Opportunities to Donate – Thank you for your interest in supporting the Fargo Air Museum. The Fargo Air Museum is a 501 ( c ) 3 charitable non-profit organization. Your gift helps the museum mission to provide aviation education through restoration and preservation.
Donation Gift Options – Aircraft, Artifacts, Engines and Planned Giving
Airplane Sponsorship – The Fargo Air Museum currently has airplane projects to restore or preserve that have been donated to the museum to support our mission to provide aviation education through restoration and preservation.
Education – Donations support the Fargo Air Museum education programs to include Plane Camp, Saturday in the Sky and school tour programs.
The Beck Odegaard Wing II
Phase II – “Help us build their dream” – The The Fargo Air Museum is now raising funds for building wing II as the museum has grown to the next level and ready for the next expansion phase. Building Wing II will be dedicated in memory of the late Gerry S. Beck and Robert Odegaard, both founding members and visionaries of the Fargo Air Museum. Gerry Beck and Robert Odegaard both had incredible talent and passion for aviation, restoration and preservation. They inspired many people with their talent, knowledge and passion for flight. Both were natives of North Dakota who made a mark in the aviation world for the restoration of vintage aircraft. The Beck Odegaard Wing will display the B-25 Mitchell that Beck donated in the early years with hopes to create an interactive diorama to share the WWII history and stories of the Doolittle Raiders.
Memorial Gifts – Memorial gifts are accepted in honor and recognition of someone who has passed.
Donation – Your donation of $10, $25, $50, $1000 or other amounts are greatly appreciated.
Contact the museum at 701-293-8043 or drop us a note on the Contact Page Click Here.
Fran Brummund, Executive Director
Fargo Air Museum | 1609 19th Avenue North | Fargo, ND 58102
Email Contact for Donnations: Fran Brummund – Click Here
The “Child Pilot” photos in our banner graphic were done by: Toni Jacobson of Jacobson Studio, Mayville, ND.