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Little Buckeye Children’s Museum is responding to meet the needs of families in our community– despite the challenges brought on by the pandemic.
Through numerous award-winning programs and community projects, and the development of the highly anticipated Imagination District, Little Buckeye Children’s Museum is actively pursuing ways they can help families and children.
“We have worked hard to adapt and be flexible, while continuing to serve families and schools. We have a clear goal in making the Imagination District a reality, and we are grateful that construction is underway,” says Little Buckeye Children’s Museum Executive Director, Fred Boll, “But we do need help in bridging the financial gap caused by the increased cost of building materials due to the pandemic.”
Richland Gives, an online giving event hosted by the Richland County Foundation, will kick off the season of generosity by encouraging people to give back to the local nonprofits they care about like Little Buckeye Children’s Museum between Nov. 15 and Nov. 30 during an online giving event at: www.richlandgives.org.
Donors can make their online donations starting as early as 7 a.m. on November 15. Richland Gives donations can be made through November 30 at 7 p.m.
Little Buckeye Children’s Museum has joined the Richland Gives celebration in an effort to raise the funds needed to offset the increased costs of building materials and supplies due to the pandemic.
“The faith and support that our Richland County community has shown Little Buckeye Children’s Museum motivates and encourages us every day. We are actively pursuing all avenues to raise funds and cut costs, but we need your help to make our efforts go even further!” says Boll.
Those who are interested in joining Little Buckeye Children’s Museum’s Richland Gives initiative can visit https://richlandgives.mightycause.com/organization/Little-Buckeye-Childrens-Museum.