Make a Contribution to Help the Aquarium Build on its Mission

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Aquarium of the Pacific

Contributions support the Aquarium of the Pacific build on its mission to instill a sense of wonder, respect, and stewardship for the Pacific Ocean, its inhabitants, and ecosystems.

Since its founding in 1998 the Aquarium of the Pacific has been developing plans for increasing its offerings through new programs, new galleries, and an expanded footprint. Accordingly, the Aquarium’s leadership, in partnership with its trustees, board of directors, and other supporters, has implemented a ten-year master plan outlining the institution’s goals for the future. 

This bold and visionary plan includes expansion of the Aquarium’s physical, educational, and programmatic capacity-ambitious goals that call for exciting new exhibits and buildings. Under the master plan thus far the Aquarium has established the Watershed Exhibit and classroom in 2008, the Molina Animal Care Center in 2010, and the Ocean Science Center in 2011. Future plans include new exhibit galleries featuring multimedia presentations that will communicate stories about important ocean issues.

If you would like to be a part of the Aquarium’s future plans, there are many opportunities to be involved. Your contributions will help the Aquarium of the Pacific build on its mission to instill a sense of wonder, respect, and stewardship for the Pacific Ocean, its inhabitants, and ecosystems. Visit the Aquarium of the Pacific website for more information about future plans.

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  1. Ibencruzin says:

    May I ask a question…North Long Beach Project Area already supplies over 6 million dollars annually in taxpayer dollars that pay for the Aquarium Bonds as a swap with the PoLB. The Aquarium cannot make enough money to pay its rent. North Pac is responsible for taxpayer dollars to pay this which the Aquarium denies and claims they do not spend taxpayer dollars. So, why would we want to donate more when our property taxes gives them 6 million?