Play makes a difference and YOU can too!
While the Museum is closed to the public, we remain dedicated to serving our community and fulfilling our mission. As a leader in early childhood education, we responded to the COVID-19 crisis by providing resources to support children’s imagination, spark creativity, and encourage learning through play.
As a nonprofit organization, the Museum has taken a hard financial hit as about 50% of our revenue came from earned income from our admissions, concessions, gift shop, and programming. Now, more than ever, we need your support to continue to serve as an essential educational resource for our community.
Your donation will help us address urgent needs and enable us to continue to provide accessible educational resources digitally.
As you rely on us to be a beacon for the community, we rely on you. We appreciate your generosity during this difficult time and thank you for helping us enrich the lives of all children and families.
Miami Children’s Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and all gifts are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by the law. As part of the CARES Act*, you can deduct 100% of your charitable gift against your 2020 adjusted gross income.
For more information, please contact our development team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*The CARES Act’s provisions for above-the-line contributions are slated to end this year: Individuals who itemize can deduct cash contributions up to 100% of their 2020 Adjusted Gross Income (AGI). Cash contributions above 100% may be carried forward five years. A deduction is available for up to $300 per person even if individuals do not itemize their deductions for 2020 charitable contributions and take the standard deduction; it is $600 per married couple. This above-the-line adjustment reduces the AGI and, therefore, the amount of taxable income. Corporations may deduct up to 25% of their taxable income. Please note, the above information is a general summary only and is not intended to be tax or legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Please consult your qualified tax, legal, and financial advisors to determine how the CARES Act may apply to you.