Support the National Churchill Museum

"Give us the tools and we'll finish the job."--Winston Churchill

The National Churchill Museum exists today only because of the generosity of many thousands of people since the Winston Churchill Memorial and Library project began in the 1960s. If we are to continue to educate present and future generations about the legacy of leadership of Sir Winston Churchill, we need the continued support of people like you, who can give us the tools so we can continue to do the work that Churchill inspires us to do each and every day.

In addition to joining the museum's Friends group, we also ask that you consider a donation to one of the funds below. (Clicking a link will take you to the secure Westminster College web site to complete your donation.)

If you would like more information about leaving a lasting legacy and ensuring a bright future for the museum, please contact Tim Riley, Executive Director of the National Churchill Museum.

 Donate to the National Winston Churchill Museum

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A donation to our general fund assists us each year to meet the most pressing needs in our program budget.

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 Donate to the National Winston Churchill Mesuem Endowment

Give to the National Churchill Museum Endowment

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Many opportunities exist to establish new endowments at $25,000 and above, or to add to existing endowments that support museum exhibits, academic programs and lectures, the library, educational programs for children, the Whitmarsh garden, and the collections acquisition fund.

New endowments are needed in the areas of church preservation and professional staff. Naming opportunities are available to honor the memory of a loved one or to celebrate a friend or family member who, like us, is inspired by Churchill.

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 Give to the Church of St. Mary in Fulton, MO

Give to the Maintenance Fund of the Church of St. Mary

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The Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury, is at its core a 340-year-old building. Reconstructed in the 1960s the church is in need of significant preservation work inside and out. A campaign is underway to raise the $1 million that is necessary to complete the preservation work on the church and on the Belsky statue of Churchill in time for the 50th anniversary of the memorial dedication in 2019. Please give generously to this effort to preserve the only Christopher Wren church in the United States!

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Free...Museum members, Westminster College Students and Callaway County Schools
$7.50...Seniors (65+), AARP & AAA members, Active military
$6.50...Youth (12-18) & College Students
$5.50...Children (6-11)

Museum Hours

Open Daily: 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Closed: New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day, & Christmas Day