The new Studebaker National Museum is dedicated to the preservation and presentation of Studebaker history and its role in America’s industrial landscape. The real significance of this special collection lies not in the past, however, but in the future, to be shared with our children, grandchildren and generations to come.
In order to provide a stable, reliable, and perpetual funding source for the Museum, the Studebaker National Museum Foundation was established in 2007. The primary role of the Foundation is to manage the Eli Spicer Studebaker National Museum Endowment.
Funds from the Endowment are used to provide funding for the exhibitions and programs that make the Museum a vibrant, world-class institution.
Gifts to the Endowment may be made for specific purposes. Naming opportunities are available. For more information, contact Pat Slebonick at (574) 235-9108 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are ready to keep the Studebaker flame burning for generations to come, donate now.