Make a Donation
Admission fees only cover a small portion of the cost of maintaining our facility and collections and running educational programs. If you enjoy the museum or if you believe in our mission to preserve the memory of America’s sacrifices and achievements during WWII, we ask you to make a contribution.
Your support of the Wright Museum’s Annual Fund provides critical support for our educational programs, original and traveling exhibitions, artifact conservation and more. In others words, the Annual Fund helps keep the doors of our museum open to nearly 19,000 visitors yearly.
In return for your support, you will receive recognition in our Annual Report. For those who donate $100 or more to the fund, we will send you an original Wright Museum bookmark.
Buy a Brick
Individuals, military units, and civilian organizations may be commemorated by loved ones who make a donation to our “Buy a Brick” program. A Bronze plaque bearing your message will be mounted in the museum’s new Remembrance Garden located at the front of the Museum facing Center Street.
Your tax-deductible contribution of $100 will permanently honor a loved one while supporting the museum’s educational mission and the new Remembrance Garden.
A not-for-profit educational institution, the museum is supported largely through private donations made by individuals, corporations, and foundations.
Whether through the museum’s membership program or through contributions to the Wright Museum’s annual fund drive, the generous contributions of our supporters and patrons are responsible for engaging exhibits and compelling educational programs that educate a wide variety of audiences of all ages.