The NTC Foundation was established in 2000 by the City of San Diego as a 501(c)3 nonprofit foundation to enrich the lives of San Diegans by renovating 26 historic buildings at the former Naval Training Center to create, facilitate and operate a broad-based complex focused on experiencing the arts, culture, and creativity that are the hallmark of the San Diego region.
You can support the NTC Foundation’s mission by making a tax deductible gift in the following ways.
“NTC wants You!”….to be a Recruit…..or a Commander…..or even an Admiral when you join the new “Friends of NTC.”
2013 is the 90th anniversary of the opening of the Naval Training Station in 1923. Now NTC Foundation is making history! We have 80 tenants in 16 renovated buildings; we’ve received great press in the past few months; and 350,000 people a year enjoy our thriving NTC Arts & Culture District at Liberty Station.
Your membership at any level will assure our historic buildings stay “shipshape” AND we can advance the success of the NTC Arts & Cultural District at Liberty Station. Memberships begin at the $50 Recruit level all the way to $1000 Admiral’s Circle.
Recognize Your Loved One with a Dedicated Rosebush
Honor your loved one with a gift that recognizes unshakable love, commitment, trust and perseverance.
The NTC Foundation offers you a special opportunity to dedicate a beautiful rose bush in the Sybil Stockdale Rose Garden at NTC in the heart of the NTC Arts & Culture District at Liberty Station…a new destination that itself has bloomed into a San Diego landmark.
A commemorative plaque with your personal message will be implanted adjacent to your designated rosebush. This is a limited opportunity with only 110 tribute rose bushes available. Your $500 donation to the NTC Foundation will be used to help preserve the historic buildings at the former Naval Training Center and their new mission as the NTC Arts & Culture District.
For the past six years the NTC Foundation has provided an innovation education program for at-risk youth called The Liberty School. Over 1000 students have gone through the program, and nearly 20 Resident Arts & Culture Groups have participated, making this one of the most unique and impactful arts education outreach programs. This is a program that relies 100% on donations – all funds pay artists and instructors.
Need: $3 million; Secured: $1.28 million
The Point Loma Legacy Campaign is a community effort, led by long-time Point Loma residents Roberta and Malin Burnham, to commemorate Point Loma’s history and leadership through sponsorship of the restoration of the NTC Command Center. A special feature of the NTC Command Center is the historic display honoring the Point Loma families and many Peninsula attributes that contributed to the growth of San Diego. Leadership support for this project has been generously given by the Burnham Family, the Hervey Family Fund, the Peter Peckham Family, and Conrad Prebys. Join us today as we honor our past and celebrate the future of a new Point Loma landmark.