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The National Museum of Civil War Medicine Membership program provides financial support for interpretation, program and expansion. By becoming a member you will receive exclusive benefits and discounts for the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Pry House Field Hospital Museum and Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office, opening in late 2013. Your financial commitment ensures that the legacy of Clara Barton, Jonathan Letterman and the thousands who provided comfort and care to the sick and injured during the Civil War will live on. For questions in regards to membership please contact the museum at 301-695-1864, Ext. 11. If you wish to join or new online please click the link below.
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 has committed to spending over one million dollars on renovations as well. 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 Giving Funds
|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 updates from Site Superintendent Susan Rosenvold.
Pry House Patriot
First introduced in the summer of 2005, the Pry House Patriot pledge program was established as an opportunity for a group of donors to make a difference. All funds received support the upkeep of the Pry House Field Hospital Museum exhibits and facility on the Antietam Battlefield. Pry House Patriots receive a quarterly newsletter, enjoy invitations to special Pry House events and participate in a Pry House Patriot Work Day such as preparing the Pry House for the upcoming season. Additionally, patriots receive all benefits of a Benefactor Level Member.
$600 tax-deductible annual pledge. Payments may be made in quarterly installments or in full by check or credit card. You may also enroll in auto-payment, to do so please contact Tom Frezza by phone at 301-695-1864, Ext 14.
The National Museum of Civil War Medicine is a not-for-profit, 501 (c) 3 corporation.