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Get Involved

The National Museum and Center for Service is a place for all Americans, and it will take the support of passionate people like you to make it possible.

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As a not for profit organization, in order to bring our programs to life we rely on the generous support of donors.

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Join this community to establish the museum, center and living tribute to all of the inspiring Americans who have given all or part of their lives to the enduring American tradition of service for others. Register to stay in touch on updates, upcoming events and ways to get involved.

Help us shape the museum experience

The National Museum and Center for Service is a museum built by American’s for American’s, and we would love your input to shape the exhibits and experiences. If you have 5 minutes, please take the time to tell us what you would like to see. 

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Contact your representative

It takes a village to move a mountain, and you can support this initiative by writing your representatives. In order to make the National Museum and Center for Service a reality, we need the approval of Congress. By entering your information below, you can tell your representative WHY the museum is important and WHY they should support it.

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Endorsements

The National Museum and Center for Service has received formal endorsements from leaders of many of the largest and most recognized service organizations, including directors of the Peace Corps, Global Impact, Creating Healthier Communities, and many others. If you would like to provide an endorsement for the National Museum and Center for Service, please email hello@nmcfs.org.

Mark Gearan, (former) Director, Peace Corps | Aaron Williams, (former) Director, Peace Corps | Carrie Hessler-Radelet, (former) Director, Peace Corps | Glenn Blumhorst, President & CEO, National Peace Corps Association 

Shirley Sagawa, Chief Service Officer, National Conference on Citizenship | Alan Khazie, Founder, City Year 

Bill Basl, (former) Director, AmeriCorps | Congressman Seth Moulton | Craig Keilburger, Founder & CEO, WE Charity 

Rotary International | Max Stier, President & CEO, Partnership for Public Service | Scott Jackson, CEO, Global Impact 

Hillary Beard Schafer, CEO, Multiplying Good | James L. "Skip" Rutherford, Dean Emeritus, University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service | Joe Sestak, retired Navy Admiral and former U.S. Congressman | Thomas G. Bognanno, President and CEO, Creating Healthier Communities  | Jim Starr, President and CEO, American Charities |  Hugh Evans, CEO, Global Citizen | Atul Tandon, CEO, Opportunity International | Eric Schwartz, President, Refugees International | Jon Fine, (retired) CEO United Way of King County | Chris Jarvis, Executive Director, Realized Worth | Sam Beard, Co-Founder, Multiplying Good and the Jefferson Awards | Abby Robinson, Acting CEO, Atlas Corps | Nancy E. Long, Executive Director, 501 Commons | Daniel Parkhurst, Washington Nonprofits | James Lee Witt,  (former) Director, FEMA