For more information about Corporate Partner membership and sponsorship opportunities, call (213) 763-3315.
"What's different about this relationship [with the Roundtable] is that this is really being created by the partners, by the partners working together. What ends up happening in the classroom is the product of everyone bringing their expertise to the table."
— Jo Ann Isken, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, Lennox School District
The NHM Next campaign is transforming the Museum into one of the coolest destinations in Southern California. Want to get involved in our final phase?
These special weekend events are your chance to meet members of our curatorial team, ask your own questions, and get a first-hand, up-close look at many amazing curiosities of our collections.
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The Natural History Museum serves educators and learners of all ages, from children just beginning to engage in science to senior volunteers continuing a lifelong passion for knowledge. In this three-dimensional environment filled with the planet’s treasures, we can introduce the processes of science in vibrant, firsthand ways. Our integrated curricula for multiple grade levels meet state standards and offers teachers extended resources to encourage investigative, observational, and critical thinking in their students. Family programs provide important opportunities for parents to learn alongside their children. To learn more about how your organization can contribute to our public and educational programs please call (213) 763-3315.
NHM Educational and Public Programs include:
The NHM Next Campaign is transforming our Museum, creating five new permanent halls. We are currently offering program support for these exhibitions as well as permanent naming opportunities. One-time gifts at a variety of giving levels will permanently name specimens, components, and exhibit galleries for your organization, creating a historic and lasting legacy.
Naming opportunities are available in the following exhibits
Age of Mammals (2010) This exhibit tells the story of the past 65 million years of mammal history and evolution, showcasing some of the world's most amazing specimens.
The Haaga Family Rotunda (2010) A landmark structure that has been returned to its original majesty after extensive restoration of the historic 1913 Building. Home to revolving exhibits show some of the Museum's most interesting and priceless artifacts.
The Dinosaur Hall (2011) A spectacular new dinosaur exhibit (the largest West of the Mississippi) features 20 reconstructed skeletons and over 300 fossils throughout two natural light filled galleries. Thomas the T. rex takes center stage as the star of the T. rex growth series, the only display of its kind anywhere in the world!
Los Angeles Exhibition (2012) This exhibit will put on view thousands of never-before-seen objects that will tell the natural and cultural history of Los Angeles and California in a fresh new way.
Nature Gardens and the Nature Lab (2013) Reclaiming 3.5 acres of green space from former concrete to create a dynamic indoor/outdoor learning laboratory, this exhibit will allow visitors and school children to actively explore nature and take part in the nation's largest study of urban biodiversity.
For more information and a list of all available naming opportunities please contact Katie Adams at email@example.com or (213) 763.3315.
For a complete list of all our foundation supports please following the link below. For information on how your foundation can help the Museum, please contact our foundation office at (213) 763-3315.