DonatE to the VHLC

The State of New Hampshire owns the building in which the Veterans Heritage Learning Center resides. The NH Veterans Cemetery Association is responsible for planning any improvements to infrastructure as well as supporting operations that benefit the Cemetery. Once a project is approved by the State, the Association is responsible for raising funds from the private sector to support enhancements and programs.

Our goal is to provide staff to support our partnerships with our community network and increase engagement with students, educators, and the community.  

All programming and operations for the VHLC will be supported through donations and an endowment fund to sustain operations. Association leadership expects student and group visits to increase and the number of schools participating to expand substantially. 

The Learning Center was officially opened to the public on November 11, 2018, to coincide with the 100th Anniversary of Veterans Day. Individuals, families, businesses, and foundations generously contributed to this campaign in a variety of ways securing the success of the project.  

The Veterans Heritage Learning Center is always seeking donations to continue our mission to honor and educate.   All donations are tax-deductible and would benefit our plans.  All donations, no matter the amount, are greatly appreciated and will go to enhance and operate the Center.

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Want to donate 'items' or 'artifacts?"

We appreciate the generosity of those wishing to donate items but we are limited in space and cannot accept all items.    Please email if you would like to inquire about donating items.  

We CANNOT accept any form of firearm regardless of the age of the item. We host young students in the building, we are not covered for any liability related to firearms (even inert), sharp objects & weapons. If you have a firearm you wish to donate for public display, we recommend the Wright Museum in Wolfeboro, NH, or Support our Troops Inc.