Support The Memorial

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The National World War II Memorial has been funded primarily by private contributions. Every donation, whether large or small, will support the memorial now and in the future. As a donor, you will be listed as a Charter Member of the World War II Memorial Society and you will receive the following benefits:


A subscription to the World War II Memorial Newsletter, Certificate of Appreciation, and a personal Membership Card

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All of the above, plus the World War II Memorial Lapel Pin

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All of the above, plus a large scale limited edition print of the memorial, suitable for framing

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All of the above, plus a print of Norman Rockwell’s painting, The Homecoming

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All of the above, plus a personal copy of the Donor Book of Remembrances that will be published following the memorial’s dedication

Any U.S. citizen who helped win the war, either a veteran or someone on the home front, is eligible for the Registry of Remembrances. You may enter your own name, or the name of someone you wish to honor for their service to our country during the war. The Registry of Remembrances will be available for viewing electronically at the memorial and on our web site to ensure that the names of these Patriotic Americans are recorded in history for all time.

You do not have to make a donation to enter a name into the Registry of Remembrances. However, if you would like to receive a certificate that includes your name and the name(s) of the individual(s) you honored, a minimum $20 donation is required, as reflected in the donation premium descriptions above.

To support this long overdue tribute to the men and women who helped win World War II, both overseas and on the home front, please click here to make a secure online donation and enroll in the registry (important: your browser must support 128-bit encryption, if it does not, or you're not sure, the next page will have links to a location where you can easily upgrade your browser to do so) or click here to print and fax a donation and registry form

You may also make a donation or request information by calling 1-800-639-4WW2. An operator will take your call.

Charitable contributions to the National World War II Memorial Campaign are tax-exempt under Section 170(c)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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