The Halle Heart Children’s Museum educates, engages and empowers nearly 30,000 children each year through an interactive and state-of-the-art experience focused on heart healthy lifestyle choices, heart function and emergency response.

Here’s how you can get involved:

  1. Spread the Word. The Museum is open to the public noon to 4 p.m. weekdays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and by appointment for group/school tours. Admission is $5 per person (Children 3 and under are free). School tours are free.
  2. Share our BOGO Coupon. We are currently offering “buy one, get one” admission. Coupons can be downloaded at http://www.hhcm.org/deals/. Please share this link with anyone you think may enjoy visiting the Museum.
  3. Book an Event. The Museum is a unique backdrop for special events year round including meetings, birthday parties, training and corporate receptions. For more information contact Claudine Wessel at (602) 414-2813 or at claudine.wessel@heart.org
  4. Be a Table Captain. The Museum is holding its first fundraising event in the late spring and is actively looking for table captains to fill a table of 10 at a free, one hour inspirational breakfast. If you are passionate about helping kids learn how to live healthier lives please consider being a table captain. More information is available by contacting Cara Foster at cara.foster@heart.org.
  5. Sponsor an Exhibit or Program. There are numerous opportunities for businesses to sponsor exhibits and programs at the Museum at wide range of sponsorship levels. Details are available by contacting Cara Foster.
  6. Get Social. Follow us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/aha.hhcm), Twitter (www.twitter.com/halleheart), and Instagram (www.instagram.com/aha.hhcm)
  7. Volunteer. The Museum is always in need of volunteers to help out with various tasks, including volunteer docents during public hours, community outreach events and so much more. For a current list of opportunities, visit our Get Involved page.

For general information about the Halle Heart Children’s Museum call (602) 414-2800 or visit www.hhcm.org.