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The Navy community values your commitment. We help you show it.

100% of proceeds support the Navy's Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department, enhancing programs and support for the military community.
By taking advantage of our sponsorship opportunities, your brand can develop meaningful and long-lasting relationships with the Navy consumer market.

Deliverables may include:
Brand inclusion on global MWR advertising campaign collaterals, Social media engagement, On-site activation, Hospitality, Verbal recognition, Military leadership engagement, Earned media exposure
Promote your brand to over 1.5M loyal military consumers while making an impact on the lives of military families.


Navy MWR Sponsorship Opportunities

Navy MWR Esports

Be part of the Navy MWR Esports Program! Tournaments are WORLDWIDE and provide opportunities that combine our Sailors’ love of competition with an exciting activity. Partner benefits include multiple engagement opportunities to reach the Navy military community.

Operation MWR Concert Series

Great Navy Campout

Since 2015, the Great Navy Campout has encouraged thousands of military members and their families to get outdoors and camp! The goal is to inspire Sailors and their family members to reconnect with nature and wildlife over the summer by participating in installation MWR camping events worldwide between June and September. More than 40 installations participated in 2022.

Family camping

Navy MWR Liberty Program

The Liberty Program offers single and unaccompanied Sailors (E1-E6) a place to discover new leisure interests, use computers, play video games and billiards, watch movies, participate in social activities and participate in outdoor recreation outings and trips to explore the local area.

Sailor playing Pool

Fitness, Sports and Aquatics

Includes 92 operational pools and 131 fitness facilities located on 70 Navy installations. In addition, Navy MWR aquatics facilities offer swim lessons, family fitness programming, aquatics fitness classes and command training support. Navy gyms and fitness centers are the most frequently visited on-base MWR facilities. More than 12 million military community members use our fitness, sports and aquatics facilities on an annual basis.

Sailor doing chinups

Navy Wounded Warrior

Navy Wounded Warrior is the Navy’s sole organization for coordinating the non-medical care of seriously wounded, ill and injured Sailors and Coast Guardsmen and providing resources and support to their families and caregivers. Regional non-medical care providers tailor support to each enrolled service member’s recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration needs.

Navy Wounded Warrior in hospital bed

Warrior Care Month

November is Warrior Care Month. It was established in 2008 when former Secretary of Defense Robert F. Gates declared it would be a “Department of Defense effort aimed at increasing awareness of programs and resources available to wounded, ill and injured service members, their families and those who care for them.

Warrior Care Month Show of Strength image collage

DoD Warrior Games

More than 40 wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans will represent the Navy and Coast Guard in friendly competition with teams from the Army, Marine Corps, Air Force and Special Operations Command (SOCOM) in the Department of Defense (DoD) Warrior Games. 

Sailor running track at Warrior Games

Navy Gold Star (Bells Across America)

The Navy's official program for providing long-term support to surviving families of Sailors who die while on active duty. Bells Across America - Navy installations throughout the nation will participate in Bells Across America for Fallen Service Members ceremonies in September to honor those who died while on active duty. The ceremonies are held in association with Gold Star Mother’s and Family’s Day, which is observed on the last Sunday in September.

Bells across America for Fallen Soldiers ceremony photo

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