Tina Kinsey, C.M., Director of Marketing, PR & Air Service Development, of the Greater Asheville Regional Airport Authority presenting Museum's Board Member Don Brann with Donation Check for $2000.00 for the Western North Carolina Air Museum at the Asheville Regional Airport Offices.
The Western North Carolina Air Museum is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. Donations are tax deductible as permitted by law. We gladly welcome and appreciate charitable donations from individuals and corporate entities.You can safely and easily make financial donations through our secure Pay Pal donation system below, or if you prefer, you can mail your check to:
Western North Carolina Air Museum
Attn: Museum Treasurer
1800 Four Seasons Blvd. Suite F-11
P.O. Box 2343
Hendersonville, NC 28793-2343
Your donation will ensure that future generations will learn about the history of early general aviation and the wide variety of historic aircraft flown during the first half century of flight. The Western North Carolina Air Museum is as always thankful for your contributions and support.
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Bobby Bennett, Chairman of Hendersonville, NC Sams Club's "Volunteerism Always Pays" Event presenting Museum's Board Member Don Brann and President Joseph W. Lilley with Donation Check for $2000.00 for the Western North Carolina Air Museum on June 24, 2014
THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA AIR MUSEUM
Is A Non-Profit Organization
We’d like to thank our visitors and donors for supporting The Western North Carolina Air Museum
in our mission of Preserving the Carolina's rich Flying Heritage and Promoting General Aviation.
WNCAM is a self-sustaining, non-profit 501(c)3 organization and our primary revenue
comes from your donations, our annual air fair, and the museum's gift shop sales.
You support the museum by visiting WNCAM and telling your friends and others about it.
Planned Giving helps you make sure your personal goals are met as part of your ongoing financial, estate, and philanthropic planning, which helps to support those organizations that you care most about. Planning a gift to he Western North Carolina Air Museum, creates a lasting legacy that will allow future generations to continue to be enriched and educated by experiencing the planes that archive aviation's history.
The Western North Carolina Air Museum has ambitious plans for the future and such gifts help provide the means to turn them into reality.
A bequest to the Western North Carolina Air Museum may be made as either a specific dollar amount or as a certain percentage of the estate or of another asset. Contact us for more information regarding the designation of a bequest, establishing an endowment, or the setting up of a trust fund. Again we thank you for your support.
The Western North Carolina Air Museum accepts aircraft and parts donations, helicopters, fixed wing,
of production or experimental categories , to our 501-c-3 foundation.
Donations to our non-profit foundation can provide a substantial TAX BREAK to you, on equipment
you may have a difficult time selling or just wish to give.
All while helping us support our educational programs and the maintenance of our aircraft and the museum itself.