Your $10 donation could become a $500 prize grant for us!
Early giving has already started – help us raise funds to match a $2,500 grant for our Accessibility Project.
This summer the Museum’s three interns researched and developed an Accessibility Proposal that would improve the Museum experience for all visitors with a special emphasis on resources helpful for neurodivergent visitors, or those who have varied sensory needs in public spaces.
The Museum received a matching grant from the Department of Iron Range Resources & Rehabilitation to fund this project, which includes the purchase two wheelchair accessible picnic tables, plants for a sensory garden and supplies for a sensory bag for neurodivergent visitors.
Our Give to the Max Day fundraiser will help offset the fund match by the Museum ($2,500).
You can help by donating to this project to increase accessibility and enjoyment at the Museum for all visitors.
Each donation made to the Museum is an entry in drawings for grant prizes that occur every 15-minutes on Give to the Max Day November 16!