Museum of Natural History in Cleveland, Ohio just received a $3 million grant. It was from the Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel Foundation. This grant will provide increased access to the museum. Plus the support of the development of new community space within the education wing. Every Sunday, starting on January 23, 2022, the gift will provide free admission every Sunday. It would be for the residents of Cleveland Community Days.
Museum of Natural History and new Center
The grant, in addition, is going to fund the creation of the Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel Community Space. It is a new center for community-oriented programming. It is the main component of the Museum’s transformation. Also, the grant does represent the largest gift the Museum has received from the Mandel Foundation.
Museum Exhibits and Program Accessible to the Community
“Moreover, on the behalf of the people in Cleveland East Cleveland, I want to thank. It would be for the Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel Foundation. It is for their visionary support. That is to make the Museum’s exhibits and programs which are readily accessible. Moreover to be for everyone in our community,” said Sonia Winner. She is the president and CEO of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
In fact, it is very important that learners of all ages and backgrounds do have access to scientific information. It would be to help them make informed decisions. Therefore is both for their own lives and as part of the community. “Actually, it is imperative that all ages of learners and their backgrounds have access to scientific information. This helps them make informed decisions both in their own lives and as part of the community. Also, together, the weekly Mandel Community Days and the Mandel Community Space which is helping us advance. For these goals that are central to everything, in fact, we do.”
“The Cleveland Museum of Natural History’s community-centered vision is really aligned with our focus to support neighborhood development.” It was said by Jehuda Reinharz, president and CEO. In fact, the hope is that the Mandel Community Days and Mandel Community Space is going to will help individuals throughout Greater Cleveland. It would really foster a deeper understanding and appreciation of science and nature and plus its relevance to civic engagement.”
The museum, this summer, did conduct by the Marist Poll, found that 85 percent of the public did want to learn more about science. Though about close to half did report they really are falling behind in their understanding.