Preserving the Quartermaster Story !

The Army Quartermaster Foundation continues the work it began in 1957 to preserve the Quartermaster Story and teach its history, heritage and legacy to the present and future generations of Quartermasters.

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The Army Quartermaster Foundation continues the work it began in 1957 to preserve the Quartermaster Story and teach its history, heritage and legacy to the present and future generations of Quartermasters.

How You Can Help Preserve the Quartermaster Story

The Army Quartermaster Foundation provides funds for the Army Quartermaster Museum that are not available through normal military appropriations. Supplemental funding provided by the Army Quartermaster Foundation plays a significant role in maintaining the museum’s reputation as one of the top facilities in the military museum system.

While the Museum receives some support from the Department of the Army and the Fort Lee, Virginia command, those funds go toward a basic level of maintenance only. They do not allow for new initiatives such as acquiring artifacts, upgrading exhibits, expanding the facility, or initiating new programs. It is only through your generosity that the Quartermaster Museum will continue to grow and thrive for generations to come. We rely on your generous donations to preserve and enhance our Quartermaster Soldiers’ legacy.

If you are or were a Quartermaster, it is your legacy the Museum is striving to preserve so it can be passed on to those who follow in your footsteps. The participation of every Quartermaster is important for the continued success and growth of our great Museum in telling our Quartermaster Story. Please join us and share in the success.

Donations of any size are welcome and appreciated. Please donate today to say Thank You to our Soldiers – past, present, and future!

And remember...your contributions to the Army Quartermaster Foundation are deductible from federal income taxes under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.