But the REACH Museum will not be able to thrive without YOU. The Reach Foundation will have a $94,000 short fall in this year’s financial commitment to the REACH Museum due to the stock market downturn, which has affected our endowment’s performance; and COVID-19 restrictions, which have affected visitation and precluded having our Day’s Pay Annual Fundraiser.
The REACH Museum’s funding comes from three sources:
We need YOU to help us overcome this deficit to avoid cutting programs, shortening hours, or laying off staff.
“I encourage your support of our education programs working with local schools. We have a museum that keeps Tri-Cities history alive and tells about our contributions to the area, nation, and world.”
— Maureen Hamilton Patron, Volunteer, and Former Reach Foundation Board Member
“The Reach’s bright future includes collaborating with the Manhattan Project National Historical Park and local performing groups in our stunning, outdoor amphitheater situated beside the majestic Columbia River.”
—Allen Brecke Patron and Former Reach Foundation President
Gifts can be made in the following ways:
The REACH Museum is still recovering from the financial effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and is counting on YOU for help. If you value unique education programs for your family, enjoy learning about local history, and appreciate a dynamic museum experience — Make a Gift Today!
Our 2022 Year End Campaign has a $100,000 fundraising goal by December 31, 2022!
Your gift helps keep us Relevant, Engaging, Accessible, Collaborative, and History-based.