The Infantryman’s mission is to defeat tyranny and protect liberty around the globe. Our mission is to say Thank You. It is through your generosity that this world-class facility has become a reality, and it will be through your generosity that it will continue to thrive for generations to come. The museum is operated by a private, non-profit organization – the National Infantry Museum Foundation. We rely on your direct support to continue preserving our Soldiers’ legacy. Please donate today to say Thank You to our Soldiers – past, present and future.
Sponsorship Opportunities and Premier Partnerships
Is your business looking for a brand marketing opportunity? The National Infantry Museum Foundation has two corporate sponsorship programs to choose from. These sponsorships range from $5,000 to $100,000. At these levels, corporate sponsors can advance their marketing and strategic philanthropic goals working side-by-side with the museum. Through sponsorships, the corporate sponsor becomes an integral part of the museum visitor experience and can align its brand with the museum’s mission – to honor Soldiers past, present, and future. Let us customize your sponsorship to meet your business needs. Contact Jane Bayer (706.685.2604 | Email) for details.
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The National Infantry Museum retains and exhibits uniforms, equipment, weapons, accoutrements, archival documents and original artwork related to the long-standing history of the U.S. Army Infantry Branch and its Soldiers. The Museum recognizes that every Infantry Soldier has a story, and is committed to collecting artifacts and materials that are consistent with supporting this mission.
The Museum accepts historical items that fill an identified need in the Army’s artifact collection. Items accepted into the collection will be preserved and cared for in perpetuity by the Army.
The Museum does not appraise artifacts or collections as a service for the general public. Please request those services from a professional appraiser (see below).
How to Donate an Artifact:
To request that an item of historical significance be considered for donation to the Museum’s historical collection, please begin by completing the artifact donation form: Download the Artifact Donation Form. Please try to be as thorough as possible when describing the item(s) in question and their historical provenance. Please submit this form, along with high-resolution digital images, via email to the curatorial staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once the Museum receives a donation proffer, the Exhibits Division staff internally review it. Items that meet an identified need in the scope of collection will be presented to the U.S. Army Center of Military History’s Collection Committee for review. A National Infantry Museum curatorial staff member will contact you directly once a decision has been made or if more information is needed.
Please DO NOT drop your items off or mail them to the Museum without prior written acknowledgement and approval. The Museum, which is part of the U.S. Army Museum Enterprise, cannot legally or physically accept these items into our possession until they have been legally approved to be added to the collection. Items that have been left at the Museum will be returned to the donor immediately. The Museum is not responsible for the final disposition of such items.
Additional contact: Offices of the Army Staff at (706) 545-4471
All funds solicited for special projects, museum enhancements and operational costs are made by the National Infantry Museum Foundation, a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization tasked with operating and maintaining the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center.
Volunteers and Docents: The Museum’s Backbone
The United States of America is a nation founded by volunteers. For 240+ years, men and women have given their all to defend liberty, both at home and abroad. Join our Frontline to honor the brave Infantrymen who have dedicated their lives to our country’s defense. As a volunteer at the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center, you are an integral part of the museum’s daily operation, from greeting guests and explaining gallery artifacts to leading tours of World War II Company Street. Our volunteers come from many walks of life: veterans, educators, students and military spouses, as well as civilians with no military ties but who want to be a part of this national treasure’s success.
Join The Volunteer Corps!
Are you interested in donating your time and talents to the museum’s volunteer corps or docent program? Please fill out the form on the left and our Volunteer Coordinator will contact you soon.