Invertebrate Paleontology Collection Endowment
This fund was established in 1989 to support the Invertebrate Paleontology Division at the Florida Museum of Natural History.
The strength and significance of the FLMNH Invertebrate Paleontology Collection resides in the extensive amount of material collected within the last 50 years from over 5000 sites around Florida, the southeastern U.S., and the circum-Caribbean. These collections are unique in that they represent many localities no longer accessible because of rapid regional land development. They are also a significant national research resource that serves as the basis, for an active and productive Invertebrate Paleontology Research Program at the Florida Museum of Natural History.
Other Florida Museum of Natural History Giving Opportunities
Lastinger Archeology Endowment
McGuire Institute for Biodiversity and the Environment Fund
Rick Anderson Endowment