Grants and Corporate Support Opportunities at The National Navy SEAL Museum
The National Navy SEAL Museum thrives from the support and insight our corporate sponsors provide. We work with local organizations and multinational corporations to create an engaging visitor experience. We work closely with organizations to understand their goals and to craft a relationship that brings us mutual benefits. The Museum is a a 501(c)(3) organization, so your sponsorship may be partially or fully tax deductible.
Our opportunities include:
- Naming rights
- Exhibit sponsorship
- Event underwriting
- Use of the facility for corporate events
- Program support
- Muster sponsorship
- Educational outreach
We welcome new ideas and will work closely with you every step of the way, from strategy, to design, to implementation through optimization to make sure your program works to achieve the goals of the Museum and its supporters.
Please contact Rick Kaiser at 772-595-5848 to start exploring the possibilities.
Other ways you can support the National Navy SEAL Museum
Become a Member
Support the Museum. Join us in helping ensure the future vitality and growth of the Museum–while enjoying the benefits of being part of our team. Becoming a member is one of the best ways to support The National Navy SEAL Museum and Memorial. Join us in helping preserve Frogman history.
Donate to the SEAL Museum
Donate to the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum, the only museum dedicated solely to preserving the history of the Navy SEALs and their predecessors, including the Underwater Demolition Teams, Naval Combat Demolition Units, Office of Strategic Services Maritime Units and Amphibious Scouts and Raiders.
Support the Trident House
Help us provide critical and complimentary respite for the families of U.S. Navy SEALs who were killed in action (KIA) and for battle worn or injured SEALs and their families. The National Navy SEAL Museum and Memorial Trident House is a tranquil waterfront residence located directly along the beautiful Indian River.
Virginia Beach SEAL Monument
A public monument honoring Navy SEALs was long overdue – until the Museum created one on the Virginia Beach Boardwalk. The Naked Warrior stands within smooth black granite walls laser-etched with concise words and 100 photographs illustrating the entire history of SEALs and their forerunners.