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The Children Museum of the Upstate- In Need of Event Sponsors!

The Children's Museum of the Upstate (TCMU), is seeking sponsors for it's upcoming fundraiser events, essential for supporting museum operations and providing scholarships for families in need, military families, and community partners.

Funds raised will enhance educational programs that foster curiosity and hands-on learning. Studies show children who engage with museum experiences are 60% more likely to stay on grade level with their peers, promoting long-term academic success.

We need community support to continue offering these vital educational opportunities. Sponsoring our events makes a profound impact on children’s education and the community."

Upcoming Fundraiser Events:

  1. Adult's Night- 21+ – August 22nd, 2024
  2. Boo!seum- TCMU Halloween – October 26th, 2024
  3. Winter Wonderland – December 14th, 2024

Benefits of Sponsorship:

  • Visibility to over 2,000+ participants
  • Brand recognition on social media, on site and digital signage
  • Email recognition to over 20K subscribers
  • Marketing table for your business
  • Tickets to the event and to the museum on a typical day
  • Much more!

To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, contact Almarina Olmeda, Development Manager 864-553-7918 or


About TCMU:

With two locations in Greenville and Spartanburg, South Carolina, TCMU is one of the largest children’s museums in the world and was the first children’s museum to be recognized as a Smithsonian Affiliate.

TCMU-Greenville houses more than 80,000 square feet dedicated to excellence in play-based learning for children ages 0-12, including 30 unique exhibits reflecting the areas of arts, science, health, transportation, the environment and more.

TCMU-Spartanburg houses 6,000 square feet of exhibit and learning space designed to support children ages 0-6, with a focus on early childhood development and Kindergarten readiness. Learn more here.

TCMU fulfills its mission of developing young minds into compassionate problem solvers through purposeful, intentional and accessible play-based learning opportunities.

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