GRASSROOTS AND GROWING

Southern California Children’s Museum is founded by a small, hardworking group of parents who saw a need for quality early childhood education options and decided to take action. Since receiving our 501c3 non-profit status, we’ve been operating one day programs and raising funds to create a permanent SCCM that can make a huge difference within our community. A MUSEUM WITHOUT WALLS Southern California Children’s Museum recently secured a permanent home in Pasadena! While we have opened our space, we have limited exhibits and continue to fundraise and research all of the fun exhibits we want to bring to life! We remain committed to bringing you high-quality educational exhibits and programming. Check out News and Events for more information and sign-up for email updates to stay informed about the ongoings of this great place.

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THE BRIGHT FUTURE OF SCCM

From the start, we’ve always envisioned building a permanent home for Southern California Children’s Museum, with galleries for Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Farm to Table, and My California exhibits. Here, we could bring to life exciting experiences geared toward children under eight, including: An interactive farmers’ market exhibit A Hollywood Bowl dramatic play and music exhibit A Santa Monica Pier water play exhibit A Griffith Park Observatory camping exhibit A LACMA Urban Light sensory exhibit A library exhibit A construction zone exhibit A doctor’s office exhibit A Rose Bowl float art and crafts exhibit Simply put: We dream of more for SCCM, and we’re working hard to make it happen. View Our Concept Sketches

Board Of Directors

The all volunteer 12-member Board of Directors is the driving force behind the Southern California Children’s Museum. We are committed to creating the region’s premier children’s museum dedicated to Arts, Culture, and the Humanities. Our board is comprised of a diverse group of individuals who are investing their time, talents and resources in the Southern California Children’s Museum in order to improve the lives of our children and quality of our community. We welcome open discussion regarding the current progress and future plans for the museum.    

 Our Donors

INDIVIDUAL GIVING BENEFACTOR Marisa and Ezra Callahan

CHAMPION Catherine and Justin Welch

SUSTAINER Kate and Steve Sachs

LEADER Amy and Ted McNulty Linda and Eric Elkaim Maren and Charlie Hoecker Nicolette and Tom Felgner Suzanne Murphy and Michael Nordberg Yun-Ping and David Mi

SUPPORTER Alison and Ryan Turner Amanda and Jason Tracey Amy Richardson Angela Yim and Scott Sullivan Arianne and Brandon Shapiro Ashley and Brad Barrett Becky and Bryan Walley Danielle Martin Debbie and Bryan Merryman Jackie and Rion Zimmerman Jennifer Nguyen and Justin Mi Jennifer Quan and Jon Livingston Maureen and James Schimmoller Michelle and Matt Poe Julie and Craig Gerber Kelly and Joe Self Melissa and Blair Heuer Roya and Jeff Fohrer Sandy and Alan Whitman Sandy and Jason Roberts Stacy and Bryce Canfield Stephanie and Robert Sepulveda Suanne and Winston Mi Trygve Siverson Yassie Holiday

FRIEND April Danz and Kelly Johnson Danielle Albini Deb and Jon Beckett Elizabeth and James Bray Jennifer and Matthew Goldman Nicole and Vince Anido

CORPORATE AND FOUNDATION GIVING Advantage Ford Lincoln Amazon Smile Foundation Arroyo Insurance Services CooperSurgical East West Bank Enterprise Holdings Gardner Grout Foundation Heuer Family Charitable Fund Hot Dog on a Stick John Aaroe Group Community Foundation Keith & Debra Cantrell Charitable Fund Kona Ice Los Angeles Partyworks Los Angeles Turf Club Nitropod Pasadena Tournament of Roses Foundation Playhouse District Association Pledgeling Foundation Smart & Final Charitable Foundation State Farm Insurance – TG Metzger Tropical Shave Ice Truck Union Bank Wells Fargo Foundation Whole Kids Foundation