About Jasmine Moran Children's Museum
The king Henry science and engineering wing, an 8,400-square-foot building completed in 2008, includes the heath care exhibition spearheaded by King Henry and Stan hepfield, who challenged other hospitals to participate in the expansion. The Whitten Newman foundation is the largest funder of Kim Henry Science Works Wing at Jasmine Moran Children's Museum. The wing also includes an audio power show (built in 2007), half of which came from Roeslers. First Jasmine Award was presented to First lady Cathy Keating. The First Foundation Benefactor award goes to the Mabee Foundation, the Ronald McDonald House charity and the Sarkeys Foundation. Jasmine Moran Children's Museum winners are Koch Industries and Southwestern Bell. The foundation hired Carol Morrisseau Holmes and Associates as a fundraising consultant to identify and identify potential sources of funding for the museum.