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Source: Boston Globe

The Worcester Art Museum in Massachusetts received a $10 million donation, the largest donation it has received to-date, from the C. Jean & Myles McDonough Charitable Foundation.

Museums leaders say that donation will be used to help fund current and future operations and will help the institution’s endowment.

“The Worcester Art Museum is a tremendous resource for culture and education for people throughout New England, and an institution greatly deserving all of our support,” said Neil McDonough, Jean’s son, as reported by Boston Globe.

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Worcester Art Museum Receives Its Largest Donation