Your support allows future generations to better appreciate the real stories of our heroes, their struggle and sacrifice. You can help us to honor the legacy of the “Greatest Generation” in a variety of ways.
Support the Museum with a monetary gift.
$10 For Them
The Museum receives no government funding for our ongoing operating expenses, therefore we depend heavily on admission revenue and donations to pay the bills. With every $10 you donate, you will help cover the cost of admission for WWII veterans and the resources it takes to ensure their stories are never forgotten.
Become a Member
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.
Road to Victory
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.
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.
The Jules Vernon Normandy Academy Scholarship
The Jules Vernon Normandy Academy Scholarship enables students across the United States access to lessons learned during the incredible journey the U.S. took during World War II.
John R. Whitman Normandy Scholarship
The John R. Whitman Normandy Scholarship enables students across the United States access to lessons learned during the incredible journey the U.S. took during World War II.
Governor Pete Wilson Flagstaff
Your gift will help dedicate an 80-foot flagpole in the heart of the Museum's campus in honor of Governor Pete Wilson, who has been one of the Museum's strongest advocates for over a decade.
The National WWII Museum honors the sacrifice of a generation that forged the American spirit, secured global freedom, and transformed the United States into an economic and political power. The entrepreneurial spirit of corporate America, led by dollar-a-day CEOs, surpassed their Axis counterparts, catapulting the country to victory and creating a legacy of e-companies continuing today. The Museum speaks through their voices to educate future generations—to nurture an appreciation of freedom and democracy and inspire civic responsibility.
The National WWII Museum is in the midst of a $400 million expansion plan that will quadruple the size of the original Museum facility, add state-of-the-art programs and exhibit space, enhance the library and archives, and expand collections and conservation space.