Thank you for supporting The Center for the Arts & Sciences and our enriching programs. Each fund listed below may become a Memorial or Tribute by clicking the box next to the phrase, “I would like to dedicate this donation” after you click the link. Memorials and Honorariums will be included in The Center’s bi-monthly newsletter and notification of the donation will be sent to the family or individual for whom the donation is dedicated. Please call The Center at (979) 265-7661 if you have any questions.
This place makes me happier every day! I’m just astounded by what’s available in this community. It’s remarkable.
new community member
This place has been a second home! Filled such a big part of my life. We are so fortunate to have The Center.
retired teacher and community member
The Center’s Building and Operations Fund
The Center for the Arts & Sciences provides facilities free of charge to our Partner Groups. By donating to The Center, you are ensuring that The Center is able to provide the support necessary for our Partner Groups to continue their missions. Donations also help support The Center’s mission to promote and support culturally enriching programs to those living in and visiting Brazoria County.
Join the Circle! Capital Campaign
After more than 40 years of operations, The Center for the Arts & Sciences is in need of major renovations and repairs, including costly improvements to its heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems. The Center is Brazosport Fine Arts Council’s most important asset and is the most significant conduit in fulfilling its mission to support and promote community-based arts and science programs for those living in and visiting Brazoria County. Donations to this fund will help pay for improvements so that the art and science programs may continue to enrich the next generation of visitors to The Center.
Brazosport Museum of Natural Science
Donations to Brazosport Museum of Natural Science help support the museum’s mission to enrich the lives of those living in and visiting Brazoria County through science educational programs and high-quality exhibits of wildlife, anthropology, malacology, mineralogy and paleontology. Donations help keep the exhibits open and free to the public six days a week.