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 the thousands of people, including students, teachers, and veterans, who visit the Eisenhower Presidential Library, Museum, and Boyhood Home annually. We thank you for your support.

To make an online donation, please fill out the donation form.
Gifts of $34 and over qualify for Friends of the Eisenhower Foundation membership benefits.

Donations by Phone

In addition to making donations online, the Eisenhower Foundation welcomes donors to call our office to make a donation by phone:

Office: 785-263-6771
Toll Free: 1-877-RING-IKE

Donations by Mail

Alternatively, you may mail your donation to:

Eisenhower Foundation
P.O. Box 295
Abilene, KS 67410

Club Eisenhower

While in the service, Ike and Mamie entertained their friends, known as "the gang," with food, card games, and songs so much that their quarters were dubbed Club Eisenhower. Today, the Eisenhower Foundation is rekindling this legacy with a new 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 will be honored at an annual luncheon and will also receive special correspondence throughout the year.

Club Eisenhower
Become a member

Your planned gift is especially meaningful as it will help ensure the legacy of Dwight D. Eisenhower is passed down to future generations for years to come.

To notify the Foundation of your intentions and to become part of Club Eisenhower, please fill out the 


Ike's Field Trip Fund

Launched in 2017, Ike's Field Trip Fund is designed to provide financial support to schools visiting the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum. 

Donations will be used to provide students with a unique field trip experience, a special lunch, and to reimburse schools for transportation expenses associated with visiting Abilene, Kansas. IKEducation's programs, as well as admission to the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum, are offered free of charge to visiting school groups. Since launching in fall 2013, almost 30,000 students, teachers, and adults have taken part in this unique program. As one teacher explained, “It’s a once in a lifetime experience for most of the students!”

The Eisenhower Foundation supports Ike’s belief that, “The true purpose of education is to prepare young men and women for effective citizenship.” Never in our country’s history has it been more important for the youth of America to have a role model like Dwight D. Eisenhower, who knew that the essence of leadership involved the qualities of selfless dedication, courage, conviction, fortitude, humility, and the ability to inspire. IKEducation brings the story of this great American to today’s students, the next generation, through interactive programs that utilize primary sources from the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum.


Dwight D. Eisenhower enacted the National Interstate Highway and Defense Highway System Act in 1956, forever changing the landscape of America. Celebrate and honor Ike's legacy by purchasing an I LIKE IKE license plate that supports exhibits, programs, and events at the Eisenhower Presidential Library, Museum, and Boyhood Home in Abilene, Kansas.

About the License Plate 

The I LIKE IKE distinctive tag is an official license plate for the State of Kansas and can be obtained at any Kansas county treasurer/motor vehicle office. Plates are available anytime and there is no need to wait for your license plate renewal.

I LIKE IKE License Plate Cost

The cost of the tag is a $50 annual donation that comes to the nonprofit Eisenhower Foundation. There is a one-time $45 fee assessed by the State of Kansas when you initially select your I LIKE IKE license plate.

After purchasing your plate, you will receive a complimentary Friends of the Eisenhower Foundation membership as our way of saying thanks for "Driving Ike's Legacy."