The support of individuals, organizations and companies helps MIRC fulfill its mission to preserve and share rare and historic films with students, researchers, historians and film scholars and buffs worldwide.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available. You can make a donation to honor a loved one, sponsor a set of films within the collection, or contribute to a specific aspect of the project, such as funding student workers or the technology endowment.
We thank these sponsors for their generosity and commitment to protecting and providing access to the U.S. Marine Corps Film Repository.
Richard and Novelle Smith honored family members, Marines, brothers, and USC Alumni, Lt. Col. James H. Davis and John S. Davis, through funding a 2,000 square foot cold storage vault and scanning center to support the U.S. Marine Corps Film Repository.
The Parris Island Historical & Museum Society has been a generous partner since the inception of the U.S. Marine Corps Film Repository. In addition to contributing funding, staff are actively working with MIRC to secure additional funding and build supportive partnerships within the community.
The Marine Corps Heritage Foundation has partnered with MIRC, providing expertise, assistance with outreach and funding to help meet our shared mission to preserve and share the history, tradition and culture of the Marine Corps.
On Veterans Day 2016, MIRC launched the Parris Island Training Depot Crowdfunding Campaign. With the generous support of the community, MIRC raised $25,350 in 30 days to digitize 63 films shot at the Parris Island Training Depot in 1961.
Marine Corps Leagues nationwide have supported the U.S. Marine Corps Film Repository through financial donations, offering speaking engagement opportunities, and connecting MIRC with a network of Marines nationwide.