The Museum of Teaching and Learning (MOTAL) Launches End of Year Charitable Giving Program

The Museum of Teaching and Learning, (MOTAL) a Fullerton based nonprofit organization is pleased to announce that they have reached hundreds of school-aged children, educators and historians with its A Class Action exhibit now on display at the Old County Courthouse in Santa Ana. MOTAL is seeking charitable gifts to the organization so they may continue to reach its mission.

MOTAL has continued as a “museum without walls,” fulfilling its mission to create exhibits and events that explore, communicate, and celebrate how people learn. Explore their web site at for more information or “like” them on Facebook.

According to Dr. Greta Nagel, founding director of MOTAL our showcase is “a million dollar exhibit” that has cost well under $100,000, thanks to ingenious cost cutting, the generosity of our partner institutions, and the kindness of great individuals who have volunteered and/or provided pro bono services.

Now MOTAL is seeking additional dollars to bring the exhibition on the road as a traveling show to students throughout southern California. Your charitable gift can make a difference in the lives of school-aged children enhancing their education.

MOTAL is a 501-(Cc) (3) and all donations are tax-deductible and can be directed to MOTAL, PO BOX 4820. Fullerton, CA. 92834-3820

Individual, corporate and matching corporate gifts are welcome.

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