Supporters

Lisa came to MOSI for a third-grade school field trip. It was her first experience being a “scientist”. Over the years, she returned to MOSI with her family and attended multiple school break and summer camps. Last year, she graduated high school and is now a college freshman pursuing an engineering degree. All because of a third-grade school trip to MOSI!

The Museum of Science and Industry - MOSI - is an essential community education resource. As a supporter of MOSI and caring member of your community, you clearly understand and appreciate the value of interactive science experiences that have allowed children like Lisa, families and life-long learners to gather for creative conversations, inspired learning and informed action since MOSI opened in 1962.

MOSI has always ensured opportunities for discovery and connection through unique hands-on education programs both at the Museum in North Tampa as well as dozens of local schools and organizations. The challenges of 2020 catalyzed MOSI’s passion and empowered our scientists, educators, and artists to innovate and safely deliver
incredible virtual experiences.

In 2021 and beyond, with your support as a donor and partner, MOSI will produce displays, exhibits, demonstrations and workshops to activate imagination, stimulate curiosity and develop inquiring minds. I personally invite you to reflect on the impact your philanthropic contribution can have on evidence-based science education. Make your annual gift today.

Invest in MOSI now so together we can build a regional ecosystem in which science, technology and innovation are enjoyable and illuminating.

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In Tampa Bay, MOSI reaches 500,000 people a year with the unique blend of fun and learning that's so critical to capturing a child's curiosity and lighting the spark of inspiration toward a career in STEAM -- Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math.

Yes, MOSI is fun -- but that fun is the gateway to a lifetime of learning that makes our community brighter, economically stronger, and safer -- as we're more ready to take on the unknown challenges of the future.

Please, explore the Community Impact that MOSI makes each and every year, and consider using the links below to donate to MOSI and power a nonprofit in Tampa Bay that's making a difference today, tomorrow, and beyond.

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Corporate Giving

As the corporate world changes and becomes more globally competitive, you need more ways to ensure your employees and prospective employees feel great about where they work. MOSI can make that connection by providing your company with  employee benefits that an individual or family can enjoy.

MOSI’s Employee Benefits Program offers your company a unique and cost-effective way to invest in the future of science education — all while providing substantial benefits to your employees, clients, customers, and partners. Whether it be the unfettered access or family fun days, MOSI has something to offer your employees.

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For more information, please contact Rob Lamke, Chief Operating Officer at rob.lamke@mosi.org

You can help make a difference

Becoming a MOSI Member not only brings your family a year of hands-on fun for an unbeatable learning experience, it helps make an impact in our community. With the help of our Members, MOSI is able to provide scholarships for kids from low-income families to spend a week at Science Camp; give free training and support for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) educators throughout the Tampa Bay community; and bring our mobile science lab around the state of Florida, educating and inspiring children of all ages. Become a MOSI member today and help make a difference.

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A legacy that keeps on giving

Dr. Gladys Kashdin was a champion of MOSI for nearly four decades. Believing that all science is creative, Gladys taught the people she came in contact with to look carefully and creatively at everyday wonders of nature. An early Board of Directors member, small of stature with indomitable spirit, she assisted with MOSI’s 1977 move to its current Fowler Avenue location and changing its name from the Hillsborough County Museum to the Museum of Science & Industry, as befitting a modern science center.

As the years passed, Gladys created a way to continue making an impact on the organization and community she loved, becoming a charter member of MOSI’s Infinity Circle of legacy and endowment donors. Her legacy and spirit live on through each and every guest who sets foot in the Welcome Center that bears her name and hosts many events and exhibits to inspire the next generation of STEAM professionals.