Support Hiller Aviation Museum
Make aviation and science education possible today!
Online donations accepted below. You may make a one-time gift or a sustaining gift (recurring monthly, quarterly, or annually). Thank you for your support!
Your contributions make a difference—now more than ever! With your support, Hiller Aviation Museum enriches the science learning opportunities of thousands of students throughout the year and ensures they have real-world experience with engineering and technology that helps prepare them for a demanding 21st century job market.
More than 50 aircraft are on display at Hiller Aviation Museum, including a 747 cockpit and nose section, Condor, and Grumman Albatross.
Flight Sim Zone,
Drone Plex, and
Aero Design Challenge,
School Field Trips.
Spring Campaign Update
THANK YOU to everyone who funded the restoration of the neglected rare 1960 Hiller UH-12E5, a 5-seater prototype helicopter (formerly at the old Burger King next door). In 2020 Hiller Aviation Museum reacquired the helicopter, and with your support, the Museum’s Restoration Shop technicians will restore this helicopter into an open cockpit where kids (and adults!) can let their imagination take flight!
This will be the first open cockpit of its type at Hiller Aviation Museum–complete with two rows of seating–for families, campers, and school groups to enjoy! The project is expected to take at least 18 months, and we will announce the exhibit’s opening when it is complete.
Other Ways to Donate
Your contribution is tax-deductible. Our nonprofit tax ID # is 94-3226411.
Questions: Please contact Rebecca Duran at 650-654-0200 x203 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hiller Aviation Museum
601 Skyway Road
San Carlos, CA 94070
Hiller Aviation Institute & Museum nonprofit tax ID# 94-3226411
Transfer securities to:
Hiller Aviation Institute
Account # 1443-3821
First Clearing Corp.
(Wells Fargo Advisors)
1950 University Ave., #300
E. Palo Alto, CA 94303
Our mission: We use aviation as a gateway for people to embrace adventure and innovation while using tools of science to explore how the physical world works and how the dream of flight is made into reality.
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