Support the Museum

Join us in fueling the passion of Corvette enthusiasts nationwide. Your support keeps our Museum thriving and growing, inspiring generations through tours, events, and unique programs like Museum Delivery and Experience Programs, Buyer’s Tours, and High-Performance Driving Events. Together, let’s celebrate the Corvette legacy, uniting enthusiasts from all corners of the globe, sharing knowledge, and preserving America’s iconic sports car for generations to come.

Show Your Support

There are many ways you can show your support for the National Corvette Museum. We welcome the opportunity to discuss your interest in making a charitable, tax-deductible gift, pledge commitment, or including the Museum in your estate plans. For additional information, please contact our Development Coordinator Lexi Stewart by email at [email protected] or by phone at 270-781-7973.

Imagining the Future

Help us achieve our shared vision of what the National Corvette Museum can become for you and future generations.

General Museum Support

These gifts may be used for general Museum operational needs.

Collection Preservation

Every donation offered toward our preservation efforts allows us to safeguard the vehicles and other artifacts in our collection for years to come.

Fund A Field Trip

Donations will fund a group of deserving students in our region to visit our Museum.

Tributes & Dedication

Purchase a brick or bench to honor, celebrate, or recognize a special person.

Elfi’s Silver Pearl Sisterhood

Join a giving society that exclusively supports the National Corvette Museum.

Estate Planning

Include the Museum in your estate plans through a bequest, life insurance policy, retirement plan or other opportunity.

Donate Your Car

Support the National Corvette Museum by donating your vehicle! Whether it's a rare classic, vintage show car, or even an everyday ride, your donation helps preserve Corvette history. Every car counts!
As with all financial matters, we encourage your consultation with an attorney, tax or investment professional. By federal law, the National Corvette Museum is not engaged in rendering legal, tax or investment advice.