Foundations and government agencies play a crucial role in supporting educational programs, community initiatives, innovative new exhibits, and special projects at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.
Staff are available to work with granting organizations to identify programming across the arts, sciences, and humanities that meets particular areas of interest.
Director, Foundation and Government Relations
Foundation Relations Officer
Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Awards Grant for Quality Out-Of-School-Time Programming
The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust has awarded a grant of $100,000 to The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis to support efforts aimed at improving the quality of life in the Mid-North neighborhoods of Indianapolis. This grant will help the Museum to strengthen out-of-school-time educational opportunities for Mid-North residents. Among
the programming are after-school programs, a Museum-
based out-of-school-time program, and outreach and
professional development for educators in the Mid-North area.
The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust was established in 1997 to help people in need, to protect animals and nature, and to enrich community life in the metropolitan areas of Indianapolis and Phoenix. The Trust has previously supported the Museum’s StarPoint program through the Summer Youth Program Fund.