Support Hiller Aviation Museum

Your help is needed — now more than ever. In 20 years of serving the community as an educational, historical, and technological resource, the museum has never been closed for this length of time, creating an unprecedented funding challenge. With the help of donors and members, the museum will not just survive this moment but thrive once again.

If you are able, please make an online donation today in support of our mission of aviation and science education. Thank you for your support!

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Your contribution is tax-deductible. Our nonprofit tax ID # is 94-3226411.

Questions: Please contact Rebecca Duran at 650-654-0200 x203 or duran@hiller.org

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. Make a difference today!

More than 50 aircraft are on display at Hiller Aviation Museum, including a 747 cockpit and nose section, Condor, and Grumman Albatross.

Exhibits and hands-on demonstrations:
Invention Lab,
Flight Sim Zone,
Drone Plex, and
Imagination Playground.
Exciting educational programs:
Aero Design Challenge,
Aviation Camp,
 
Scout Saturdays, and
School Field Trips.

Other Ways to Donate

Mail:
Hiller Aviation Museum
Development Department
601 Skyway Road
San Carlos, CA 94070

Vehicle Donations:
Click here to donate a car, truck, etc.

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Stock:

Transfer securities to Hiller Aviation Institute
Account # 1443-3821
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1950 University Avenue, #300
E. Palo Alto, CA  94303
DTC #0141

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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.