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Planned Giving - Contact Us

Contact Us

Planning your estate and legacy can be confusing, but it doesn't have to be! At the Science Museum, we want to help take away the confusion and fear that might surround this topic.

We share your love of science, and want to help you reach your goals. And no, we're not paid on commission, so we can keep your interests and intentions front and center.

Reach out to one of us today for a simple, no-strings-attached consultation. We'd love to show you how easy it can be to help your family at the same time you help thousands of other families in our community.

Contact us to begin your rewarding journey:

Send a Personal Request Form

Fill out a short Personal Request Form to send us any questions or comments you may have about planned giving. We'll contact you and help guide you through the process of making a decision about planned gifts.

Tell us about a planned gift you've already made

The Science Museum of Minnesota is grateful for your commitment to our mission.

We want to ensure that our records accurately represent your intentions and appreciate any information you are comfortable sharing with us. We adhere to strict privacy policies and will not share your personal information with anyone.

Simply fill out and submit a Confidential Declaration of Intent.

Contact us directly by phone or email

Greg GilesGreg Giles
Senior Development Officer
120 West Kellogg Boulevard
St. Paul, MN 55102
Phone: (651) 221-4502

Greg has over 20 years of working with donors, helping them achieve their charitable goals. He has worked for his alma mater, Hamline University, the Guthrie Theater, and the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra.

"A lot of people hear what I do for a living and think 'Eew, a fundraiser. What a hard job!'," Greg says. "But I get to spend all day helping people achieve their dreams. What could be better?"

When not in the office, Greg is a writer and photographer. He serves on the board of the Playwrights' Center, and continues his life-long love affair with the Twin Cities by living in St. Paul with his miniature dachshund.