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Drafts for Crafts 2019
Image courtesy of The National WWII Museum
The National WWII Museum partners with its Young Benefactors to create a night of generosity and good times (drafts) to benefit the restoration of WWII macro-artifacts (crafts). In 2016, Drafts for Crafts helped fund the final push in the decade-long restoration of PT-305, the Museum’s WWII combat-veteran patrol-torpedo boat. In 2017, we were thrilled to celebrate the relaunch of this signature macro-artifact, as PT-305 returned to Lake Pontchartrain for her first year back on the water.
Proceeds from Drafts for Crafts now support the restoration of a 1943 Ford-American LaFrance Fire Truck, an important piece of WWII history that will be used to educate the public about service on the American Home Front.
Visit the ticketing link to learn about this great evening of food, music, and fun all in support of the Museum's mission to tell the story of the American experience in the war that changed the world.
Sponsorship opportunities and early-bird tickets are available now. Join us!