Donations support everything you love about the Museum, especially our ability to inspire exploration, spark curiosity, generate awe, and sustain a love of learning through exhibits and hands-on activities.

“I’m proud to be a part of A Time For Science’s mission to enhance environmental awareness, science education, and literacy in our region.”

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Friends of the Museum Supporting Science For Everyone!

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Donation Total: $100.00

Is this donation tax deductible?

A Time For Science is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and your donation is tax-deductible within the guidelines of U.S. law. To claim a donation as a deduction on your U.S. taxes, please keep your email donation receipt as your official record. We’ll send it to you upon successful completion of your donation.

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Will I get a receipt?

Yes! A donation receipt will be sent to you at the email address you provide on our form. Please be sure to keep a copy of your receipt for tax purposes.

Who can I contact?

For any questions about you donation contact Emily Jarvis at

If you would like to mail a check plaese make it payable to A Time For Science and mail to 729 Dickinson Avenue, Greenville, Nc 27834.

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A “Living Laboratory” that provides habitats for pollinators, beautiful walkways, and opportunities for thousands of visitors each year to participate in educational activities, citizen science, and conservation. Click below to see how you can help make it all possible.

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The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences at Greenville and Contentnea Creek is a non-profit organizaton and relies on your support. Your donations, memberships, and volunteerism help build an organization of excellence in science education for all of Eastern North Carolina. Your support helps us to maintain and improve our facilities, curate world-class exhibitions, buy equipment, and develop our educational programs.


We can’t do what we do without the help of our volunteers! From keeping the Museum in tip-top shape, to preparation to presenting science programs to visiting school groups, there’s a chance for everyone to volunteer at the NCMNS at Greenville and Contentnea Creek.

The Museum is always looking for energetic and qualified volunteers to help us bring our mission to life by connecting people through science and nature. As a volunteer you’ll explore new areas of interest, meet inspiring people, attend social and educational events, learn transferable skills, and be a part of our fun and enthusiastic team. Volunteer hours are available on either a regular or an on-call basis during weekdays and weekends.

For more information on how to become a volunteer for NCMNS at Greenville and Contentnea Creek contact Maria McDaniel at


Patrons and Corporate partners are vital to NCMNS in Greenville and Contentnea Creek. We offer an exceptionally rich and varied range of tailored opportunities, including high-profile multi-year partnerships, sponsorship of our world-class exhibitions, annual patron and corporate membership and rental opportunities at our indoor and outdoor facilities.

Pillar of Support

Spectacular exhibits need your support and so do the extraordinary labs, educational programs, and collections that make your Museum one-of-a-kind.Creating a bequest, charitable gift annuity, or giving appreciated stock, may offer better tax savings for you than an outright gift of cash.

With each and every gift, a donor is helping to shape the Museum’s vision and inspiring the leaders of tomorrow. From individual experiences to large scale initiatives, you have made an impact. We express our deepest gratitude to the individuals, corporations and foundations that have supported us.

For more information on how to become a Pillar of Support for NCMNS in Greenville and Contentnea Creek contact Emily Jarvis at

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The NC Museum of Natural Sciences is a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources