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Ways to Give

Ways to Give

Tribute Gifts

Honor someone you care about and celebrate a birth, birthday, anniversary, or other important occasion by making a gift to Chicago Children’s Museum. Express your sympathy or honor the memory of a loved one. When you make a Tribute Gift, a personalized letter is sent to the honoree recognizing your gift and your gift will be listed in the museum’s Annual Report.

Directed Support: Programming and Exhibits

From Pritzker Playspace where infants and toddlers engage in sensory exploration to engineering feats in Skyline to the full realm of expression in the Artabounds Studio, Chicago Children’s Museum translates the science of early learning into groundbreaking and transformative educational exhibits and programs. To learn more, click here.

Stock Gifts

Gifts of stocks and securities may be made to Chicago Children’s Museum. Your broker needs authorization to transfer to our broker, Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC, on your behalf as follows:

via DTC #0226
Chicago Children’s Museum, account # Z70-734659
Fidelity Brokerage Services
401 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 100
Chicago, IL 60611

Please notify Amber Bel’cher, Director of Individual Giving, at Chicago Children’s Museum at 312.464.7728 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). She will follow up with the bank and will ensure that your stock gift is properly credited.

Legacy Gifts

The decision to designate a planned gift is one of the most personal commitments our supporters can make, and we appreciate your consideration.

Whether it’s a straightforward bequest, trust, annuity, or an arrangement made through your IRA, planned gifts of all sizes support Chicago Children’s Museum’s long-term fiscal stability and often provide financial benefits to you as well. Plus, you can directly support programming that is most important to you, such as early childhood education, community inclusion, or arts and culture. For more information, please contact Amber Bel’cher at 312-464-7728 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)