How You Can Help Support the Quartermaster Museum
The Army Quartermaster Foundation continues the work it began in 1957 to preserve the Quartermaster Story and teach its history, heritage and legacy to the present and future generations of Quartermaster Soldiers, Department of the Army civilians, Fort Gregg-Adams and surrounding communities and visitors from around the nation and the world.
While the Museum receives some support from the Department of the Army and the Fort Gregg-Adams command, those funds go toward a basic level of sustainment only. It does not allow for new initiatives such as acquiring artifacts, upgrading exhibits, expanding the facility, or initiating new programs. It is only through your generosity that the Quartermaster Museum will continue to grow and thrive for generations to come. We rely on your direct support to preserve and enhance our Quartermaster Soldiers’ legacy.
Cumulative donations of $100 – $499 earn the donor Basic Membership status and the privileges described below. Cumulative donations of $500 or more earn the donor Voting Membership status, with privileges described below.
Your contributions to the Foundation are deductible from federal income taxes under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations of any size are welcome and appreciated. Please donate today to say Thank You to our Soldiers – past, present, and future.
Become A Member
Membership in the Army Quartermaster Foundation is an opportunity to demonstrate your commitment to the preservation and promotion of the Quartermaster Corps’ history and heritage, and to have your name recorded for posterity as a loyal supporter. By becoming a member you will help bring the Quartermaster Corps story to life in the state-of-the-art Army Quartermaster Museum at Fort Gregg-Adams, Virginia
Cumulative Donation Amount
Voting Member Certificate
Free Subscription to Quartermaster Roll Call
Participate in Annual Election of Directors and Officers
Join Your QM Colleagues on the Donor Appreciation Wall
Your continued generosity will be recognized each time your cumulative contributions of $500 or more reach the next donation category. Each donor’s donation category will be displayed on the Foundation’s Donor Appreciation Wall (see photo below) in the main lobby of the Army Quartermaster Museum. Engraved brass plates bear the names of each donor according to their current category of giving. A large cast bronze individual plaque will signify those members who have donated $10,000 or more. See the category levels below.
Distinquished Sponsor Individual Bronze Plaque on Donor Wall
Distinguished Guardian Engaraved Plate on Donor Wall
Guardian Engraved Plate on Donor Wall
Distinguished Benefactor Engraved Plate on Donor Wall
Benefactor Engraved Plate on Donor Wall
Patron Engraved Plate on Donor Wall
Donation Recorded in Donor Records
Donations & Membership
Have questions about donations or membership? Read the FAQs for more information
Are donations tax deductible?
Yes! Contributions to the Foundation are deductible from federal income taxes under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
How do I donate?
You may donate right here on this page using the ‘Donate Now’ action button to the right. Your information is never stored on our website and is transmitted securely with SSL to our payment processor.
You may also donate by check or cash.
What size donation do you accept?
We accept donations in any amount. We are grateful for your support of the Army Quartermaster Foundation.
What does membership mean?
Membership in the Army Quartermaster Foundation is an opportunity to demonstrate your commitment to the preservation and promotion of the Quartermaster Corps’ history and heritage, and to have your name recorded for posterity as a loyal supporter.
How do I join?
You automatically become a Basic Member when your cumulative donations reach $100 and a Voting Member when your cumulative donations reach $500. If you do not choose to become a member at this time, but would still like to contribute to the Foundation, please consider making a donation. Donations in any amount are welcome and appreciated. Remember, all donations are tax deductible.
What membership levels are there and what do they mean?
There are only two membership levels – Basic and Voting. Donors become a Basic Member by contributing a cumulative total of $100. Voting Membership is achieved by contributing a cumulative total of $500. Donor recognition on the Foundation’s Donor Appreciation Wall at the Army Quartermaster Museum will be upgraded each time a member’s cumulative contributions reach the next donation category, as shown in the diagrams above.
Other Ways to Give
Required Minimum Distribution
If you are 72 years of age and have a regular IRA you are taking a required minimum distribution as required by the Internal Revenue Service. Income from IRAs or other retirement accounts other than a Roth IRA is taxable in the year it is distributed. You can make a Qualified Charitable Contribution to a 501c(3) charity as part of or all of your required minimum distribution. This donation is not taxable and is in addition to your regular standard deduction for that tax year. The check is made directly from your financial institution to the charity and must be made prior to December 31st in order to receive the benefit of the donation in that tax year. Your financial institution will help you decide if this would be a beneficial way to support the Army Quartermaster Foundation.
If given the chance, most of us would like to contribute to a cause that will benefit the lives of others for generations. A planned gift is a way to achieve this and to create a legacy for you that lasts beyond your lifetime.
A planned gift brings your thoughtful planning, vision, and generosity together in the form of a bequest. By designating the Army Quartermaster Foundation as a beneficiary in your will or trust, you will play a significant role in ensuring our Foundation is able to support the legacy and history of the Quartermaster Corps through our financial support of the Quartermaster Museum.
Benefits can be a specified amount or a percentage of an estate. Your estate planner or trust manager will be able to answer any questions you may have about this form of giving.
As a non-profit 501c(3), tax-exempt, educational organization, we welcome inquiries from companies that support our mission of enhancing and extending the capability of the Army Quartermaster Museum. Contact our office to learn more.
Your donation to the Army Quartermaster Foundation may be doubled if your employer has a matching gift program that matches charitable contributions made by their employees (and in some cases retirees and/or spouses). Check with your employer’s Human Resource Office to see if they offer this opportunity. If they do, request the appropriate form, and send it completed and signed with your donation. We will take it from there.