There are nearly 1 million children under the age of 11 living within a 15 mile radius of the Westchester Children's Museum. Our programming, exhibits, and enriching welcoming environment can benefit all of them with your financial support. Donations to the Museum:
• underwrite field trips for organizations in underserved communities;
• purchase new supplies and expand our MakerSpace;
• add new exhibits and programs;
• continue to meet our visitors’ needs;
• and keep our admission costs down.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about how your donations make an impact. Thank you so much for your generous support!

Ways To Give: 

By Credit Card
Click HERE for our secure online gift form, or call us at (914) 421-5050  

By Check
Please make check payable to the Westchester Children’s Museum and mail to address below:

Campaign for the Westchester Children’s Museum
PO Box 397
Rye, NY 10580

By Stock/Securities Transfer
Please contact the office directly for very easy instructions. 914-421-5050

Make a Tribute Gift
Looking for a gift for someone who already has everything?  Want to honor a loved one’s legacy by supporting a brighter future for all our children?  Honor someone special today by making a gift in their name using our secure online donation form.

One more easy way to give…When you shop on AmazonSmile, you get the same products and same prices as, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to your favorite charity. All you need to do is designate the Westchester Children’s Museum as your charity of choice to make a difference when you shop online. Want to learn more? Follow this link

Photo credit: Lynda Shenkman

Photo credit: Lynda Shenkman

The Westchester Children's Museum is a 501(c)3 cultural institution dedicated to providing enriching educational experiences for children. 

The Museum was founded several years ago by a coalition of donors called the Founding Families. The Founding Family program enabled the Westchester Children's Museum to grow from an idea around a kitchen table to a fully operational museum that opened its first phase to the public in April 2016. Learn more about the founding donors of the Museum here

Donor recognition opportunties are available, please feel free to speak to Tracy R. Kay, Executive Director by email or 914-421-5050.