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Donate To Support the WASP Museum
Support by donating to general maintenance, events, and more to keep the museum growing forward.
Support by donating to help us create new exhibits, interior/exterior building renovations, and aircraft expansion.
Support by donating to help us build educational exhibits and programs focusing on STEM learning.
PHASE 2: Our Support Partners have turned goals into reality.
With gratitude to our generous support partners from all over the nation, Phase 2 construction is complete. Four years of planning and fundraising are now reality. The Museum re-opened its doors to 1,000 visitors on Saturday, May 8, 2021. Parents and children enjoyed newly designed interactive displays including mock rides in our link trainer and imaginary takeoffs and landings in our BT-13 cockpit. Music, food, and aircraft from all over the country added to the festivities.
The Museum thanks you for making it possible to preserve and expand the mission of honoring the life and legacy of the Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II.
The National WASP WWII Museum is a 501 (c) (3) 56-2326843 non-profit organization. Your generosity preserves and shares the legacy of the Women Airforce Service Pilots.
PHASE 3: The WASP Museum is flying into the future. Will you take-off with us?
As part of our Master Plan, Phase 3 is currently in development. This phase will include all-new exhibits in Hangars 1 and 2 and throughout the exterior. Hands-on, interactive exhibits are foundational to expanding our educational efforts which will include mentoring and scholarships.
The Museum is raising $3.8 million for all-new exhibits across its 15-acre campus that will become a vital part of our educational programs over the next four years. Our first installment of displays, expected in fall of 2023, will cost $850,000. To date, $700,000 has been raised. Will you consider a donation to help us raise the remaining $150,000?
A new, dynamic campus will create expanded stories, thought-provoking questions, and interactive content, all designed to create a seamless web between past, present and future. Visitors will grapple with the social issues of the time and consider their impact on gender history. As visitors travel through the Museum, exhibits will culminate in the Legacy section. There, visitors will learn the stories of successive generations of women pilots.