Thank you for
your interest in The 12
th Armored Division Memorial Museum! We
are an educational 501(c)3 organization that
strives to help our visitors, especially
young people, understand that each of us must take responsibility to become
educated – to stand against prejudice and hatred in our daily lives, in our
country, and in the world.
Museum relies on
admissions fees, sponsorship dues,
donations, gift shop sales, Distance Learning fees and income from funds held
for the benefit of the Museum by the Community Foundation of Abilene.
We do not
receive operational funds from any local, state, or federal government sources.
We operate with a staff consisting of two full-time
employees, two part-time employees, and local volunteers.
Your continued support for our museum means so much! Without sponsors like you, our efforts to tell the story of the 12th Armored Division will fade away - These men made such a difference in helping to end WWII. Their stories, experienced and lives bare witness to the horribleness of man and also the enduring human spirit.
Won't you help us today?
$30 Soldier Admission to the museum for a year, 10% off gift shop, Subscription to the eNewsletter.
$50 Squad Admission to the museum for a year+ 2, 10% off gift shop, Subscription to the eNewsletter.
$100 Platoon Admission to the museum for a year +4, 10% off gift shop, Subscription to the eNewsletter.
$250 Company Admission to the museum for a year+6, 10% off gift shop, Subscription to the eNewsletter.
$500 Battalion Admission to the museum for a year+8, 10% off gift shop, Subscription to the eNewsletter.
$1,000 Division Admission to museum for a year+10, 10% off gift shop, Subscription to the eNewsletter, Priority at Museum events, and mention at
the Hellcats Reunions.
If you are a member of the 12th ADA please contact the museum for special pricing options.
"...If the plans for developing a teaching museum are still in effect, you have only support form me. The Potential legacy in that concept for our descendants and our country is far greater than other Memorial Museums. Museums such as those at Knox and Hood serve primarily as storage facilities of Military Memorabilia." - Col. Helton, 12th Armored Division Co. A 17th, 23 March 2002
Thank you for your help.