A Campaign of this size and scope needs every willing hand. There are many ways an individual or group can help to bring the National Museum of the United States Army to reality, and we encourage your participation.
The Grassroots Volunteer Program relies on individuals, organizations, and corporations across the country that want to help promote local awareness and generate local contributions.
Grassroots volunteers help the Campaign in a number of ways. Volunteers may work within their organization’s membership or seek support in their community by asking local organizations to make donations to the Museum and distribute brochures to local businesses.
The Campaign’s staff provides volunteers with the tools necessary to be successful fundraisers. Each volunteer receives a grassroots kit, which includes items such as posters, brochures, and fact sheets to support their efforts.
Anyone interested in learning more about joining our national grassroots team should contact Beth Schultz, Director of Grassroots Development, at (703) 879-0006 or firstname.lastname@example.org