WHO WE ARE
Operated by a private, non-profit 509(a)1 organization – the National Infantry Foundation – the NIMSC houses an outstanding collection of military artifacts and interactive exhibits unlike any other. Our success is measured by the response of our visitors: in under three years of operation, we're closing in on our millionth visitor and were recognized for Outstanding Achievement at the 17th annual Thea Awards, the most prestigious honor in the themed entertainment industry.
|Summer Camp Benning, one of our|
most popular programs, is just one
example of your donations in action
The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center opened in June 2009 with one mission: to honor Soldiers past, present and future. The NIMSC operates with three primary goals in mind:
- Education, explaining the role of the United States Army throughout history to the general public and Soldiers in training at Fort Benning;
- Recreation, providing the most unique opportunities for learning and fun in the community, including the region's only IMAX 3D experience and the NIM SIM Combat Simulators;
- Preservation, honoring all Soldiers by depicting their legacy of service and sacrifice.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center is holding a year-end donation drive as we prepare for all the exciting opportunities that await in 2012, including special event programming and gallery expansion.
Remember, all contributions to the National Infantry Foundation are tax-deductible; what better way to close out this year than with a charitable contribution to honor Soldiers at this world-class facility? You can DONATE ONLINE TODAY or send your check along with this printed form to:
The National Infantry Foundation
The NIMSC is also a great place to purchase truly unique holiday gifts for all ages! From memorial pavers to cookbooks, we offer ways to provide lasting tribute or just one day of family fun. Throughout the month of December, we'll be highlighting different gift ideas as well as reviewing what your support did for us in 2011 and providing a sneak preview of what lies ahead in 2012.