Ways to Give
The National Museum of World War II Aviation needs your support to help preserve our nation’s aviation heritage and honor the men and women whose contributions and sacrifices made victory possible in World War II. A wide range of individual, corporate, foundation, and governmental support is essential to keep the museum going and its fleet of restored World War II aircraft flying—but the entire effort is built on the foundation of individual donors like you.
Contributions of any amount are welcome. You can make a general donation or target your gift to support a specific focus such as historical preservation, education or flight operations. You can make a gift by sending a check in any amount to The National Museum of World War II Aviation—775 Aviation Way, Colorado Springs, CO 80916, or by donating online. The National Museum of World War II Aviation is a tax deductible 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
The Museum is actively seeking original historical materials that directly relate to World War II Aviation. The Museum’s collection efforts are directly focused on those materials that will help reveal and strengthen the themes, topics, and individual stories that are at the core of the museum’s mission.
The Museum is especially interested in objects and other materials such as:
- Support and maintenance tools and equipment
- Pilot Training materials
- Pilot and aircrew clothing
- Original maps
- Insignias, decorations, honors
- Personal diaries, letters, and other manuscript or archival material
- Aircraft directly related to the story of WWII aviation
- Homefront related artifacts
Like most museums, the National Museum of World War II Aviation only accepts unrestricted donations of historical materials. All donors of historical materials to the Museum will receive a written deed-of-gift.
Individuals contemplating major gifts to the Museum are encouraged to contact Bill Klaers at 719-637-7559 or click below to use the contact form to discuss naming and other opportunities open to major contributors.
Purchase a Memorial Brick to honor your veteran, family or organization
The National Museum of World War II Aviation has started a personalized Memorial Brick Program to raise money for the next phase of the museum’s capital development program—a 40,000 square foot hangar to house the museum’s fast-growing collection of World War II aircraft and artifacts. Your tax-deductible gift of $250 will help fund our expansion project and support our mission to promote the historical importance of American aviation in World War II. Bricks purchased now will be installed in the Memorial Plaza during the expansion project.
Purchase a Memorial Bench
Memorial benches are available for purchase and placement in the museum for a $5,000 donation. Each bench is hand-crafted in the museum’s workshop and includes a brass plaque that can be inscribed to recognize your family’s contribution or honor someone you love.
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