Lafayette, Colorado – WOW! Children’s Museum (World of Wonder) is committed to making the Museum accessible to ALL children in our community, regardless of financial constraints. To serve even more children and families in financial need, WOW! is pleased to announce the launch of the new Play for All initiative in partnership with the Association of Children's Museum's Museums for All program. Play for All and Museums for All ensures that every child and family has access to a high-quality children’s museum experience.
WOW!’s Play for All initiative supports the following:
“WOW! is committed to opening our doors to every child who wants to learn, regardless of their family’s ability to pay. Thanks to the generosity of foundations, businesses and individual supporters, families and schools in need can take advantage of the exhibits, events, and learning experiences WOW! has to offer without worrying about the cost,” said Jennifer Hinderliter, Executive Director, WOW! Children’s Museum.
WOW! Children’s Museum anticipates serving over 6,000 visitors through the Play for All initiative in 2016. For more information about this new initiative visit: wowchildrensmuseum.org/get-involved/play-for-all-initiative/
About the Association of Children’s Museums and Museums for All:
Museums for All is a cooperative initiative between ACM and IMLS to offer a signature access program that encourages families of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly and build lifelong museum habits. By removing the financial barrier, Museums for All also removes the social and academic barrier children face when they are not exposed to high quality museum experiences. For more information visit: www.childrensmuseums.org
About WOW! Children’s Museum:
Founded in 1996, WOW! Children's Museum (World of Wonder) is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization that is dedicated to providing educational interactive exhibits, activities, and programs for all children – bringing families together in a creative environment that sparks imagination, inspires learning through play, and supports school readiness. For more information visit: www.wowchildrensmuseum.org
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