Does the Veterans History Project accept financial contributions?

Yes. Financial contributions are appreciated. They help support Veterans History Project programs and special initiatives, and can be made online or by mail.

 

To donate online: You may make a one-time online donation of $25 or more in honor/memory of your veteran, or ask your employer to match your gift. An annual donation of $50 or more will automatically enroll you in Friends of the Library of Congress, a community of donors committed to preserving the nation’s cultural memory, and grant you unique opportunities to see, experience and learn about the Library’s vast collections firsthand.

 

Please visit the Library of Congress’s philanthropy page, and be sure to designate the fund marked Veterans History Project when making your donation.

To donate by mail: You may make your check in any amount payable to the "Library of Congress" and note "Veterans History Project" on the memo line.

Mail your check to:
The Library of Congress
101 Independence Avenue S.E., LM-613
Washington, DC 20540-9130

Thank you in advance!

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Last Updated: Jun 15, 2022
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We cannot provide service records for veterans (contact the National Archives); advice on veteran benefits (contact the Department of Veterans Affairs).

For general information on military history, contact our general reference librarians.

Additional Ways to Contact Us

Send written correspondence to:

Veterans History Project
Library of Congress
101 Independence Ave. SE
Washington, DC 20540