Join the Museum and Memorial
Members enjoy unlimited free admission, discounts in the Museum Store and Café, invitations to exclusive events and more.
Make a Tribute Gift
Support the Museum and Memorial while honoring or expressing gratitude and appreciation to a friend, family member or coworker; celebrating a special occasion; or memorializing a loved one.
Leave a Legacy
You can ensure future generations learn about service and sacrifice. Impact the lives of others for years to come by remembering the Museum and Memorial in your will and estate plan.
Support through corporate sponsorships and Business Roundtable memberships showcases your company as a community partner while making a charitable, tax-deductible contribution.
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Donate an Object
Other Ways to Give
As a Museum and Memorial donor or volunteer, your gift may be eligible to be matched by your employer or the company from which you retired. Many community-minded companies match their employees’ donations to organizations like the National WWI Museum and Memorial. While most programs match contributions dollar for dollar, some will even double or triple the amount of the gift. Some companies that have a matching gifts program are Sprint, General Electric, State Street and ExxonMobil, but there are many more. Check with your employer’s website or Human Resources Department to get started.
Please contact a member of the Development staff for instructions at 816.888.8145. The gift will be made through Midwest Trust Company in Kansas City and must be completed by end of business Dec. 31 to be considered a gift made this year. Information needed includes: name of donor, name of stock, number of shares, market value, ticker symbol, cost basis and donor intent/restrictions.
Please contact a member of the Development staff for instructions at 816.888.8145. The transfer will be made through UMB Bank in Kansas City and must be completed by end of business Dec. 31 to be considered a gift made this year.
The IRA Charitable Rollover provision allows individuals who have reached age 70 ½ to donate up to $100,000 to charitable organizations directly from their Individual Retirement Account (IRA) without treating the distribution as taxable income. Please contact your tax advisor if you would like to take advantage of this provision. The National WWI Museum and Memorial is a 501(c)3 charitable organization. (EIN: 43-6052673)
Make check to: the National WWI Museum and Memorial
Mail to: 2 Memorial Drive, Kansas City, MO 64108
Gifts must be postmarked by no later than Dec. 31 to be considered a gift made this year.