Each year, generous contributions from corporations and foundations fund essential youth programs, opportunities for families to connect with science and technology, teacher professional development, science learning activities for adults, and more. The Franklin Institute is committed to providing hands-on, creative and engaging STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) learning resources for everyone, regardless of means.Read More
With the help of essential philanthropic contributions from donors, including private foundations, last year 1.2 million people directly experienced Institute programs, both within and beyond the museum’s walls. Students across the region visited on field trips, many at discounted rates or for no charge; teachers received free access to pre- and post-visit curricular resources; museum educators performed free live science shows every day; and science outreach programs reached diverse audiences in their own communities.Read More
Corporate sponsorship at The Franklin Institute provides a valuable and high profile partnership opportunity for corporate and foundation partners. The Franklin Institute's world-class sponsorship opportunities directly align local, regional, and international organizations with The Franklin Institute—one of Philadelphia's premier cultural attractions, which directly reaches more than 1.2 million people annually.
For more information about sponsorship opportunities and benefits, please contact Casey Anne Drummond at 215.448.2378.Read More
The STEM 150 is an elite group of companies whose philanthropy to The Franklin Institute supports science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education and workforce development in the Greater Philadelphia region. By generously contributing $5,000 or more annually, STEM 150 members take pride in knowing that their partnerships with the Institute provide critical resources to help people to connect with science and technology in ways that resonate with learners of all ages and backgrounds.Read More
Give to The Franklin Institute through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit
The Franklin Institute's programs are Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) approved for the 2014–2015 school year. The EITC program gives generous tax credits to eligible businesses contributing to an educational improvement organization, like The Franklin Institute.Read More