The Yanks Air Museum is a recognized 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Your greatly appreciated tax deductible donation will
help to sponsor a Veteran, a Pioneer, an Innovator or an American Hero.
In a few short years there will no longer be any WWII veterans alive. Our Korean and Vietnam vets are now in their seventies and eighties. Please help the Yanks Air Museum to record, memorialize and present our precious American Veteran's histories in the museum.
To show our gratitude, we would like to offer you as a sponsor of a Legacy Profile, Featured Legacy Profile or a customized Feature Legacy Album additional benefits that you can personally use and share throughout the year.
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Your Featired Legacy Donation helps the Yanks Air Museum to produce and present the Profile of a single person's history on a specialized kiosk in the museum and will be proudly presented on the official museum website.
Includes a Preservation Membership with these additional perks:
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Your Legacy Album Donation helps the Yanks Air Museum to customize a photo, video and audio recording album of the Profile's complete history. It can be viewed and shared through email, social media and at the museum. The Legacy Profile album will be featured in the museum and presented on the official museum website.
Includes a Hritage Membership with these additional perks:
These are real people – parents, grandparents, nieces, nephews, husbands, daughters and sons.
They gave and are giving so much to serve, protect, build and support our American freedoms and way of life. Their achievements deserve to be recognized and their stories need to be heard and remembered. Without recording, preserving and sharing their legacies future generations will have truly missed a genuine opportunity to know their American heritage and be inspired by those who blazed the trails before them.
A teenage girl, with her cell phone in hand ready to capture her attention, is languidly staring at an airplane in the museum. Her father taps at the glass kiosk in front of it and finds his Grandmother's Legacy Profile that he had submitted. “Look honey, see these pictures? This is your Great Grandmother and that is the airplane she flew. She was one of the first women pilots to fly in the war.” The girl, with vastly renewed interest, now sees her Great Grandmother in the pilot’s seat and the aircraft displayed becomes personal. With renewed interest, her cell phone lies idol while she imagines herself following in Great Grandma's footsteps.
This is where and how your sponsored Honorees can be presented – to be remembered and inspire our future generations.
Don’t let their contributions and sacrifices hide in dusty a box in their attic. Help us to bring them out and give them a place of honor and respect.