We look to our corporate partners to help us connect with our audiences where they live, work, and play. We're pleased to help our partners make a positive impact in the marketplace and the workplace. Our combined efforts have inspired and transformed lives through the lessons and ideals of this epic moment in American history.
Our experienced staff can develop and manage a unique program showcasing your support and engaging your customers, clients, and employees through VIP events, cause-branding initiatives, workforce development, and executive leadership programming.
During World War II, men and women from every walk of life stepped forward to make great sacrifices and provide extraordinary service. They could be found on the battlefront, in the halls of government and academia, on assembly lines, and in business and scientific enterprises. "We are all in this together" became the rallying cry as Americans across the nation united to defend freedom and democracy.
Dennis Muilenburg - President, Chairman & CEO, The Boeing Company
"Boeing is proud to support The National WWII Museum and help repay a debt to the soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines who sacrificed so much in that global war, many who never returned to their homes and families. We also believe that, as this Museum pays lasting tribute to all those who sacrificed on the battlefronts and the Home Front during World War II, future visitors will have a fuller appreciation of what these Americans did for us . . . and what today's generation of war fighters continue to do for us every day."
Tom Hanks - Academy Award Winning Actor
"Visiting the Museum is an intimate, emotional experience where you learn with your head and your heart. You are inspired by what this grand republic can achieve when we work together; you are astonished by the personal stories of people who were there, told in their own words. This is a place that celebrates the American Spirit—the teamwork and courage of the men and women who won World War II."
Tom Brokaw - Former NBC Nightly News Anchor
"It lifts my spirit to know that there are other generations as well who want to lay claim to the title, 'the greatest generation' for their own age group. They've come to The National WWII Museum to listen and to be inspired."
Governor Pete Wilson - Former Governor of California
"This WWII Museum is New Orleans's gift to America, so that our children and grandchildren will never forget that freedom is not free, but must be purchased with the courage and sacrifice of those willing to fight and die for it. It is one of the finest museums in America."
"The National WWII Museum has honored so many people I know from my father's generation, including my father. It's a multi-faceted institution that is not just about a still, stagnant past. It is about a vibrant living history, which means it's significant today, and will be significant tomorrow. The Museum is not just a New Orleans institution; it's a national institution, a destination that happens to be here in New Orleans."
Welcome New Partners
Bollinger Shipyards LLC
JetBlue Airways Corporation
Lamar Outdoor Advertising
Pratt & Whitney
Shell Oil Company
Six G's LLC
Superior Energy Services Inc.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
Other Ways To Give
As a Member of The National WWII Museum, you can permanently honor the service and sacrifice of your personal connection to World War II at the Museum built to honor the legacy of freedom secured by the courageous men and women of the Greatest Generation.
The John R. Whitman Normandy Scholarship enables students across the United States access to lessons learned during the incredible journey the U.S. took during World War II.
With a brick at The National WWII Museum, you have a unique opportunity to create a lasting tribute to loved ones who served their country.
Now more than ever, we need to do all we can to ensure that the courage and sacrifices of the men and women who won World War II are remembered with gratitude and respect and kept relevant for all Americans. One important way to help achieve this goal is to make a deferred planned gift to the Museum as part of your estate plan.
The Museum receives no government funding for our ongoing operating expenses, therefore we depend heavily on admission revenue and donations to pay the bills. With every $10 you donate, you will help cover the cost of admission for WWII veterans and the resources it takes to ensure their stories are never forgotten.