Support

Established in 1945, the mission of the Eisenhower Foundation is to honor and champion the relevance today of the life and leadership of Dwight D. Eisenhower through compelling programs and events that celebrate his legacy. We accomplish this mission by providing funding to the Eisenhower Presidential Library, Museum, and Boyhood Home.

This important work would not be possible without you, our generous donors. We thank you for your generosity and for your help in passing on Ike's story –– as both Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World War II and as 34th President of the United States –– to future generations.

There are several ways to support the Eisenhower Foundation and the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum, both located in Ike's hometown of Abilene, Kansas, including:

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  1. Bridge Benefit

  2. Club Eisenhower

    Membership in Club Eisenhower is reserved for a select group of individuals who have included the Eisenhower Foundation in their estate plans. Members are honored at an annual luncheon and also receive special correspondence throughout the year.

  3. Donate Online

    Much like Ike’s presidential campaign, the Eisenhower Foundation was created through a grassroots movement. The generosity of donors like you allows the Foundation to provide exhibits, programs, and events for thousands of people.

  4. Friends of the Foundation

    Established in 1990 for the Eisenhower Centennial, our Friends program provides support for public programs and outreach at the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum. Annual memberships start at $30 and offer free admission to all Presidential Libraries.

  5. Holm Family Five-Star Challenge

    Share the pride General and President Dwight D. Eisenhower felt for our community. Donate to the Holm Family Five-Star Challenge to help us reach our goal of raising $400,000 toward renovating the Eisenhower Presidential Museum, so we can receive an additional $100,000 from the Holm family.

  6. Ike's D-Day Table Campaign

    "If This Table Could Talk..." is an initiative to preserve one of the most important artifacts in our collection - the D-Day Table. Join the Foundation in this historic campaign that will honor Ike and the soldiers he led during World War II.

  7. Ike's Field Trip Fund

    Launched in time for the Spring 2017 school semester, Ike's Field Trip Fund is designed to provide financial support to schools visiting the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum. As the Foundation strives to teach the next generation about Ike, please consider donating to this fund. Your entire donation will go towards reimbursing schools for field trip expenses.

  8. Legacy of Leadership Campaign

    the Foundation is engaged in a campaign to secure funding to renovate the Eisenhower Presidential Museum and expand IKEducation. We hope that you will join us in this historic effort to honor both the Supreme Allied Commander during World War II and 34th President of the United States.

  9. Legacy Society

    The Eisenhower Legacy Society includes individuals from all over the United States who have contributed to the Dwight D. Eisenhower: A Legacy of Leadership Campaign and are committed to renovating the Eisenhower Presidential Museum and expanding IKEducation.

  10. License Plate

    The I LIKE IKE Kansas Distinctive License plates are hitting the road, providing an opportunity to support the Eisenhower Foundation and our various initiatives while also honoring the 34th President of the United States and Abilene, Kansas native.

  11. Matching Gifts

    Do you or your spouse work for a matching gifts company? Check out our Double the Donation feature to search for your company’s matching gift program.

  12. Sponsorship Opportunities

    The Eisenhower Foundation has several sponsorship opportunities available and looks forward to partnering with your company or organization in support of your community outreach. Learn about the benefits offered to sponsors.

  13. Volunteer

    If you live in the Abilene community or are within commuting distance and think you might enjoy volunteer work in the areas of educational programs, reception office duties, or working with archival and museum files and records, we encourage you to volunteer.

  14. World War II Honor Roll

    As Supreme Allied Commander during World War II, Dwight D. Eisenhower led thousands of soldiers to battle and it was his wish to honor the men and women with whom he served. Read the stories of our Honorees and submit your own.

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