Without a doubt, our favorite non-profit organization is the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY. Funded by enthusiasts and opened to the public over 21 years ago, the NCM’s mission is to preserve, protect and promote the history of America’s favorite sports car, the Chevrolet Corvette.
As today is #GivingTuesday which promotes the idea of supporting charitable organizations and activities as the holiday season arrives, we wanted to help get the word out to the variety of ways that non-members and members alike can support the Museum to ensure its financial future.
The National Corvette Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and your gifts to the Museum are tax deductible in most cases. For more information, please contact the NCM.
Here are the ways you can help the National Corvette Museum:
- Make an annual gift.
- Become a Member – individual, family, business or club.
- Gift the Museum a Corvette or Corvette related memorabilia.
- Purchase a brick or bench to honor, celebrate, or recognize a special person.
- Become a part of the Museum’s ongoing efforts to enhance our facilities and exhibits with an outright gift of cash, securities, personal property or real estate.
- Place your name on our Flint Wall or on one of our Theater Seats.
- Contribute to our educational programs including field trips for underprivileged students, classroom outreach programs, and teen driving programs.
- Include the Museum in your estate plans through a bequest, life insurance policy, retirement plan or other opportunity.
If that’s not enough, or you’ve already “did that, done that, got the NCM t-shirt”, check out these other ways to support the National Corvette Museum:
- Purchase a Ambassador.
- Volunteer a day of work with your Club during a Matching Gift Program.
- Support the Museum by shopping at smile.amazon.com and designating us as your charity of choice.
- Shop the Corvette Store for great gifts.
I was an individual member off and on and then about five years ago I set up a payment plan and now my son and I are both NCM Lifetime Members. It’s a great feeling to walk into the museum that you support and knowing that their work will help future Corvette owners.
Visit the National Corvette Museum at www.CorvetteMuseum.org.
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