Florida Museum of Natural History

The Florida Museum of Natural History is a leading authority in biodiversity and cultural heritage, using its expertise to advance knowledge, solve real-world problems and impact public policy and perception. As the state’s official natural history museum, faculty and staff work to understand, preserve and interpret the history of our diverse world, fostering an engaging and impactful hub for teaching and learning science to an array of audiences.

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Featured Giving Opportunities

FLMNH Exhibits and Public Program Endowment

Help sustain innovative Exhibits, Education and Public Programs at the Florida Museum.

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McGuire Center Support Fund

The McGuire Center is dedicated to understanding, preserving, and interpreting the world’s ...

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Giving Opportunities

Allyn Lepidoptera Endowment

This fund was established by Arthur Allyn and the Allyn Museum in 2004 to support Lepidoptera ...

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Anne D. Reynolds and Charles L. Reynolds Jr. Ethnographic Endowment

Established in 2013 by Charles and Anne Reynolds to support research, curation and enhancement ...

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Arnold Grobman Endowment in Herpetology

This fund was established in 2012 by Arnold Grobman to support research, collection activities ...

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Art and Edda Ross Fund

Support the Florida Museum of Natural History's Thompson Earth Systems Institute education and outreach programs, including Scientist in...

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Barbara A. Purdy Archaeology Research Endowment

The Barbara A. Purdy Archaeological Research Endowment supports prehistoric archaeology research ...

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