Ways to Support

Support Our Mission

Make your tax-deductible contribution today and help us share the American law enforcement story with Museum visitors from all walks of life.

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Why Give?

It is vital to inspire an appreciation in every American citizen for the past, present, and future of American law enforcement and their value in our society. The National Law Enforcement Museum is helping to preserve the rich history of American law enforcement and is working to expand and enrich the relationship shared by law enforcement and the community through educational journeys, immersive exhibitions, and insightful programs.

Now you can help us tell the story of American law enforcement in a number of ways. Our Development Team is always happy to talk to our donors and prospective donors so please reach out to us via email givingrelations@nleomf.org or by phone 202.737.3400.


Paths for Partnership

Museum Exhibit and Program Naming Opportunities

To learn more please contact a member of our Development Team.

Annual Partner Program

This program provides recognition for our partners at all special events throughout a 12-month period. Our current levels are the Lions of Honor at a support level of $3, 000,000 and above; Defenders of Freedom at a support level of $1,000,000 to $2, 999,999; Guardians of Justice at a support level of $500,000 – $999,999; and, Keepers of Peace at a support level of $250,000 – $499,999.

Current Partners

Contact Development Team


Run for the Badge 5K | Annually in October

Average attendance is more than 1,200

Museum Attendance Sponsorships | Title I Schools, Survivors, Military Admission

Please email givingrelations@nleomf.org to talk about tailoring a program today.

Museum Educational Sponsorships

There are many unique and exciting programs we currently offer with the Museum such as our Witness to History programming, Forensic Summer Camps, specialized tour experiences and much more. We make every effort to focus on STEM components in our educational curriculum.

National Police Week

Average attendance is over 30,000