For nearly 200 years, generations of students and families have created special memories at the EcoTarium. Those memories have been made possible thanks to the careful planning and generosity of thousands of individuals through giving of their time as volunteers and financially through annual donations and bequests.
Your gift will help us serve in-need individuals and families throughout Massachusetts. Please consider making a gift to the EcoTarium today.
Your Single Gift Counts
- $2,500 – Supports a year of free and reduced admission opportunities
- $1,000 – Delivers a month of early childhood programs
- $250 – Provides transportation for a classroom field trip
- $100 - A year of membership benefits for an in-need family
- $64 - Free admission for an in-need family
Adopt an Animal & Help the Museum!
This symbolic adoption program is an opportunity to give direct financial support to an animal of your choosing and to help maintain their health and welfare here at the EcoTarium. Your donation will go towards their food, enrichment, veterinary visits, treats, and so much more.
The Saturn Society was formed to recognize those individuals who have made, or intend to make, a planned gift to the EcoTarium. We invite you to join the Saturn Society and are happy to share information so you can better understand your bequest options and communicate your wishes back to the museum.
Planned giving can take many forms. We encourage you to work directly with your financial advisor when making a planned gift.
Pave the Way
Celebrate or honor your loved ones, friends, or business forever with a brick paver lining the way to discovery to Nature Explore, the interactive outdoor exhibit connecting visitors to nature through activities such as building, art, climbing and music. Pavers are a thoughtful way to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, and important milestones.
Amazon Smile Foundation
Select us as the charity of your choice and a portion of the sales are given to the museum. Be sure to login to the page, select the EcoTarium (listed under our official name of Worcester Natural History Society). Thanks!