Support the Museum of Mathematics -- Credit Card or Check

A unique and innovative institution, the Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) strives to enhance public understanding and perception of mathematics as an evolving, creative, and aesthetic human endeavor. Slated to open in Manhattan in 2012, the Museum's hands-on, interactive exhibits will provide a place for children and adults to experience the excitement of math. MoMath will be North America's only museum devoted to the wonders of mathematics and its many connections, from art to science to finance.

If paying by check, please make your check out to:

Museum of Mathematics
134 West 26th Street, Suite 4S
New York, NY 10001

Please make sure you also click the "I will send payment by check." box under the contribution amounts.

If you have additional questions about making a donation, please email donate@momath.org.

 

For a limited time, you can donate to Adopt-A-Bot!

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Contribution
In 1796, Gauss discovered how to construct a regular 17-gon with a ruler and compass.
The largest triangular Fibonacci number.
The hyperfactorial of 3: 1 × (2×2) × (3×3×3).
The number of different space groups that describe possible crystal packing symmetries.
The third perfect number.
The product of 3 consecutive prime numbers: 7 × 11 × 13.
The number of ways to tile a 6 x 10 rectangle with the full set of pentominoes.
The sum of the numbers 1-100, which Gauss calculated instantly, impressing his teacher.
The fourth perfect number, the largest known until 1456.
Three cubed cubed.

What's your favorite number?
Adopt a 'bot! Any contribution of $5,000 or more to the National Museum of Mathematics allows you "adopt" one of the robots in MoMath's new blockbuster exhibit, Robot Swarm. Each robot sponsor gets to name one of the robots, and receives a personal tour of the exhibit. A key to the sponsored robots with the names and credit to the donors (as per the acknowledgment filled in below) will be included on the Robot Swarm informational deck in the Museum. The number of robots available is limited, so adopt your 'bot now! If you are contributing to adopt a robot, make sure to fill out the Adopt-A-Bot section at the very bottom of this page. Thanks for supporting Robot Swarm.
 
 
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Adopt-A-Bot

Adopt a 'bot! Any contribution of $5,000 or more to the National Museum of Mathematics allows you "adopt" one of the robots in MoMath's new blockbuster exhibit, Robot Swarm (see above for details).

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We are unable to offer refunds for Museum admission, event admission, memberships, or other contributions. Memberships are non-transferable. By authorizing this payment to the National Museum of Mathematics, you accept the Museum’s refund policy.


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