Support

“A PROMISE MADE, A PROMISE KEPT”

Ways to Support the POW-MIA Museum

Please join with us as we honor the remarkable character of our POWs and MIAs who gave so much and continue to give so much to their country and to each of us. This museum will tell their stories and educate generations to come about these soldiers’ sacrifices.

PURCHASE A MEMORIAL BRICK

POW/MIA Museum Memorial Bricks

Memorial bricks personalized with your choice of inscription, to be placed in the ground around the flagpole.

Now Available for Purchase

4×8 Brick – $100 Click here to order
8×8 Brick – $150 Click here to order

For more information contact:
Kathy Kennedy
kenkat869@sbcglobal.net
 


BECOME A FRIEND OF THE MUSEUM

Your support will help express Thanks to our former Prisoners of War (POW’s), to their families, and to the family members of those service personnel listed as Missing in Action (MIA’s). We remember with profound gratitude those who were held in captivity, and those whose fate is unknown. These men and women who served in our military and who sacrificed so much to defend our country’s freedoms and to protect each one of us, deserve to Never Be Forgotten.

Click here to download the PDF sign-up form

Please print out and return to:

Jefferson Barracks POW-MIA Museum
P.O. Box 67
St. Charles, MO 63302-0067

“Of all the properties which belong to the honorable, not one is so highly prized as that of character.” – Henry Clay

 

CORPORATE SUPPORT

The words “Thank You” are the easiest to say in the English language. The actions we take to show our Thanks however, are often times the hardest to express.

It is for this reason that we ask your Corporate support in the development of the Jefferson Barracks POW-MIA Museum. This Museum will serve as a tribute to our POW’s and MIA’s from all branches of the military, who served in any year and in any conflict. It will also endeavor to educate and raise awareness as to the courage and sacrifice of our POW’s and MIA’s by providing a facility for the gathering and preserving of POW and MIA artifacts, information, and history.

For more information contact:
Paul Dillon
314-609-9037
President@jbpow-mia.org
or Christina Portell
314-348-8189
Christina4014@att.net