ANNUAL SPONSORS

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is grateful to the following corporations and foundations for their annual support of the Museum:

GOLD SPONSORS

$100,000+

 

COPPER SPONSORS

$10,000+

Amon G. Carter Foundation logo

The Burnett Foundation

Sid Richardson logo

 

XTO Energy logo

 

PLATINUM SPONSORS

$50,000+

ExxonMobil logo

 

SILVER SPONSORS

$25,000+

Bank of America logo

Bank of Texas logo

Chase logo

The Morris Foundation

Wells Fargo logo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BNSF Foundation

FTS International

Higginbotham

IBM Corporation

Imperial Sugar Company

Lockheed Martin

Mouser Electronics

Primrose Schools

Frances C. & William P. Smallwood Foundation

Sodexo

 

TITANIUM SPONSORS

$5,000+

BBVA Compass Bank

Colonial Country Club Charitable Fund

Community Foundation of North Texas

Fidelity Investments

William M. Fuller Foundation

Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation

Range Resources

 

ALUMINUM SPONSORS

$2,500+

The Arch and Stella Rowan Foundation

Ernst & Young

Fash Foundation

Frost

Pier 1 Imports

Southwest Bank

Texas Christian University - College of Communications

Texas Christian University - Schieffer School of Journalism

Union Pacific Foundation

 

 

 

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is grateful to the following corporations and foundations for their generous in-kind support:

Star Telegram logo               American Airlines logo

Farris Outdoor Advertising, Inc.


The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History depends, in part, on the support of the Fort Worth community to advance its mission, meet its annual operating goals, and continue to offer engaging educational programming, present and develop special exhibits, and serve as a community partner and learning resource.

Thanks to the generosity of the above listed corporations and foundations, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is sparking the interests and imaginations of the next generation of inventors, innovators, and imagineers.

There are nearly infinite ways to support the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.  If you or your company are interested in exploring opportunities or making a contribution or grant, please visit the Sponsorship Opportunities webpage or contact James Jenner

 

Megan McClinton
Corporate and Foundation Giving
mmcclinton@fwmsh.org
(817) 255-9410      


Fun Fact
The rolling loop projector--the heart of the IMAX film system--was invented in the 1960's by Ron Jones, a machinist and camera builder from Brisbane, Australia.

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