Rainbow Band

The Honor.Educate.Inspire campaign highlights how the Intrepid Museum fulfills its mission to honor our heroes, educate the public and inspire our youth. Watch the videos below and hear from our veterans who participated in the Museum’s oral history project, hear from Concorde pilot Leslie Scott as he details how the Museum teaches the history and science behind remarkable artifacts, and meet Chelsea Alonzo, a brilliant young woman who participated in the Museum’s GOALS for Girls program.

As a non-profit organization, the Museum relies on donors for critical support. With your help, the Intrepid Museum will continue to be a source of inspiration and innovation for generations to come. Make your fully tax-deductible donation today.

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Allows for the care and preservation of a historic photograph in the Museum’s collection.
Covers the cost of digitizing an entire collection of historic photographs in the Museum’s archives.
Funds an oral history interview with a veteran from Intrepid or Growler.
Helps an entire class participate in Power of One, our speaker series for students founded on the notion that a single event can change a young person’s life.
Subsidizes an Access Program designed for individuals affected by autism.
Sends a high-school student through the Leadership Institute for Today and Tomorrow (LIFTT), our year-long leadership and mentoring program for underserved and deserving youth in New York City.
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