Whether you’re a family who enjoys our maker programs or an organization that is ready to invest in our future, your partnership and support makes a difference.
Create lasting change when you support KID Museum’s mission to empower the next generation with the skills to invent the future.
Give to KID Museum
Support access to KID Museum for youth from under-resourced communities by making a donation today.
Become a Member
Join a vibrant community by becoming a member of the nation’s largest educational makerspace for youth.
Partner with Us
Explore a variety of partnership and volunteer opportunities and inspire the next generation of makers.
SUPPORT KID MUSEUM
When you make a donation to KID Museum, you are supporting access to STEM programs such as coding, robotics, and engineering design for youth from under-resourced communities.
What does it mean to be a maker?
Makers are creative problem-solvers, doers, and innovators. Makers don’t just make things. Makers make change. They look at the world through the lens of possibility and apply their creativity to tackle challenges big and small.
Your donation allows us to grow and expand our reach — serving youth from across our region, prioritizing those who are too often overlooked or left behind. Because today’s young makers are tomorrow’s changemakers.
Join a vibrant community of makers by becoming a member of the nation’s largest, community-based maker learning space for kids! When you and your family become members of KID Museum, you are supporting the next generation of makers who are inventing the future.
- 10 general admission tickets to use annually
- Early access registration for KID’s popular camps, after-school programs, and weekend workshops
- Invitations to member-only events and programs
- Exclusive offers from KID Museum and our community partners
- 10% discount on additional general admission tickets throughout the year
- 10% discount on workshops, camps, birthday parties, and museum store purchases
KID Museum gratefully acknowledges the generous support of our donors and partners.
Randy & Cheryl Altschuler
Arnold & Porter
Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County
Bernard Family Foundation
Bob & Sharon Buchanan
Fleur S. Bresler
A. James and Alice B. Clark Foundation
Cooper Building Services, Inc.
Elizabeth Mann Memorial Fund
David Goldberg & Alison Rodner
Kay Family Foundation
Lerch, Early & Brewer
Mead Family Foundation
Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation
Montgomery County Public Schools
Pepco, an Exelon Company
Ruppert Family Foundation
The Vincent A. and Helen M. Sheehy Foundation
Universities at Shady Grove