Children's Museum challenges community to help further STEAM education

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RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA TV) Dr. Lily Bruckner, President of the Children's Museum of the Black Hills, and Donovan Broberg, a founding 50 member, discuss the impact the Children's Museum of the Black Hills could have on the economy and STEAM based education in the future.

Their first fundraising campaign, the Founding 50, raised $50,000 in 4 weeks. They are challenging the community to help them reach their next goal as fast as possible so that they can open their first location and start providing a fun, educational facility for all children and families in the Black Hills region

There are many ways to donate. Donations can be made online through their website, through Facebook, PayPal, or mailed and every bit counts. If 2,500 families each donated $100 their goal would be made!

You can find more information on their website: