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Stepping Stones Museum for Children has officially entered its twenties and 2020 is certainly testing our mettle.

COVID-19 has played havoc with many of our birthday plans.   While the museum has been closed to the public due to the pandemic, our mission has never been more vital and we continue to provide the best possible virtual learning experiences for the families and children we serve.

Despite the many challenges of this year, we have developed an exciting new virtual learning community – the Stepping Stones Studio!
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The Stepping Stones Studio will provide high quality, immersive virtual learning experiences for schools groups and families using a new network of learning platforms.

This will be an incredible new asset in our community! Since the launch of the Studio, we have been able to deliver critically-needed, high-quality virtual learning experiences to nearly 200,000 children and families.

We are looking forward to experiencing how our community partnerships evolve and grow using this network of new learning platforms over the next decade.

Please help us continue to make this one of a kind resource available for ALL children, families and educators through the museum’s accessibility initiative, Open Arms.

We have a chance to start the new decade with these incredibly enhanced virtual resources for our community. And with your help, we can exponentially amplify our reach to those who need it most!

$50 – Provides one month of access to Stepping Stones Studio Every Day Fun! content for 5 families

$150 – Provides access to Stepping Stones Studio content for a week of virtual camp 

$500 – Provides access to Stepping Stones Studio content for 5 virtual school and group classes of up to 20 children 

$1,000 – Provides a full year of access to Stepping Stones Studio content to expand our virtual reach to 20 families

Under the CARES Act, part of the federal government’s pandemic relief program, individual taxpayers can take a deduction of up to $300 for cash donations made in 2020 when they file their tax return in the spring