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How Corporate Partners Help

Invest in Impact

Companies have been longstanding contributors of vital support over the Museum’s history—from the campaign to build the Museum on the National Mall in the late 1980s, to continued investment in the Museum’s programs and events in Washington, DC and in key cities and regions nationally and across the globe. Corporate partners not only provide ongoing financial support, but also advance the Museum’s mission to inspire citizens and leaders to confront hatred, prevent genocide, and promote human dignity.

The Museum annually reaches millions through digital engagement, educational resources, exhibitions, professional leadership programs, student and teacher training, academic workshops, and campus outreach. Each year, corporate partners help sustain the Museum’s efforts to ensure the permanence of Holocaust memory and its continued relevance in a constantly changing world. 

Recognizing Our Corporate Partners

Annual contributions from Corporate Partners support the Museum’s educational and outreach programs and its global impact.

Ways to Contribute

  • Provide unrestricted support to the Museum through annual contributions and employee matching gifts

  • Sponsor regional events, public programs, and Museum exhibitions

  • Direct grant funds to specific Museum programs that align with corporate social responsibility goals and/or corporate giving priorities

The Museum also accepts in-kind commitments of technology, equipment, and services that meet our strategic mission and project requirements.

For More Information

To learn more about levels of membership and to see a full benefits listing, download our Corporate Partners prospectus. 

For specific questions or information, please contact Cara Sodos, director of the Museum’s Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations, at