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Individual support

Patrons

Our Patrons' support enables vital conservation of the Museum's collections and funds for acquisitions of objects that preserve the history of the army.

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Corporate partnerships

Corporate support

Through our partnerships companies enjoy an exclusive relationship with the National Army Museum, an internationally respected institution located in the heart of London.

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Corporate support

Corporate sponsorship

Unique exhibitions and a fascinating collection of objects provide opportunities for bespoke partnerships which raise your company profile with the National Army Museum.

Corporate support

Corporate supporters

Corporate support is an essential part of our ability to deliver the world-class museum experience that our visitors expect and our collection deserves.

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Family membership

Family membership

Join as a Family Member today to experience and discover more of the National Army Museum with a year of benefits for you and your family.

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More ways to support the National Army Museum

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American Associates

The American Associates of the National Army Museum is a US non-profit organisation which aims to raise awareness and support for the Museum and its mission.

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Leave a legacy or tribute

Remembering the National Army Museum by leaving a gift in your Will can help us build and care for the collections, support exhibitions and deliver innovative learning, outreach and research programmes.

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Society of Friends

The Society of Friends support the National Army Museum through an annual donation used for conservation or acquisition of items of interest to the Museum and its visitors. Registered as a separate charity, the Society of Friends host their own activities and events.

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