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Published: August 3, 2020


MORE THAN 1.1 MILLION DOLLARS HAS BEEN RAISED IN AN EFFORT TO HELP THE US SPACE AND ROCKET CENTER AND SPACE CAMP IN HUNTSVILLE. THE TIMES DAILY REPORTS, AN ONLINE FUNDRAISER BEGAN TUESDAY TO ACCEPT DONATIONS TO KEEP THE OPERATIONS GOING AFTER THE ALABAMA CENTER EXPERIENCED SIGNIFICANT LOSSES TO THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC. BY FRIDAY AFTERNOON 620 THOUSAND DOLLARS HAD BEEN RAISED WITH BOEING CONTRIBUTING ANOTHER 500 THOUSAND DOLLARS. OFFICIALS ADVISE THIS IS APPROXIMATELY 75 PERCENT OF THE TOTAL AMOUNT NEEDED. DONATIONS WILL BE USED TO KEEP THE MUSEUM OPEN AND TO RESTART SPACE CAMP SESSIONS NEXT YEAR.