Your Gift Truly Makes a Difference
Your generosity enables the Orlando Science Center to educate and inspire. We bring families together in an environment that encourages learning. The Orlando Science Center is the highest attended cultural venue in the region averaging 300,000 guests per year. Over 70,000 students annually experience on and off-site STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) based educational initiatives. The Science Center is a proven educational community resource that provides hands on interactive learning experiences.
Admissions and memberships provide about 65 cents of every dollar needed;
Government appropriations provide about 16 cents of every dollar needed:
- To provide access to the Orlando Science Center at a reasonable admission price.
- To ensure all families have access to the Science Center regardless of ability to pay.
- To bring and maintain state of the art exhibits at the Science Center.
The rest is up to the generosity of supporters, like you!
Please make a gift to the Orlando Science Center today. There are a variety of ways that you can be part of the mission to inspire science learning for life.
20 November 2009
Posted in Adopt-A-Star
Frequently Asked Questions
Why adopt a star from Orlando Science Center?
Orlando Science Center strives to provide science for everyone by creating opportunities for experiential science learning and promoting science literacy. Although there are many ways for you, your family or your company to support Orlando Science Center, the Adopt-A-Star program helps you celebrate an important event or honor someone special while becoming a friend to Orlando Science Center. Your charitable gift supports our mission, making a difference in the lives of Central Florida students, teachers and families for years to come.
Will I be able to see the star I have adopted?
Yes. Some stars may require telescopes for viewing depending on your location and the time of year. Most are visible using just your eyes. Orlando Science Center Astronomers can assist with any questions you may have locating and viewing your adopted star.