List of Founding Sponsors

Every person that has made a donation to the National Museum of the U.S. Army’s Campaign has helped make this Museum a reality and we are thrilled to be able to recognize them and their contributions. Below you can search for the names of the over 163,000 individuals who will forever be remembered as Founding Sponsors of the National Museum of the U.S. Army.

Search by donor’s name, organization or location below. Click on a name to view or print the certificate. For questions about the Online Listing of Founding Sponsors, please see the FAQs.

*Search is based on exact match. If you are unsure how your name appears or cannot find your name, start with a broad search (i.e. last name only) and narrow it down from there. 

FAQs

What is the online Listing of Founding Sponsors?

The online Listing of Founding Sponsors recognizes the support of Founding Sponsors of the National Museum of the United States Army. The Listing of Founding Sponsors will be featured in electronic kiosks onsite at the Museum when the Museum opens, but the online listing on the website allows us to give thanks now to everyone who is helping to make the Museum the reality.

The online listing also allows us to extend our thanks to those who cannot visit the Museum in person when it opens. The online listing allows you to show friends and family of the role you are playing in helping us build this long overdue Museum.

Can I be removed from the online Listing of Founding Sponsors?

Yes, you can choose to not be listed in the online Listing of Founding Sponsors. Please contact customer service at customerservice@armyhistory.org or 800-506-2672.

Can I be in the kiosk Listing of Founding Sponsors at the Museum but not in the online Listing?

Yes, you can choose to not be listed online but to be included in the Listing of Founding Sponsors at the Museum. Please contact customer service at customerservice@armyhistory.org or 800-506-2672.

Can I make a correction to my listing?

Yes, you can make a correction to your listing. Please contact customer service at customerservice@armyhistory.org or 800-506-2672.

I’m a Founding Sponsor, but can’t find my name. What should I do?

You must search for a name with the exact spelling or formatting that we have on file. Do not include pre- or suffixes in name searches. If you still can’t find your name, please contact customer service at customerservice@armyhistory.org or 800-506-2672.

Is the Listing of Founding Sponsors the same as the Registry of the American Soldier?

No, the Listing of Founding Sponsors is different from the U.S. Army Registries. The Listing of Founding Sponsors specifically lists those who have supported the Capital Campaign for the National Museum of the U.S. Army. The purpose of the Listing of Founding Sponsors, both online and in kiosks when the Museum opens, is to give thanks to those who have supported the Museum.

The U.S. Army Registries is comprised of the Registry of the American Soldier, the Registry of the Army Community, and the Registry of Animals in Service to the Army. The Registry of the American Soldier is free and is open for anyone who is serving, or has served wearing the U.S. Army uniform, and it is a unique opportunity to recognize and honor those who have served and supported the Army.

Both the Listing of Founding Sponsors and the U.S. Army Registries will be on permanent display at the Museum.

Can I put my hometown in the Listing instead of my current city and state?

Yes, you can choose to list your hometown instead of your current city and state. Please contact customer service at customerservice@armyhistory.org or 800-506-2672.

Can I honor someone in the Listing of Founding Sponsors?

The online Listing of Founding Sponsors is for honoring you, the supporter of the campaign to build the National Museum of the United States Army. The Founding Sponsor program recognizes the donors who are helping to make the Museum a reality. The campaign for the National Army Museum provides other ways for you to honor someone, if you’d like to learn more.

  1. Commemorative bricks
  2. Sponsoring a seat
  3. The Registry of the American Soldier; The Registry of the Army Community

I can’t get the graphics to print on the certificate. What should I do?

The graphics are considered background images when printing. You must adjust your printer settings to enable background images in order for them to show up.

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