Make a Gift to the Naval Institute Today

Your donation to the Naval Institute’s Comprehensive Campaign, The Power to Inform, Convene, and Inspire, will help us guarantee an independent forum, create a physical flagship, and 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) 295-1054 or email us [email protected] so that we can properly apply the payment.

Campaign Investment Priorities

Please select one or more Campaign investment priorities: *

* If more than one priority is selected, your donation will be split evenly between the selections. To learn more about the Campaign and these priorities, please visit

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

In addition to your Campaign 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 Sue Sweeney at (410) 295-1054 or e-mail her.