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As a nonprofit institution, the Japanese American National Museum must rely on the generosity of its friends and supporters to meet the cost of providing programs and services, year-round, to hundreds of thousands of local, national, and international visitors.

Membership & 
Donations

Become a member of JANM! In addition to benefits such as free admission, discounts on public programs and at the JANM store, your support enables the museum to continue its tradition of excellence in producing exhibitions, public programs, publications, and educational materials to preserve and share the Japanese American experience.

Other Giving Opportunities

In addition to membership, there are many other ways to support the work of the museum—including general donations, Children’s Courtyard engravings, vehicle donations, and more.

Volunteering

The heart of the Japanese American National Museum is found in its volunteers, a dedicated community of men and women, young and old, who share a commitment to the Museum and its mission by participating in all aspects of the Museum’s operation.

The Young Professionals Network (YPN) is a social and business association of young professionals that supports the National Museum and its mission to enhance appreciation for America’s ethnic and cultural diversity.

 

Museum Store

The award-winning Museum Store supports the mission of the Japanese American National Museum by providing unique, cultural merchandise through its on-site location and online store.

 

Facility Rentals

Through its facility rental program, the National Museum makes available both its spectacular Pavilion and its landmark Historic Building for corporate, community, or personal events.

 

Legacy Society

Through its planned giving program, the Museum honors those persons who have arranged a future gift to the Museum. In doing so, they acknowledge the importance of the Museum in preserving the rich heritage and cultural identity of Japanese Americans.

 

Remembrance Project

A pioneering effort to build a permanent “living museum” online featuring the stories of those whose lives were forever changed by the unconstitutional incarceration of over 125,000 people of Japanese ancestry during World War II. Make a Tribute today to honor someone you love or admire who was affected by this injustice.

 

 

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