How can I make a gift to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History?
Gifts can be made by cash, check, credit card, marketable securities or real property. You can mail your gift or give online through our secure site.
Is my gift tax-deductible?
Yes, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c) (3) organization. Each person’s circumstance is different; check with your tax professional to find out the extent to which your gift can be tax deductible.
Honor someone important in your life
Recognize someone important in your life by giving a tribute gift to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History in their honor or memory. When you make a tribute gift, the honoree or family will be notified of your thoughtfulness. The Museum will provide them with your address, but not the amount of your gift.
A MUSEUM GIFT CARD ALWAYS FITS!
A Museum of Science and History Gift Card is the ideal choice for the science or history buff on your list. Gift Cards are available in any amount and can be used for merchandise in Shop Too!, applied toward an annual membership, for admission or special events, and even in the Stars Café.
JOIN THE CURIOUS!
Historians, curators, child development specialists and researchers guide us as we discover the timeless, multi-faceted world of Curious George.
O.D. Bounds – Texas Wesleyan University Men’s Golf
The name O.D. Bounds personifies the Texas Wesleyan University’s men’s golf team. After graduating from TWU in 1941, Bounds joined the Coast Guard. He returned to TWU in 1946 and began a forty year career of teaching and coaching.
Bounds’ first taste of golf came as a student at TWU when his tennis match was rained out. As a result, Bounds traveled south to Waxahachie with the Ram’s golf team as a caddy.
November 28, 1977 – Present
Even from her earliest days playing golf, Angela Stanford wanted perfection and victory. A native of Fort Worth, Stanford informed her father when she was only ten years old that she would one day play golf for Texas Christian University (TCU). And she did!