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National Museum of Transportation Announces "All Aboard" Program
By: The National Museum of Transportation
ALL Aboard provides complimentary Museum admission to children in need. Working with partner agencies, we support children who come from low income communities, are in foster care, and those living with an ongoing medical condition.
We are pleased to partner with: Almost Home, Angels' Arms, Annie's Hope, Big Brothers Big Sisters-Eastern Missouri, Big Brothers Big Sisters-Southwestern Illinois, Boys Hope Girls Hope St. Louis, Camp Sun Splash, Character Plus, Circle of Concern, Down Syndrome Assn of Greater St. Louis, Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition, Foster Together, Friends of Kids with Cancer, Horizons - St. Louis, Join Hands ESL, LifeBridge Partnership, Lydia's House, North Side Youth & Senior Services, Our Little Haven, Rainbows for Kids, Ready Readers, Southside Early Childhood Center, St. Louis Learning Disabilities Assn., The Bennett Project, Turn the Page STL, Variety the Children's Charity of St. Louis.
At TNMOT, we are committed to expanding our reach and reaching those who may not be able to visit the Museum without assistance. ALL Aboard provides that assistance. Through ALL Aboard, area youth will visit the Museum, participate in our educational experience, and ride the miniature train free of charge. It's a day they will remember for a lifetime.
ALL Aboard is presented by the Emerson Charitable Trust with support from the Union Pacific Foundation and Museum stakeholders. If you would like to sponsor a child's visit for $8.50, please visit tnmot.org/product/
If you know an organization that would like to participate in ALL Aboard, please contact the Museum at: museum@
The National Museum of Transportation, 2967 Barrett Station Road, Kirkwood, Missouri, is a 501(c)(3) organization relying solely on donations from the community to support our efforts to preserve the past for future generations.
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