyright Clearance Center
Family Housing Program
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Hub International New England, LLC
John Hancock Financial Services, Inc.
International Data Group
Manager Level ($1,500-$2,499)
AEW Capital Management, L.P.
Anchor Capital Advisors LLC
Babson Capital Management LLC
Bethesda Lodge, No. 30, I.O.O.F.
Boston Police Detectives Benevolent Society
Boston Post Office Social & Recreation Committee
Casner & Edwards LLP
Center for Families
Dunkin' Brands, Inc.
South Shore Area Local No. 3844
William James College
Associate Level ($600-$1,499)
A Better City
Boston Children’s Hospital Primary Care
Burns & Levinson LLP
Christian Books Distributors
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Eisenstadt, Krippendorf & Galvin LLP
Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center
Momenta Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Newmarket International, Inc.
North Coast Seafood
Riverside Early Head Start
Peter Norris & Amy Rugel
William E. & Bertha E. Schrafft
Abbot and Dorothy H. Stevens
Exhibits, Programs & Marketing SponsorshipsSponsorships provide essential support to the Museum’s ability to fulfill its educational mission and ensure accessibility to people of all means$100,000+
Institute of Museum & Library Services
MEFA U. Fund College Investing Plan
and Fidelity Investments$500-$9,999
ACP Cleaning, Inc
A & R Food Service Corporation
Albert E. Pillsbury Trust
Au Bon Pain
Boston Harbor Hotel
Carole A. Charnow & Clive Grainger
Don Cornuet & Stephen Weiner
Four Seasons Hotel Boston
Hilton Boston Financial District
Robert L. Jaffe
The Mentor Network$10,000-$99,999
Arthur F. Blanchard Trust of Bank of
New York Mellon
Citizens Bank of Massachusetts
Elizabeth B. Hirsch & Karen Pratt
Massachusetts Cultural Council
Massachusetts Department of Elementary
and Secondary Education
Smart Destinations, Inc.
State Street Foundation
The Boston Foundation
The Japan Foundation Center for
The Margaret A. Cargill Foundation
Youth Museum Exhibit Collaborative