Broward Pride
Museum's Pride Day Fosters Inclusion

June 24, 2019
The Museum of Discovery and Science's Pride Day included an exhibit about the science of rainbows.

Children learned about the science of rainbows, created spin art and had story time with drag queens at the Museum of Discovery and Science's recent Pride Day event to promote inclusion for all Broward families.

The daylong festivities, made possible by support from Fundholders at the Community Foundation of Broward, also featured a performance by the Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida, LGBTQ+ speakers from various scientific fields and a viewing of the documentary "Families Like Yours."

An $85,000 Broward Pride grant from the Community Foundation has enabled the museum in Fort Lauderdale, through events such as Pride Day, to bolster its community outreach and make the museum more welcoming to all Broward residents. It's part of the Foundation's Broward Pride initiative to support philanthropy that fosters inclusion and unites our diverse community.

Support for the museum's Broward Pride grant has been provided by the following Funds at the Community Foundation:

Richard Frisby and Edward Burkhart Fund

Gay and Lesbian Broward Community Fund

Edwin A. and Jane N. Huston Fund

Everett H. Metcalf, Jr. Unrestricted Fund

Mary N. Porter Community Impact Fund

Contact Information

To learn how you can establish a charitable Fund for Broward to support the Broward Pride initiative, contact Vice President of Philanthropic Services Nancy Thies at or 954-761-9503.

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