Help Us Complete the National Museum of American Diplomacy

The National Museum of American Diplomacy (NMAD) is grateful to our donors who have given so generously to complete Phase One of our Capital Campaign. NMAD and its non-profit partner, the Diplomacy Center Foundation (DCF) are now focused on Phase Two of the campaign to raise an additional $35 million to complete construction, exhibit design, fabrication, and installation for the museum. Your support, no matter how large or small, helps honor the contributions of the American diplomatic community and preserve the legacy of American diplomatic leadership for generations.

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An aerial view of the designs to date of Hall 2 of the National Museum of American Diplomacy, designed by C&G Partners LLC. Courtesy of the National Museum of American Diplomacy.
A group of students raise their hands while sitting in an exhibit

Become a Sustaining Supporter

By donating to the National Museum of American Diplomacy Sustaining Gift Fund, you will be supporting the museum’s vital educational resources, public programs, and exhibit development. Donations through our pay.gov portal are tax deductible and go directly to the museum gift fund. This is the most efficient way to help support ongoing work. We encourage you to consider pledging a recurring donation and join us in building the museum.

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Secretaries of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Madeleine Albright, Henry Kissinger, John Kerry, James A. Baker III, and Colin Powell participate in the groundbreaking ceremony

Learn More About our Fundraising Partner, the Diplomacy Center Foundation

The Diplomacy Center Foundation is a 501(c)(3) established to help support NMAD through a public-private partnership. Money raised through the Diplomacy Center Foundation is helping to build the museum and support the development, fabrication, and installation of exhibits. NMAD and the Diplomacy Center Foundation share a mutual goal in the completion of the museum. Only through the generosity of donors will we be able to make the first museum dedicated to diplomacy a reality.

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Discover the Rich History of Diplomacy

What does it mean to live a life of foreign service? Who are the people behind the work of diplomacy? Explore the stories of ambassadors, influential civilians, key diplomatic missions, treaties, and more.