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Anderson Corporate Foundation provides free National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium memberships to those in need through

Dubuque, Iowa – The National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium’s equitable education initiative, Everybody’s Museum Membership (EMM) program, recently received a financial boost from the Andersen Corporate Foundation in the amount of $5,000.

With a mission to improve lives and strengthen communities where Andersen employees live and work, the Foundation’s gift will provide free memberships to Dubuque residents from underserved, low-income families as well as those with intellectual and/or physical disabilities. Additionally, the funding will support camp scholarships and free outreach programs for these populations.

EMM criteria and applications can be found at rivermuseum.com/financial-assistance-programs. The program provides free admission for EMM program participants for one year to both the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium and the Mathias Ham Historic Site.

For those seeking more information on the program or for help applying to the program, contact Kimberly Mulheron, Membership Coordinator at 563-557-9545 x220 or kmulheron@rivermuseum.com

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