A special thanks
Our Sponsors And Donors
The South Pacific World War II Museum is grateful for the generous donations from businesses, companies and individuals. Without them, this project would never have got off the ground. Seed funding is very important to the establishment of the Museum, particularly in assisting with the initial administrative costs and the on-going costs associated with our major fundraising campaign.
We would like to acknowledge the generosity of our donors by listing their names below. If you would like to contribute to the Museum project in any way, we would dearly like to hear from you, to discuss your support further. Alternatively, a donation can be made via our PayPal donations page.
Join Our Navara Fund Today
‘Navara’ is the Bislama for coconut seedling which provides a local and meaningful name for our ‘seed fund’ for the South Pacific WWII Museum in Luganville, Vanuatu.
Navara grows to a mature coconut, a highly valued and multipurpose tree in Vanuatu with its wide range of uses domestically and commercially – and its products highly recognised internationally. We believe it is an appropriate name to reflect our value in creating the world’s unique South Pacific WWII commemorative and living museum, for local and international visitors and communities.
The Navara Fund will cover the costs of managing the Project Office, welcoming visitors and running the marketing activities to secure the multi-million funding required for our museum.The Elwood J Euart Association will work with donors to ensure they receive formal recognition and benefits from their support. The Fund asks each sponsor for support of up to three years.
If you are a business or individual who wishes to become a Navara Fund member, please contact the Museum at [email protected]
Companies & businesses that have provided seed funding
Companies & organisations that have provided donations in-kind