We're reaching out to you as members who have been affected by our educational programming in one form or another. Perhaps your family has come to our natural history museum for Discovery Expedition activities or your children or grandchildren have experienced our incredible inflatable planetarium at their school. You may have attended one of our thought-provoking Learning Forums and special NASA SD Space Consortium programming, or you’ve seen us at Kids Fair, Neutrino Days or Lakota National Invitational. However you have been touched by The Journey Museum & Learning Center, consider how your contribution could help us touch the lives of others. It’s through your help and your contributions that we continue to extend our reach to educate those with a unique and one-of-a-kind experience, and instill wonder into those that may become the future leaders for generations to come. Consider making a tax-deductible contribution TODAY!
Your contributions to our natural history museum not only help educate the young minds of our community, they also help to give educational opportunities to adults, allowing them to continue to grow and invest in their community. By contributing to The Journey Museum & Learning Center, you are impacting generations to come and generations currently enjoying all that the museum has to offer. From Toddler Tuesday to Discovery Expeditions, from Learning Forums to exhibit openings in the art gallery, there is something for everyone at The Journey Museum & Learning Center and none of it would be possible without your help and contributions.
The Journey Museum & Learning Center thanks you for all that you do for our community, our kids, and our natural history museum through your contributions. We could not thank you, our amazing community, enough.
Contact our Troy Kilpatrick, at (605) 394-2249 to find out more about making a tax-deductible contribution today!
The Journey Museum & Learning Center
c/o Development Officer
222 New York Street.
Rapid City, SD 57701
The Journey Museum & Learning Center regularly adds new events, exhibits, and features to the expansive museum, covering American history, Black Hills history, and Native American culture.
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