Update: There are no additional inscribed benches, plaques or tiles available at this time.
How Donors Will Be Acknowledged at the Korean War Memorial
Several of our donors have been requesting clarification of the Korean War Memorial Donor Recognition Policy. The policy is described below. Please note that donors are not required to accept public recognition, and may choose to remain anonymous. Please also note that the number of benches, plaques, and tiles still available is limited, and will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Major Donor Wall
All donors of $20,000 or more are eligible to have their name inscribed on the Major Donor Wall at the entrance to the Memorial Plaza. Donors will be listed according to the size of the donation. The largest donor, and the largest type size, will be at the top of the list, and the rest will then be listed in descending order.
- Inscribed Bench
All donors of $100,000 or more are eligible to have an inscribed bench on the Memorial site. Specifics on the material composition of the bench and the size of the inscription are pending.
- Inscribed Plaque
All donors of $10,000 or more are eligible to have an inscribed plaque on the Memorial site. The plaque will be 12 inches tall by 16 inches wide. Five lines of text will be allowed, with 22 characters and/or spaces per line.
- Inscribed Tile
All donors of $250 or more are eligible to have an inscribed tile on the Memorial site. The tile will be 4 inches tall by 8 inches wide. Three lines of text will be allowed, with 18 characters and/or spaces per line.
If you are a donor or prospective donor and have any questions or comments about the Korean War Memorial Donor Recognition Policy, please contact us.
Phone: (415) 817-1858