We invite you to join the Antique Motorcycle Foundation in fulfilling our mission of preserving our motorcycle past for future generations. By becoming a donor, you will join a group of committed individuals and organizations dedicated to providing the financial support needed to inspire an interest, love and enthusiasm for antique motorcycle collecting among generations young and old. As a donor at any level, you will be recognized as a leader in making the mission of the AMF a reality. Please see the chart below for support levels and benefits.
You may wish to honor a loved one or friend by making a memorial donation to the AMF. The family of the person honored or memorialized will receive a notification of your memorial gift.
Your contribution will be deductible for federal income tax purposes, as currently allowed by IRS rules, and contributions will be acknowledged both on our website and on a donor wall in our exhibit at the Motorcyclepedia Museum.
If you cannot contribute at this time, but would like to be placed on the list to receive news and information about the Antique Motorcycle Foundation, please use the form on this page to send us your contact information.
In addition to helping preserve our motorcycling heritage, donors to the Antique Motorcycle Foundation will receive a number of benefits, including invitations to special "members only" events and receptions, along with recognition in the Museum and on the AMF website. Individuals who contribute more $100 or more to the AMF become Sustaining Members with a personalized plastic card and free admission to the Motorcyclepedia Museum. Benefits vary by donation level; see the chart below for complete details.
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Museum exhibits are one of the primary vehicles in which the AMF realizes its mission. The foundation documents its exhibits on the web site for those who are not able to see the exhibit in person.