As an independent, non-profit organization, the National Electronics Museum relies on the generous support of our donors. To donate to the museum, please select from the following options:

Personal Donations:

Print and fill out the donation form and mail to: National Electronics Museum, P.O. Box 1693, MS 4015, Baltimore, MD 21203.


Fill out the online donation form on this page. Please note that once you submit the form you will be redirected to PayPal. If you would like to remain anonymous, you are not required to fill out the name, e-mail, and mailing address sections of the form.

Arthur C. Clarke Statue Fund

Sir Arthur C. Clarke was a British science fiction writer, futurist, inventor, undersea explorer and one of the towering intellects of the 20th century. While a young radar operator during WWII Clarke proposed the use of geostationary satellites to create a communication network in space over a decade before Sputnik. Clarke went on to write the science fiction classic “2001: A Space Odyssey”. Arthur C. Clarke is recognized as one of the pioneers of space exploration in the Museum’s new gallery “Satellites: Transforming our Lives”. Renowned Virginia sculptor Rubin Peacock created a life size bronze in honor of Arthur C. Clarke. The Arthur C. Clarke Foundation, Dr. Joe Pelton, Tim Logue, and the National Electronics Museum are teaming up to acquire and mount Mr. Peacock’s masterpiece outside the Museum entrance, but we need your help. The estimate cost of the project is $6,000. Help us to reach our fund raising goal and honor his legacy by donating to the Arthur C. Clarke Fund. So far we have received funds of $1,500, but we need to move ahead if this opportunity is not to be lost.

Save the Sabreliner

I am happy to say we have reached our fundraising goal to bring the Sabreliner to NEM. I had hoped we could complete the project by mid-March but we are still working through the permitting process. Keep an eye out for the move and official opening updates as we move forward. --Michael Aurele Simons, Director

Help the National Electronics Museum save Maryland’s rich engineering heritage by preserving the Sabreliner aircraft critical to the history of airborne radar development. Click here for more information.

Object & Artifact Donations:

Thank you for considering the National Electronics Museum as a repository for your historic electronics. Please click here for more information on how to donate objects and artifacts to the museum.