The Museum is growing from strength to strength. This growth is made possible by the kind sponsorship of Individuals, Companies and Associations.
Among the individuals who contribute to this website, the following stalwarts assist with historical and other queries, advice and support:
Regular Advisors: Brig-Gen Derrick Page, Chris Teale, Steve McLean, John Coutts, Greg Pullin, Dean Wingrin, Kirk Kinnear and Kevin Furness.
Photographers: Jans Schmidtgen, Kirk Kinnear, Nic Wonfor, Greg Pullin. Alan Wienburg, Irene McCullagh, Monique Lyons and Dean Wingrin.
We would like to thank the following companies in particular for their unstinted assistance and support in many different areas:
The South African Aviation Foundation Museum (Association Incorporated Under Section 21) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the preservation and display of the history and aircraft of the South African Air Force (SAAF).
It’s stated Goal is: To promote the SAAF Museum and aviation in general as well as to raise funds to achieve the objectives of the Foundation.
The Foundation is run by civilians and does not receive any funds from the SAAF or the government. Thus, we rely solely on fund-raising activities in order to achieve our aims.
The organisation is also registered as a Non-Profit Organisation with the South African Department of Social Development (registration number 016-007 NPO). The company registration number is 2000/029820/08
Our kind sponsors include:
ER24 is a national, private emergency medical care provider that provides fast and efficient medical care to everyone in South Africa.
3M – Staunch supporters of the Museum’s restoration projects
Southern X have kindly provided sponsorship for the Team working on the Sabre.
Denel Aviation are proud sponsors of the South African Air Force Museum
Goodyear Aviation have provided a superb sponsorship in the form of tyres for the 6832 Restoration Project.
SABAT have provided batteries and support for our restoration projects.
Duram Paints have kindly provided us with materials to refurbish “The Tunnel.”