The National WWII Museum’s Young Benefactors is a committee of young professionals whose mission is to support the restoration and preservation of important WWII artifacts. This year’s focus is a 1943 Ford-American LaFrance Fire Truck, an important piece of WWII history that will be used to educate the public about service on the American Home Front.
LOCATION: The National WWII Museum (enter at the intersection of Magazine Street and Andrew Higgins Drive)
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No tickets will be issued for this event. Guests will check in at the event entrance. The deadline to be included in the event program is February 23, 2018. Event is rain or shine. No refunds will be issued.
Proceeds from Drafts for Crafts will support the restoration of one of the Museum’s macro artifacts, a 1943 Ford-American LaFrance Fire Truck, as an important piece of WWII history that will be used to educate the public about service on the American Home Front. The fire engine will be restored as an army fire engine and will help interpret the broad range of occupations and tasks needed to win the war.
All sponsors will enjoy an invitation to a special reception from 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. and VIP access during the event with a premium bar, lounge seating, exclusive cuisine, and entertainment. Sponsors receive acknowledgment in the event program, event website, and during the event.
If you have questions, please call Amanda Duhon at (504) 528-1944 x 330 or email email@example.com.Fund the Mission