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CONTRIBUTIONS

Special thanks to those who have contributed to the our Capital Campaign.

FOUNDING SUPPORTERS

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CAPTAIN'S CLASS SUPPORTERS

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FIRST CLASS SUPPORTERS

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BUSINESS CLASS SUPPORTERS

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PRIME MUSEUM PARTNERS

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MUSEUM PARTNERS

Acme

Farm Credit Midsouth

Johnson, Jo 

Kyzar Partnership, L.P.

Ohio Co Public Library

Regions Bank Foundation

Wildwood Antiques, Inc.

ASU Midsouth

Blackbaud Giving Fund

Community Foundation

Hyde Family Foundation

Network For Good

Schneider National Foundation, Inc.

Wright Family Foundation

Arkansas Humanities Council

Department of Arkansas Heritage 

Andrew, Donald & Judith

Ballas, Robert

Barton, Jim

Barton, Keith

Brandywine Civil War Round Table

Bigger, David & Dara

Brick, David and Tracy

Bridges, Kenneth

Britt Jr., James

Brown Jennifer

Bryan, Joseph

Chapman, Keith and Jill

Civil War Round Table of Franklin

Civil War Round Table of Fredricksburg 

Civil War Round Table of Nebraska

Civil War Round Table of Pasadena

Cody, Deidre A.

Crock, Craig

Dale, Joanna

Davis, Jerry & Jan

Della Rosa, Jana

Doaue, Mark

Earwood, Dana & Charlotte

Fayetteville Rotary Club

Fenter, Glen

Fishburn, Rachel

Fogleman, John A.  Jr.

Fogleman, Adam

Fogleman, Adell A.

Fogleman, Frank

Fogleman, J Barton

Fogleman, J Barton  Jr.

Fogleman, John & Ashley McHugh

Fogleman, Margaret

Fowler, Wally

Fuller, Ron

Fusilier, Bennetta M.

Friends of Mississippi Library INC

Garrabrant, Melvin or Mary

Garrabrant, Richard & Saundra

Griggs, Margaret and Robert

Hamilton, Richard

Hamilton, Donis

Harding, Rush & Linda

Hartline, David and Hilde

Hartfield, Sally

Heath, John and Lisa

Heidenreich, Fred

Herman, Jerry A and Connie

Helms, Allen

Hoffman, Clay

Howard, Richard

Hudson, T.W.

Hurst, Suzanne and Charles

Inland Empire Civil War Roundtable

James, Patricia

Knigge, Susan L

LaBras, Robert

Lawler, James & Beverly

Lindsey, John David

Lejman, Michael

Lesshafft, William

Lewis, Thomas, Jr.

Lundquist, Carol

McCollum, Barrett

Nackerman, Michael

National Parks Service Grant

Nicks, Milton & Joann

Nordrum, James & Paula

Pirani, Mark and Jane

Portis, Julanne

Potter, Jerry

Powel, Mike

Quota Club of West Memphis

Reeves, Walter F.

Roberts, Bobby

Rosco, Terry

Robinson Family

Rutherford, Skip

Salt Creek Civil War Round Table

Saxton, Mary and Clint

Sayle, Julia

Shea, Neil

Schaffer, Penny

Smith, Marion

Singleton, Steve & Becky

Snyder, Victor

Solomon, David

Stalder, Robert

Stockley, Tommie

Stroud, Luke

Thorpe, Patricia

Tennessee Civil War Preservation Society

Town and Country Garden Club

Turner, Bart

UDC Stone County, Chapter 2711

Walker, Ruth & John

Welty, Joy

Williams, Mary and Leven

Willis, Dennis

Wilkes, Jana

Wilson, Perry

Womack, Tommy & Linda 

Zolper, Dennis M.

The future Sultana Disaster Museum will be funded with a combination of support from the State of Arkansas, private and government grants, corporate gifts and donations from individuals.  

The Sultana Historical Preservation Society, a 501(c)3 organization, has established a Capital Campaign goal of $14 million.  The campaign funds will cover the cost of renovation and additions to an existing building, development of an outdoor plaza surrounding the facility and an endowment for operating cost of the completed Sultana Disaster Museum. 

Contributions to the Capital Campaign are tax deductible and made to the Sultana Historical Preservation Society, Pledges may be made by clicking visiting the Donate page or by mailing payment to:

Sultana Historical Preservation Society
P.O. Box 211
Marion AR 72364

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