AAMB is proud to establish the Anglo-American Alliance Endowment Fund to ensure the long-term survival of the Museum and help keep alive the memory of the sacrifice of nearly 30,000 U.S. fliers based in the United Kingdom in WWII. We aim to remain a unique memorial and reminder to the next generations far into the future.

The American Air Museum in Britain’s long-term vision is that of a Museum of global repute and for the continuation and expansion of its work in education, display and dissemination of information. The Anglo-American Alliance Endowment Fund is intended as a vehicle to attract new funding now and for many years, which will ensure our mission is fulfilled. It is a dedicated and permanent source of funding that will serve as a secure financial foundation for the Museum’s many activities, not least preserving the large objects at the Museum and broadening knowledge of the sacrifice of those who built, repaired, flew and died in them.

For more information please contact Lisa Baranello, Philanthropy Officer, at lisab@aamb.us or call (703) 966-1555.