McGuire Institute for Biodiversity and the Environment Fund
The McGuire Institute for Biodiversity and the Environment Fund, established in 2002 by the William W. McGuire and Nadine M. McGuire Family Foundation, fosters teaching, research and programming at the Florida Museum of Natural History. The fund supports the study of biodiversity and the environment and aids in the collections and research fitting of the McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity. The fund also provides first-year operational costs to support the creation of exhibitions in the introductory areas of McGuire Hall and offers various supports for appropriate faculty, researchers and staff.
Other Florida Museum of Natural History Giving Opportunities
Thomas H. Maren Museum Education Endowment
Miss Lucy Dickinson Fellowship in Vertebrate Paleontology
White River Fossil Project-FLMNH