Discovery Museum – an Inspiration to Impact Partnership

Inspiration: Discovery Museum is a destination for young children throughout the MetroWest. The organization wanted to enable youth of all abilities to be able to play and learn together. In addition to programs, they had a vision for a 500 square foot treehouse that would be accessible to everyone.

Impact: As a result of their forward-thinking, Discovery Museum is now a leading expert on accessibility and inclusion for young children. The Foundation for MetroWest was proud to help fund Discovery Woods where the treehouse is located, which is relied upon by many.

Learn more about Discovery Museum and contact Caroline Murphy, Director of Programs at [email protected].


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