Established to preserve EAA’s history and culture, the Founders Wing in the EAA AirVenture Museum showcases Paul and Audrey Poberezny’s personal collection of letters, pictures, artifacts, and so much more.
However, it isn't just the founders’ legacies that are preserved and shared ... it's EAA's legacy. It's your legacy.
Your donation, no matter the size, will make a difference and ensure that EAA's core values and beliefs continue for generations to come.
The Founders Wing is an inheritance for future generations of aviators – an opportunity to learn and embrace our culture so as to further the spirit of aviation.
Write your own chapter in this amazing story and be a part of EAA's legacy. Support the Founders Wing today!
Contributions are recognized through naming opportunities, brick inscriptions, and a permanent exhibit acknowledging your commitment to preserving the past and charting the course for the future.
Donors of $10 and above are acknowledged in perpetuity in the Founders Wing logbook and contribute to the preservation of EAA’s heritage.
Donors of $500 are recognized in the Founders Wing logbook and receive a Founders Wing patch.
Donors of $1,000 are invited to place a brick on the Founders Wing Wall, recognizing their commitment to preserving the culture in a way that will make sure it won’t be forgotten.
Donors of $5,000 are invited to place a brick on the Founders Wing Wall and will receive a specially selected fabric Eisenhower flight jacket.
Donors at the $10,000 and above level become distinguished members of the EAA Founders Wing. They are recognized as part of an elite group of individuals with a special designation on their brick on the Founders Wing Wall. In addition, they also receive an exclusive Founders Wing commemorative jacket.
Donors of $25,000 have the opportunity to also name one of the kiosk areas located on the mezzanine, sharing EAA’s history and culture with visitors.
Donors of $50,000 have the opportunity to name one of four exhibit areas on the mezzanine that detail aspects of EAA’s culture such as innovation, volunteerism, family focus and the entrepreneurial spirit.