Corporations and private foundations can get involved with the U.S. Naval Academy Foundation in many ways.

Corporate Philanthropy

Local and national corporations, foundations and organizations are an integral part of the Naval Academy’s success. Their support, through outright gifts, gifts-in-kind and sponsorship of events makes possible a wide range of activities without which the midshipman experience would be greatly diminished. The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations strives to build comprehensive partnerships with organizations with shared interests and strategic priorities. Read more about the initiatives supported through the U.S. Naval Academy Foundation. 

We thank all those corporations, foundations and organizations who continue to support the Brigade of Midshipman!

Our Team

John Rudder
Senior Director, Development
410-295-4189 or email 

John Maconi
Coordinator, Corporate and Foundation Relations
410-295-4190 or email

 

If you are seeking assistance in regards to sponsoring a U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association event, check out how to Become a Corporate Sponsor

Lockheed Martin Donation Strengthen USNA Cyber Security Program

 

Making An Impression

GE Aviation is a world-leading provider of jet and turboprop engines, components and integrated systems for commercial, military, business and general aviation aircraft, and ship propulsion applications. GE Aviation has a global service network to support these offerings.. Read more ...

Booz Allen Hamilton partners with USNA Foundation on Midshipman Internships

For Midshipman Tristan Freeburger '17, his interest in a career as a cyber professional began as a plebe when he took a required course in cyber security at the United States Naval Academy (USNA). Tristan and fellow Midshipman Jorge Rivas '17 are the first-ever USNA interns at Booz Allen. Read more...

 
 

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