|Corporate Sponsorship||Corporate Sponsors|
The Museum Foundation solicits and accepts contributions designed to restore, recondition, or supplement artifacts currently in inventory and slated for exhibit. Many aircraft or artifacts in the current inventory are not in condition to be exhibited. While funds are being collected for physical construction of future phases, the Foundation seeks assistance from the industry in preparing the artifacts for display. Many are one-of-a-kind prototypes or variations, with no other copy in existence. The restoration and maintenance of such aircraft can be costly, but the alternative is losing a piece of history forever. Corporations sponsoring or co-sponsoring an aircraft or exhibit will be recoginzed with a plaque near their exhibit. Sponsorship may involve the entire display, or components of a display, and must meet the requirements of the U.S. Army Aviation Museum.
Another way that Corporations and businesses can provide sponsorship is by advertising on this web site. Advertising fees go first to pay for the production and up keep of this site with remaining funds shared with the Aviation Museum Foundation, Inc. Advertising cost are very reasonable and help us get the word out about the U.S. Army Aviation Museum. For more information about the costing of advertising on the U.S. Army Aviation Web Site please contact the [email protected].
Corporate Gifts and Contributions
The Aviation Museum Foundation,
Inc. supports the U.S. Army Aviation Museum through funding for special
projects which are ouside the scope and budget provided by the government.
The Foundation, a nonprofit organization governed by a board of directors
who volunteer their time and talents, reviews projects on a case-by-case
basis to determine whether or not the Foundation can financially support
such projects. Projects funded by the Foundation must meet certain
Through the generous contributions
of industry, civilian individuals and organizations, military personnel,
and Federal, state and local government agencies, the Museum Foundation
was successful in constructing and turning over to the government Phase
I of the U.S. Army Aviation Museum, which opened its doors in 1990.
While the Museum Foundation continues to support and enhance the current
museum, it has not lost sight of the original plan involving multiple phases
of construction. The current building displays only a portion of
the aircraft, archives, artifacts, and memorabilla which comprise the U.S.
Army Aviation Museum collection. The Foundation has a long range
plan of construction, and is working with Army and museum officals to coordinate
construction at a rate that can be supported upon completion. Preliminary
sketches and floor plans exist for Phase II, and construction milestones
will be paced so that aircraft and isplays are in exhibit-quality condition
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