Membership

Membership in the Naval Historical Foundation is open to all who share an interest in the promotion and preservation of U.S. naval history. As a member, you know that preserving and commemorating the U.S. Navy’s history is of the utmost importance. Your generous contributions enable us to do so, and thereby educate the American public about that proud heritage.

Standard Member Benefits

Level Annual Dues Benefits
Student/Teacher $25 All membership benefits for one year for a student or teacher
Individual $35 All membership benefits for one year for one person, including all military personnel, active duty and retired
Family $75 All membership benefits for one year for two adults and their children or grandchildren under age 18
Sustaining $150 All membership benefits for one year, plus recognition in the Pull Together magazine

Organizational

$250 All membership benefits for one year for one organization, including Navy Squadrons, Ships, Units and other naval entities, including recognition in the Pull Together magazine and the Foundation’s Annual Report

Life

$500 This one-time payment includes all membership benefits for one person, including recognition in Pull Together magazine and the Foundation’s Annual Report
Patron $1,000 Life membership benefits for one person, plus recognition at annual special events and major commemorative activities

 

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To join or renew online, click the “Join or Renew” button above for a secure transaction through GiveDirect, run by the Independent Charities of America of which NHF is a proud member (your credit card account will show GiveDirect as a transaction).  Just be sure to indicate your level of membership (“New Membership”) or “Membership Renewal” in the Program Area section.

If you prefer to join by mail, please print out this Membership Form, fill it out, enclose payment, and mail to:

Naval Historical Foundation
1306 Dahlgren Avenue, SE
Washington Navy Yard
Washington, DC 20374-5055

Please contact us if you have any questions at (202) 678-4333.

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