Community Partnerships

The EcoTarium’s beautiful 45-acre campus situated near the heart of urban Worcester provides an exciting array of programs and partnership opportunities that meet the diverse needs of strategic corporate philanthropy.

Corporate Sponsorship

Corporate Sponsorship of exhibits and events at the EcoTarium allow organizations and companies an interesting way to reach marketing goals and strengthen visibility within the community. Corporate sponsors's logos can be included in the EcoTarium marketing materials (ads, signage, collateral, and more), with logos and links on our website, mentions on social media, and in our monthly e-newsletters. Corporate sponsors are also welcomed to have a presence at our exhibit openings and special events, gaining valuable interaction with the local community on our highest-traffic days.

For further information, please contact Grayson Crowley at gcrowley@ecotarium.org of 508-929-2715
Corporate Membership

Corporate Membership at the EcoTarium is a win-win. Company employees receive free admission for themselves and up to 3 guests during the designated month, and enjoy member discounts on Explorer Express Train rides and Planetarium shows, along with a 10% discount in the museum shop. Public acknowledgment on the museum gate during its company month, online and in our Annual Report. Give your employees a month of summer fun at the EcoTarium and help support our mission at the same time!

Corporate Membership Benefits Corporate Membership Registration Form

For further information, please contact Grayson Crowley at gcrowley@ecotarium.org of 508-929-2715
Corporate Sponsors

2019 A Night At The Museum Sponsors

Hanover Insurance Group Foundation,  AAFCPAs,  Consigli,  Cornerstone BankCountry Bank,  Fidelity BankFiduciary Investment AdvisorsFletcher Tildon PC Attorneys at Law,  FLEXcon,  Harvard Pilgrim Health Care,  Kelleher & Sadowsky,  Mercantile Center/Front Street Associates,  Mercier Electric Company Inc.,  Millbury Savings Bank,  PawSoxREmax Vision,  Revelation ProductionsUMASS Memorial Healthcare,  UniBankUnited Bank,  Webster Five, Bollus Lynch, Cutler Associates, Sullivan Group, SALMON VNA & Hospice, College of the Holy Cross

2018 A Night At The Museum Sponsors

Berkshire BankBuilders SystemsCoghlin Electrical Contractors,  College of the Holy Cross,  Cutler AssociatesSullivan Group,  Sustainable Comfort,   William F. Lynch Co., Inc.,  Worcester Polytechnic Institute

2019 Corporate Memberships 

AbbVie,  Berkshire BankBose CorporationClinton Savings BankCommonwealth Care Alliance,  Foley, Inc.,  Hanover Insurance Group Foundation, MathWorks,   Mercier Electric Company, Inc.,  Nypro,  TJX Companies, Inc.,  Worcester Railers

Community Programming (partners from 2017 to 2019)

Adobe,  Bay State Savings Bank,  Bank of America, Berkshire BankBlue Hive Bollus Lynch LLP,  Boston SolarChase Graphics,  Children's Dentists of Worcester,  Creedon & Company,  De Angelis,  Escape Games Worcester Executive Service Corp of New England,  Green World Vision, Hanover Insurance Group Foundation,  Harvard Pilgrim Insurance Foundation,  IBM Corporation,  International Ceramic Engineering,  Jerry's Tastee-Freeze,  Lowe's Home Improvement,  Massachusets Department of Early Education & Care,  Massachusetts Cultural Council,  MathWorks,  Miles Press, Inc.,  Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC,  National Geographic Society,  National Grid,  New York Life InsurancePolar Beverages,  Raytheon,  Reliant Medical Group,  Saint-Gobain,  Shaws,   Southgate at ShrewsburyStruck Catering,  Sustainable Comfort,  Table Talk PiesThe Little Gym,  TJX Companies, Inc.,  United Way of Central Massachusetts,  UNUM, UBS Financial Services, Inc.,  Vibram,  Webster FiveWegmans Food Markets Inc.,  Whole Foods,  Worcester Bravehearts,  Worcester Business Development CorporationWorcester Railers,  Worcester State University,  Worcester Telegram & GazetteWXLO Radio

The EcoTarium Experience

  • A three-story museum blending hands-on activities
  • Interactive indoor and outdoor exhibits
  • Changing seasonal exhibits
  • Historic collections
  • Educational programming
  • The Alden Digital Planetarium: A National Geographic Theater
  • Nature Explore®outdoor discovery space
  • Wildlife habitats
  • Community and special events
  • Landscaped and natural grounds
  • Explorer Express Train

Range of Programming

A leading STEM-focused (science, technology, engineering, math) informal educator, the museum provides a range of public and school programming designed to encourage lifelong learning, including tailored programming to meet individual school needs and weekly preschool programming.

Increased Access

The museum provides more than 2,500 free field trip scholarships to children from underserved schools annually,

  • free admission days
  • significantly reduced admission programs for military and underserved families
  • special events

Serving the Whole Community

Collaborative partnerships to improve and expand our educational offerings, connect our guests to cutting-edge science, and better serve our community.

  • local, regional and national experts
  • schools, academic and research institutions
  • organizations, and corporations