Hundreds of participants, many of them wearing light blue T-shirts, gather together at the annual 5K Run/Walk.
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Get Involved

Join our family of supporters. The 5K Run/Walk & Community Day, annual benefit dinner, and Summit on Security offer excellent opportunities for individual and corporate sponsorship, providing meaningful ways to help the 9/11 Memorial & Museum.

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Corporate Membership

The 9/11 Memorial & Museum relies on the generosity of its donors and visitors, including corporate members, to ensure that this magnificent and vibrant Museum continues to honor those killed on 9/11 and commemorate the sacrifice, humanity, and bravery displayed on that tragic day and in the months that followed.

Dozens of participants pass through a blue, inflatable finish line arch at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum 5K Run/Walk. Spectators watch in the distance.
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5K Run/Walk & Community Day

Join us for the eighth annual 9/11 Memorial & Museum 5K Run/Walk and Community Day on April 26, 2020, to remember the nearly 3,000 men, women, and children killed on 9/11 and honor the spirit and resilience of New York City.

Hundreds of people sit around dozens of circular tables in a sweeping view over a large ballroom that’s lit purple. A speaker stands on stage at the center of the room with a spotlight shining on him.
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Benefit Dinner

Each year, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum’s benefit dinner recognizes the outstanding contributions and achievements of those who have given so much to help our city heal, and to reinforce the organization’s mission to honor the victims and educate future generations.

Three men in suits sit in chairs onstage at the Summit on Security. A projected outline of the event behind them says the event they’re taking part in is about “identifying new vulnerabilities.”
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Summit on Security

In 2018, the inaugural 9/11 Memorial & Museum Summit on Security, presented by First Data, brought together many of the world’s leading voices on security matters from across the public and private sectors, including: Gen. (Ret.) Keith Alexander, Michael R. Bloomberg, Frank J. Bisignano, the Rt. Hon. David Cameron, Cathy Engelbert, Howard W. Lutnick, Secretary Kirstjen M. Nielsen, Gen. (Ret.) Lori J. Robinson, David Sanger, and Julie Sweet.

These experts provided a wide range of meaningful insights on the need for a more expansive and vigilant approach to ensuring safety and organizational resiliency in the face of heightened attacks on both physical and digital infrastructure. Now an annual event, the Summit on Security seeks to continue to foster discussion of how we can all make our companies, our cities, and our nation safer.