The Army Historical Foundation’s (AHF) top supporters are the Circles of Distinction donors whose strong support has helped the Capital Campaign raise the funds to build the National Museum of the United States Army. This exclusive group of committed individuals, foundations, and corporations have their names displayed on the massive granite wall in the Museum Lobby.
Circles of Distinction donors who pledge $150,000 and up have the opportunity to support a gallery, exhibit, or item within the National Museum of the United States Army. This is an opportunity to connect with a meaningful piece of Army history within the Museum and help The Army Historical Foundation reach their campaign goals. You can work with The Army Historical Foundation team to create a personalized recognition package.
Recognition opportunities start at $150,000 for items like our Soldiers’ Stories Kiosks, $250,000 and up for exhibit areas, and $8,000,000 for the entire gallery. Donation amount is related to size and significance of the exhibit or item you are supporting.
Vice President of Development
“I am excited to join AHF at this stage in what’s next with the Museum’s sustained growth and future expansion plans. The Mission Moves Forward and continues strong as I oversee the ongoing expansion effort into innovative fundraising markets.”
Major Gifts Officer
Major Gifts Officer
I’m proud to work with the foundation in support of our efforts to honor the legacy of soldiers who have served, will serve, and are serving in The United States Army.
Site Area: 84 acres
Indoor space: 185,000 sq. ft.
Number of Stories: 5
Building Height: 100 ft.
Number of Galleries: 11
Number of Artifacts: 1389
Number of Cast Figures: 70
15-minute drive from Mount Vernon
25-minute drive from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
30-minute drive from the Washington Monument
The Registries provide a unique opportunity to recognize and honor active duty Soldiers, fallen Soldiers, and veterans, civilians who worked with or for the Army, and animals that served a role during conflicts.