Make a Gift to the Naval Institute Today

Your donation in support of the U.S. Naval Institute will help underwrite the open, independent, nonpartisan forum that gives voice to all who seek the finest Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard as well as safeguard and share the history of the Sea Services.

Select the Amount You Wish to Donate

If you have an existing pledge and would like to make a payment on that pledge, thank you!

Please contact us directly at (410) 295-1062 or email us at so that we can properly apply the payment.

Investment Priorities

Please select one or more investment priorities: *

* If more than one priority is selected, your donation will be split evenly between the selections.

Purchase a Brick or Chair at the new Jack C. Taylor Conference Center

In addition to your gift, consider honoring or memorializing someone in your life with a personalized brick or chair at the Jack C. Taylor Conference Center.

$2,500 x
Gift to be recognized with an engraved silver plate, permanently affixed to a seat in the Conference Center auditorium.*
*We will be in touch with you regarding text for nameplate
$1,000 x
Gift to be recognized with my name or that of a loved one, featured on a donor wall on the rooftop terrace.*
*We will be in touch with you regarding text for donor wall

The Naval Institute is a private, not-for-profit educational institution. It receives no government funding. Classified by the IRS as a 501(c)3, the Institute operates from revenues generated by book sales, membership dues, from tax-deductible gifts made to the Naval Institute Foundation. The Naval Institute Foundation gratefully accepts gifts or multi-year pledges via cash, check, credit card, or appreciated stock. See the Ways To Give page for more information.

Leadership Circle recognizes gifts of $1,000 or more within a calendar year. It is the first of the Naval Institute's premier gift-recognition societies and provides donors with special courtesies and benefits. See the Donor Recognition page for more information.

For additional information or questions, please call Amanda Ojeda at (410) 295-1062 or e-mail her.