Donors: Thank You! Your Gifts are Preserving History for Generations to Come.
You are the reason the Yankee Air Museum will have a new home in a preserved portion of the historic Willow Run Bomber Plant!
The generous support of our thousands of donors allowed us to purchase the most visible piece of the Willow Run Bomber Plant. Your continuing support then provided the funds and construction work needed to enclose the building, re-roof a part of it, paint the exterior, enhance the structural support, and begin bringing the utility infrastructure back to the building. We thank you, our donors, for your support and invite you to follow our progress.
Please continue your vital support, as we continue the restoration of this historic structure.
Now, we face an urgent need: to build hangar space inside the Willow Run Bomber Plant to house the Yankee Air Museum’s historic flyable aircraft, including the iconic Yankee Lady B-17. These aircraft will be losing their current hangar space in December, 2019, and we urgently need to build their final new home inside Willow Run. Will you help? Click here to learn more about this urgent need.
Our Donor Honor Roll includes all of our donors: individuals, foundations, corporations, and in-kind/pro-bono contractors and professionals. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of our Save the Bomber Plant Donor Honor Roll, which includes gifts received through Michigan Aerospace Foundation and the Save the Bomber Plant Campaign through October 31, 2018. If we have made an error, please Click Here to contact us regarding any discrepancies. Asterisk(*) denotes pro-bono goods and services.
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The Michigan Aerospace Foundation
The Yankee Air Museum
Jack Lousma, NASA Astronaut (retired)
Bob Lutz, GM Executive (retired)