The Arnall Family Foundation, in conjunction with Oklahoma Fosters, is partnering with the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum to provide 650 Oklahoma foster parents and children free museum admission each year for the next three years.
“We are excited to partner with the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum to provide this wonderful opportunity for so many foster families throughout Oklahoma,” said Sue Ann Arnall, president of the Arnall Family Foundation. “The Cowboy is a beautiful museum with so much to offer families and children. We know it will be an enriching experience for the hundreds of families that will benefit from this partnership.”
As a part of this partnership, the free admission offer will also apply to the Cowboy’s annual Chuck Wagon Festival May 25-26.
“We want to thank the Arnall Family Foundation for partnering with us,” said Natalie Shirley, President and CEO of the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. “We love to engage with our community and educate them about the American West, and this partnership allows us to reach so many wonderful and deserving families.”
Participating foster families will only need to show their Oklahoma Fosters Exclusive Benefits card to gain free admission to the museum for all members of their family. Free admission will be given to the first 650 members of foster families that visit the Cowboy during the year.
For more information, visit nationalcowboymuseum.org.