Giving

Your Charitable Gift Truly Makes a Difference!

Your generosity enables the Connecticut Air and Space Center to continue to operate preserving the history of Connecticut Aviation, Stratford Aviation and Industrial history. It allows us to teach, embolden and to create and nurture an active thriving aerospace community for both the young and old.

The Connecticut Air and Space Center receives no Federal or State funding at this point in time, and given the current atmosphere, we will most likely be on our own for the foreseeable future.

Your generous gift will enable us to:

  • Continue Restoration on the Aircraft in our Collection
  • Acquire more relevant aircraft and technology that was designed and or built in Connecticut.
  • Allowing us to open our doors to the public
  • Creating a mobile unit that will visit schools and events

Our survival is in your hands.   Our fate is in your hands.

There are so many ways to give to The Connecticut Air and Space Center – from cash donations, to planned gifts, to support from your family foundation or your business.

Make a gift to the The Connecticut Air and Space Center today. It takes just a few minutes, and helps keep Connecticut’s Aviation history alive.

The Connecticut Air and Space Center is a 501(c)(3) Organization.

If you have further questions about the Connecticut Air & Space Center please email our director at CASC@ctairandspace.org. We always respond in a prompt and timely manner.

Connecticut Air and Space Center
P.O. Box 1293
Stratford CT 06615-1293
Voice 203-380-1400
Fax 203-380-9174

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