The Barton Aid Society
The NMCWM now bears the responsibility to raise 4.75 million dollars in order to preserve and operate the Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office. This is a unique and extremely important historic site. The GSA spent 1.75 million dollars on renovation and preservation. In this time of economic stress, this commitment proves that the United States of America believes in this museum and its importance in telling our national story. The NMCWM believes in it as well and we need your help.
In honor of the 100th Anniversary of Clara’s passing we have established the Clara Barton Centennial Fund. This will be a group made up of the first 100 people to give at least $100 to the CBMSO. Show your support and recognition of Barton’s nationwide campaign to identify more than 20,000 missing soldiers through her Missing Soldiers Office through a donation to this initial campaign. Her efforts throughout the war were nothing less than heroic and her legacy of servant leadership is worthy of remembrance and ongoing study.
|Barton Aid Society||$10 minimum and above|
|Centennial Fund||$100 minimum one time gift
CBMSO commemorative pin. Recognition on the Centennial Fund wall. Limited to the first 100 donors.
|Barton Brigade||$ 1200 minimum per year or $100 per month annually
All of above, plus: Opportunity to get private tours of the space.
The National Museum of Civil War Medicine is classified as a charitable organization in accordance with Internal Revenue Code 501 (c) (3).