2014-2015 Donors

Star ($25,000 AND UP)

  • GlaxoSmithKlein

Legend ($10,000-$24,999)

  • PNC Bank
  • Cape Fear Garden Club
  • Time Warner Cable Connect a Million Minds

Curator ($5,000-$9,999)

  • International Paper
  • Jack & Carol Mills

Historian ($2,500-$4,999)

  • Landfall Foundation

Benefactor ($1,000-$2,499)

  • John & Stephanie Haley
  • Michael Ryan

Director ($500-$999)

  • GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy

Patron ($250-$499)

  • Martha Bbloomberg Beery
  • Helen Chandler
  • Mr. & Mrs. William E. Oakley
  • The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro in Honor of John Timmerman
  • Marcia & Sean Frelke
  • North Carolina Shell Club
  • Virginia Ross and R. Heller LLC

Donor ($100-$249)

  • Stuart Borrett
  • Daniel L. Brawley
  • T. Gwendolyn Brown
  • Melissa Collins
  • Katherine & Will Oden
  • John and Constance Siffers
  • Lonnie B. Williams, JR.

Friend (up to $99)

  • Leo Bednarczyk
  • Kathryn J. Biddle
  • Stephen Jones
  • Pamela & Terrol Rose
  • Cynthia Kunz
  • Margaret Vineyard & James Pruitt

In-Kind

  • American Chemical Society-Eastern Carolina Section
  • Mr. and Mrs. Dickson Baldridge
  • Julie Lanier Bloss
  • Mr. Robert T. Brown
  • Ronald Casterline
  • Cape Fear Community College Science Club
  • Cape Fear Museum Volunteers
  • Chick fil-A – Mayfaire
  • Jill Colsch
  • FotoFX Digital Memories
  • Mr. Thomas A Gray
  • Mike and Ruth Haas
  • Gayle Hurst
  • Joanna T. Jackson
  • Red Moon Marketing
  • LensCrafters
  • Michael Lusk
  • Wayne Moore
  • New Hanover Regional Medical Center
  • Col. R.N Patrick, USMC (Retired)
  • Chuck Pennington
  • John Perritt
  • Ms. Nancy H. Pritchett
  • Pat Schenck
  • UNCW Center for the Education of Science and Technology
  • UNCW Women in Science and Engineering

List is as of October 27, 2014. Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of this information. If you find an error, please contact the development office at cfm@nhcgov.com or 910-798-4372.

Cape Fear Museum Associates, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that exists to ensure the success of Cape Fear Museum of History and Science. We rely on annual, tax-deductible memberships and donations to help fund exhibitions, educational programs and community awareness. Your support helps preserve the Museum’s 52,000 artifacts and provides opportunities for the 46,000 yearly visitors of all ages to explore the history, science and cultures of the Lower Cape Fear region.