We invite you to participate in this historic moment—for our country, for veterans, and for the Native American communities whose loyalty and passion have helped make America what it is today.
Kevin Gover (Pawnee)
Director, National Museum of the American Indian
Now, together we can ensure that they are always remembered.
A national memorial to honor American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian veterans is long overdue. The National Museum of the American Indian is seeking your help to make this project a reality. While Congress commissioned the museum to build the National Native Americans Veterans Memorial, no federal funds may be used to pay for the project.
With your help, we can honor some of the most dedicated defenders of our nation.
Will you make a contribution to honor those who serve?
Support the Memorial
The National Native American Veterans Memorial, located on the grounds of the National Museum of the American Indian, will be the first memorial to honor Native American veterans in Washington, DC.
The estimated budget for the memorial, its long-term maintenance, and associated educational programs is $15 million. Your support is critical to our success.
Commitments from Native American communities, organizations, and tribal leaders, alongside those from corporations, foundations, and individuals, will allow us to begin construction in 2019. With your support, the National Native American Veterans Memorial will not only honor veterans and those on active duty, it will also preserve the extraordinary history of Native American service for future generations.
All levels of commitment are welcome and needed. Sponsorships with attractive benefits are available at several levels. Those who make contributions of $100,000 or more will be recognized on the donor plaque at the memorial site.
Please consider making a commitment today. For more information on sponsorship opportunities, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.