Since 2010, the Museum has welcomed more than 13,000 WWII veterans to its campus, free of charge, as part of the $10 for Them campaign. Thanks to our tremendously generous donors and friends, we have received enough money to fully fund the campaign—WWII veterans will always receive free admission to America’s National WWII Museum, which honors their dedication and sacrifice during the war that changed the world.
We are continuing the campaign, however, with a new mission: to fund the resources needed to continue telling and preserving the WWII generation’s stories forever. Each day, 362 WWII veterans—their memories, their stories—pass away. We want to make sure their sacrifices and efforts are remembered, however help is needed to capture and preserve their stories for future generations. The Museum’s collections now include more than 9,400 personal accounts from WWII veterans, and it is imperative to our mission to continue gathering these stories while we still have veterans alive to share them.
So please, help us honor them and give $10 today so we can keep their stories alive.
Other Ways to Give
As a Member of The National WWII Museum, you can permanently honor the service and sacrifice of your personal connection to World War II at the Museum built to honor the legacy of freedom secured by the courageous men and women of the Greatest Generation.
With a brick at The National WWII Museum, you have a unique opportunity to create a lasting tribute to loved ones who served their country.
Considering selling or trading in your old car, truck or SUV? Give it new life by donating it to The National World War II Museum.
Our collection consists of objects ranging in size from tiny uniform buttons to large military aircraft. Our donors understand that as America’s WWII Museum, we will be a resource to researchers and educators for generations to come.
Now more than ever, we need to do all we can to ensure that the courage and sacrifices of the men and women who won World War II are remembered with gratitude and respect and kept relevant for all Americans. One important way to help achieve this goal is to make a deferred planned gift to the Museum as part of your estate plan.