Dear Members and Friends:
During the Museum's journey from dream to today's reality, many of Tallahassee's finest individuals, service organizations and businesses have dedicated their hearts and money to ensure the success of the Tallahassee Museum. It is only through this support that the Museum is able to effectively pursue its mission, remain relevant to our community and sustain its amazing diversity of educational programs and exhibits
Guided by its newly completed interpretive plan, the Tallahassee Museum has made significant investments this year to refresh and enhance the Museum's learning experiences and expand upon the audiences it strives to serve. The addition of the internationally acclaimed and colorful exhibition, Jim Gary's Twentieth Century Dinosaurs and the opening of the wildly popular Tree to Tree Adventures are just two of the many exciting ideas contained within the interpretive plan.
The Museum seeks to make further strides forward but needs your financial support to do so. Please consider a gift to the Museum's annual fund and help support our programming efforts of today while sharing in our visions for the future.
Your gift of $50, $100 –or more if possible-will make an important impact on quality of the services we provide. Whatever you give will serve as a source of encouragement to all of us as we work to promote greater awareness of and appreciation for our region's rich cultural heritage and extraordinary natural environment.
Add your name to a distinguished list of donors who believe in education, the enrichment of lives, and the building of a better community. Please make a gift to our annual fund now… while it is still fresh in your mind…and demonstrate your support for the contributions the Museum makes to our community on a daily basis.
Please respond using the enclosed donor response form and postage paid envelope. Thank you for your consideration and I look forward to hearing from you. I remain,
Russell S. Daws
Make a Donation to the Tallahassee Museum's Annual Fund
|"I gladly support the Tallahassee Museum because it is my favorite place for quality family time. Some of my fondest memories include the mornings and afternoons I have spent exploring the animal habitat and historic buildings with my husband and son. I know my annual contribution goes toward making similar memories for other families."
--Susan Baldino, Visiting Instructor, Department of History, Florida State University