April 3, 2008
The Bone People: Donors Help Protect Dinosaur Remains
Naming gifts are a part of almost all capital campaigns, but a new effort in Pittsburgh is drawing small gifts as well as large ones.
The Carnegie Museum of Natural History, which is trying to wrap up a $36-million campaign, has raised nearly $800,000 by offering companies and individual donors the opportunity to attach their name to a dinosaur bone. Donors can spend as little as $25 for a dinosaur tooth and up to six figures for an entire dinosaur skeleton as part of the museum's
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