Ways To Give

There are many ways to honor your service or the service of your loved ones while also supporting the Museum. Unit Tributes, Benches, Trees, Seats, and Commemorative Bricks are all unique ways to ensure the continued operation of the Museum and contribute to the visitor experience. Learn more about all of the Museum’s different donor programs below.

The Founding Sponsor Program recognizes the donors who are helping to make the National Museum of the United States Army a reality. In recognition of their support, all Founding Sponsors will be featured in electronic kiosks stationed near the entrance of the Museum once it is open.

The 1814 Society is the group of supporters who share a desire to see the Army’s history preserved and exhibited for future generations. Individuals are invited to join The 1814 Society with a gift of $1,000 or more.

For donations of $5,000 and above you can join the Lexington & Concord Society. Learn more about exclusive benefits you will receive.

Honor a loved one with something that endures. Make a donation to honor and/or in remembrance of an individual.

Learn about making a gift in your will, or other deferred giving method, to the National Army Museum.

For sponsorships between $2,500 and $500,000, veterans’ groups and other service organizations can have their name listed on the Donor Wall in Veterans’ Hall – a special multi-purpose space to honor the service and sacrifice of America’s veterans.

Ensure the special Soldiers in your life are honored through this lasting tribute on the grounds of the U.S. Army’s national landmark.

Provide visitors with a moment of reflection by sponsoring a bench on the beautifully landscaped grounds of the Museum.

Sponsor a theater seat in the state-of-the-art Army Theater.

Recognize your unit and its accomplishments in perpetuity at the National Museum of the United States Army.

Sponsor a tree, planted in your name, the name of a Soldier you wish to honor, or the unit or group of Soldiers you wish to honor on the grounds of the Museum.

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