The Concord Museum recently launched the new Community Access Program (CAP), which offers deeply discounted admission tickets to clients and employees of agencies supported by the Concord-Carlisle Community Chest, according to a press release.
The new program provides $2 passes to local organizations interested in providing their clientele with reduced-price admission to the Museum, the press release said. Regular admission to the Museum is $10 for adults and $5 for children.
All organizations supported by the Community Chest have been offered this new discount program, including: Concord Family and Youth Services, Concord Housing Authority, Domestic Violence Services Network, Eliot Community Human Services, Emerson Hospital Pediatric Intervention Team, Household Good Recycling of MA, and Minute Man Arc.
The Museum also offers free admission to Big Brothers Big Sisters pairs year round.
Organizations interested in joining the new Community Access Program may contact Jenny Gratz in the Concord Museum Education Department at 978-369-9763 x 214.