Support Our Mission

Contribute today to sustain a place for remembrance, reflection, and learning for years to come, ensuring that future generations will know the story of 9/11.

American flags are placed in the bronze parapets as One World Trade soars skyward amid white clouds and blue skies.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

Become a Member

A man holds a boy as the two observe an object out of view in Foundation Hall. The two of them are framed by a piece of bent structural beam from the World Trade Center.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

The Museum membership program supports our mission to honor the memories of those killed on 9/11 and educate generations to come in an effort to build a brighter future. Members receive exclusive admission benefits including free, expedited entry for you and your guests.

Get Involved

An array of hand-crafted Stars of Hope decorate a fence near the 9/11 Memorial plaza.  The stars bear messages such "Peace," "Keep the Faith," and "Love Wins."
Photo by Jin S. Lee

Join our family of supporters. The 5K Run/Walk, annual benefit dinner, The Never Forget Fund, and Summit on Security offer excellent opportunities for individual and corporate sponsorship, providing meaningful ways to help the 9/11 Memorial & Museum.


A Museum docent helps an elderly woman and man huddled to her left. The man and woman are holding a Museum guide. They look as the woman points to something on the guide with her right hand.
Photo by Monika Graff

Volunteers, serving in public-facing and office-based positions, comprise an essential part of the community at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. Volunteering is a rewarding way to get involved and give back.

Give to the Collection

A damaged and stained red wallet from the Collection of the 9/11 Memorial Museum is open on a gray table. The wallet is empty. Its left corner is burned and ripped

Collection 9/11 Memorial Museum, Gift of Anthony and Maryann Gambale, in Memory of Giovanna Gambale. Learn more at Inside the Collection.

Photo by Michael Hnatov

The Museum is actively acquiring materials for its collection such as photographs, videotapes, voice messages, recovered property, clothing and other personal effects, workplace memorabilia, incident-specific documents, and original writings including letters, e-mails, and diaries that can help illuminate personal experiences during and after September 11, 2001 and February 26, 1993.

9/11 Memorial logo on white background