Exterior and interior of the National Maritime Museum in Paris © National Maritime Museum / A.Fux
What is philanthropy?
Sponsorship is a gift, a business or an individual, a public interest activity. This commitment can be made in cash, in kind (gift products) or skills.
Sponsorship is not an act reserved for very large companies! 98% of corporate sponsors are TPE or SME *. From an intuitive act of generosity, patronage can also become a real strategic tool, seeking to maximize its impact on the cause and supported to create intangible value for the company.
Moreover, if the recipient is eligible for deductible sponsorship, as is the case of the Navy of the National Museum, the gift is eligible for certain tax benefits for donors (businesses and individuals).
The patronage of the Navy at the National Museum
Institution of Fine arts, history, science and technology, human adventures and Popular Traditions, the National Maritime Museum aims to present the maritime fact in its widest dimension in its sites of Paris, Brest, Port-Louis, Rochefort and Toulon.
At the National Maritime Museum, you can choose to support specific projects (exhibitions, lectures, restoration of works, activities for young audiences, etc.) or to join the business to contribute to the club development of the institution over several years. You can also give your support to one of five sites the museum.
It is to accompany it in its missions of general interest but also to give businesses of all sizes to collectively participate in sponsorship activities while reaffirming their local roots that the Club of companies of the National Museum Marine was established in 2010.