The Post and Courier recently featured the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry, highlighting the effects of COVID-19 on hands-on, learning through play:
“Phrases like “hands-on learning” that used to read like a selling point sound very different in 2020. That means the very same things that have made children’s museums unique and valuable are now making it highly complicated for them to reopen.”
“’Our model is, we take the dollars we earn and we put them right back in the community,’ [Nichole] Myles, [Executive Director of the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry,] said. ‘But that cycle has been broken for us.’ Without any substantial revenue to speak of, Myles said they’re relying now more than ever on donations.”
Alternate ways to give include by phone, monthly bankdraft, stocks & securities and planned gifts. For more information, contact our Director of Development, Jacquie Berger at 843.853.8962 x238 or jacquie@exploreCML.org.
Admission and membership prices to CML provide only 53% of our annual operating expenses. We count on the generosity of our visitors to help us maintain our Museum as well as our extraordinary programming opportunities. All gifts are welcome and no amount is too small. All gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.