The Fund a Need Program is a direct way for Pacific Aviation Museum Supporters to help acquire needed items for various museum Departments. One may purchase items outright or provide incremental funding to help acquire larger items. Your entire donated amount for each item is tax deductible. Your contributions to the Fund a Need program helpsrealize the goal of preserving Aviation History for generations to come. Thank you and now, please, go Fund a Need.
This cuter reduces costs and increase productivity by allowing us to cut our own stencils in shop. (total needed $1,000.)
A freezer will enable staff to safely treat artifacts for pest infestation in-house. Objects can be treated before entering collections spaces or after infestation is discovered. (total needed $600)
Our current exhibit cases are showing wear, and wooden bases are termite damaged. These conservation-grade collapsible cases are upgrades to airtight and secure. (total needed $1,500)
Needed conservation-grade mannequins to provide environment safe exhibits. Current ones are non-archival. (total needed $3,000)
Special fund to support a robust volunteer program. Funds will support training materials and programs, recognition efforts and awards, and the annual recognition dinner.
Current floor jacks are on their last legs and are beginning to wear down. A replacement is need NOW. (total needed $1,200)
Ford Island is a Military Installation and as such requires Military Identification to enter the base. If you do not have Military Identification please be prepared to provide your Full Name, Date of Birth, and last four digits of your SSN # for yourself and each guest not possessing Military Identification or notify JoBeth Marihugh at 808-892-3345 / JoBeth.Marihugh@pacificaviationmuseum.org NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 15TH, 2018.
The mission of Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor is to develop and maintain an internationally recognized aviation museum on Ford Island that educates young and old alike, honors aviators and their support personnel who defended freedom in the Pacific Region and to preserve Pacific aviation history.
Phone: (808) 892-3345