There are multiple ways for you to contribute and get involved in
this exciting project restoring history.
The Tri-Motor Heritage Foundation provides a rare opportunity to own a piece of history. As a major donor, you can purchase one of an extremely limited number of seats inside the cabin of the completed aircraft. Major donors may choose to purchase the pilot’s seat, the co-pilot’s seat, or one of 10 seats in the passenger compartment. Your seat will include an engraved brass plaque commemorating your generous support of the Ford Tri-Motor restoration project, prominently displayed for all future passengers to acknowledge.
In addition, all major donors purchasing a seat will be entitled to:
Have your name go down in history at the Tri-Motor Heritage Museum, and be part of our “Island Airlines Historic Walkway”. A tax deductible donation of $150.00 purchases a brick that will recognize you as a Tri-Motor Heritage Foundation platinum sponsor. All bricks purchased will be used in the construction of our beautiful outdoor walkway and rest area. Here, museum visitors can watch arriving and departing aircraft, enjoy a peaceful summer afternoon at the airport, or survey the grounds to hunt for your name among the bricks provided by the donors.
Ready to make your mark? Buying a brick couldn’t be easier.
You can purchase a brick online with your credit card or
order your brick by mail. Either way, become one of our
platinum sponsors, and part of The Tri-Motor Heritage
You can also make a direct donation to the Ford Tri-Motor Foundation. The Tri-Motor Heritage Foundation depends on the generosity of people like you to continue working toward our goal of establishing a unique visitor attraction where young & old alike can see and experience this historic aircraft for generations to come!
For those interested in making a financial donation, click the button to the right.
Contributions may also be made by mail. Checks should be made payable to the Tri-Motor Heritage
Foundation and mailed to the address found on our Contact Us page.
If you are interested in helping with our restoration project, please contact Doug Moore at (419)732-0234 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Work sessions are Tuesday 9am-5pm and Thursday 5pm-10pm. Volunteers are also welcome other dates. Please contact Doug at (419)732-0234.
In an effort to gather display materials for our future museum, we are currently collecting all items relating to the Ford Tri-Motor...
As you can imagine, this restoration is an ambitious & expensive undertaking. To that end, we are always interested in material donations from corporations & private individuals.
A wide variety of items are still needed to complete this restoration.
A sampling of materials still on our "wish list" includes...
If you may be able to help with any of these items, or think you have something else we may need, please let us know!
We appreciate your support!
If you have any special memories involving the Ford Tri-Motor (your first airplane ride, visiting the islands, flying to school, etc.) We'd love to hear from you!
If you're willing share your stories with us, please use the following email link to send them in or make arrangements for a personal interview with our volunteers.
Send your email to: email@example.com