The Coral Gables Museum, which strives to engage the community in architecture design, planning and preservation, has recently received local and state recognition for its successful educational programs.
The museum received the Diamond Award for Outstanding Non-Profit Organization from the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce, recognizing the museum’s business excellence, stability and growth and community outreach.
The museum, which opened in 2011 after the city of Coral Gables paid to restore an old municipal building, has been able to increase its budget annually while making connections in the community through its exhibits and programs. Through memberships, rentals and grants from the city, county and state, the museum has been able to double its operating budget, at $893,000, since it first opened.
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