National Museum of the American Latino
Founding Donors

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Latino, established in December 2020 and currently being developed, is grateful to the United States Congress, the American people, and our donors for their support.

The National Museum of the American Latino acknowledges the generosity of its Founding Donors and the generous supporters that are helping to bring the National Museum of the American Latino to life. Founding Donors are donors who made a commitment of $1 million or more to the National Museum of the American Latino prior to its opening.

National Museum of the American Latino
Founding Donors

$10,000,000 or more

Lilly Endowment Inc.

$5,000,000 or more

Barbara and Amos Hostetter

Target Corporation


$2,000,000 or more

General Motors

Mellon Foundation

Bank of America

The Coca-Cola Company

Ford Motor Company and Ford Motor Company Fund

J. Mario Molina, M.D. and Therese Molina

Martha Molina Bernadett, M.D. and Faustino Bernadett, M.D.

John C. Molina

Josephine Molina and Heather Rudy

Janet Molina Watt and Laurence Watt

Wells Fargo & Co.


$1,000,000 or more


The Walt Disney Company

The Ford Foundation (Tides Foundation)

Microsoft Corporation

McDonald's Corporation

Henry R. Muñoz III and Kyle Ferari-Muñoz 

U.S. Bank

Contributors & Supporters

Acton Family Giving


Comcast Corporation

Margarita Paláu-Hernández, Esq. and Roland Hernández

Carlos y Robin Palomares

Hon. Roel Campos and Minerva Campos (Fidelity Charitable Trust)

Alvaro de Molina

The Schulzman-Neri Foundation

Rosy and José Luis Prado (Northern Trust Company Charitable Trust)

Philip and Mary Ann Fuentes

The Larry and Millie Magid Foundation

Southwest Airlines

Corvias Group, LLC

The Corvias Foundation

The Orange County Community Foundation

The Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Schwab Charitable Fund

The Walt Disney Company Foundation

Gaspar Enriquez

David Molina

Members of the Arturo Alfonso Schomburg Circle

Hausknost Family Trust (United Way of Greater Los Angeles)

Virginia González Hough

Eduardo Díaz (in memory of Magdaleno F. and Elisa G. Díaz)

Socorro and Ernesto Vásquez

Guillermo Peralta and Lynda Correa Peralta

Alexander Stemer and Yolanda Rodriguez Stemer