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Annual Campaign

AMC Museum Foundation, Inc.
This campaign will be reactivated in the winter of 2022. Thank you for your interest and to those who donated.

Preserving the incredible heritage of air mobility requires a Team effort of staff, volunteers, Foundation, and financial supporters to advance our mission as an aviation and aerospace education, scientific, cultural, historical, and inspirational facility for the public and the Air Force Community.

On behalf of this Team, we are asking for your support to continue the mission of this world-class educational and historical museum. The AMC Museum Foundation operates as a nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization as the primary source for securing the resources needed to achieve this mission since these funds are not provided by the federal government.

We are asking for your support with a tax-deductible donation to the Museum Foundation. Any amount will help continue the great work done by the Museum Team and enjoyed by thousands each year.

As steward of these funds, we assure you that all will be used to restore and maintain aircraft, care for priceless artifacts, construct new exhibits, execute educational programs, and support our dedicated volunteers.

I would also like to encourage each of you to consider becoming a member of the Foundation Team and/or a volunteer supporting the AMC Museum’s mission. I guarantee you will be rewarded many times over.

This year, the highest donor will receive a signed photo by Lt Col Dick Cole, the last Doolittle Raider who passed in April 2019. All $200-plus donors will have a chance to win a similar signed photo. All $150-plus donors will be entered into a drawing for a flight in a 1941 Stearman or a Schweizer 2-33 glider. And the first 50 $100-plus donors will receive their choice of a Berlin Airlift Giclée or StarLifter Liberty Salute Giclée.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Bill Welser, President
Air Mobility Command Museum Foundation
Your Support Provides...
A museum volunteer shows a group of people how to fly a PT-17 on a flight simulator.
The KB-50 is shown being restored.
An image of a military parade occuring in front of Hangar 1301, now known as the AMC Museum, during World War II.
A family is seen approaching and entering the museum's KC-135.
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