ORLANDO, Fla. — Massey Services announced their donation of $150,000 to Orlando Science Center. The donation supports the science center’s Unlock Science Campaign, which will create new exhibits and educational programs that provide high-quality STEM experiences for individuals in the Central Florida community.
A portion of the donation is designated for Food Heroes – a new exhibit and dining experience with interactive stations, educational videos, opportunities for guest speakers and cooking demonstrations. This hands-on exhibit explores the fascinating and complex world of our food system.
“We are a proud supporter of arts and education in our communities, so our partnership with Orlando Science Center is a perfect fit,” said Harvey L. Massey, Chairman and CEO of Massey Services. “For over 20 years, we have seen the positive impact the Science Center has made in Central Florida. This new STEM program will benefit many future generations in our Orlando community.”
Since 1997, Massey Services has supported Orlando Science Center with their education endeavors. Prior to the recent donation, the company generously supported the organization’s campaign in 2016 to build their early childhood exhibit, KidsTown.
“We would like to express our gratitude to Massey Services for their generous contribution to our Unlock Science Campaign,” said JoAnn Newman, president and CEO of the Orlando Science Center. “Every day, we work to create unique experiences that inspire individuals to dream big and build the skills to help them achieve those dreams. Massey’s gift is an investment in new experiences, exhibits, programs and renovated space that will engage people of all ages.”