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These recovery missions cannot happen without your help. Donations to the UW-Madison MIA Recovery and Identification Project are tax deductible and very appreciated. Click the button to donate!


MAJOR IMPACT GIFTS
These gifts will provide invaluable functional personnel for the UW-MIA Recovery and Identification Project (UW MIA RIP).

B-25 MITCHELL LEVEL
$25,000 & up 
  • Donations at this level can fund three (3) incoming military veteran students in the UW MIA “Boot on the Ground” Program*
  • This program advises and supports veterans on their path to become full-time students at UW-Madison
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A-10 THUNDERBOLT LEVEL
$10,000 & up
  • Donations at this level can provide travel to and completion of Advanced Research Training at the National Archives *
  • This training trains students in real-time archive research at the National Archives in either Washington, DC or St. Louis, MO
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T-7 RED HAWK LEVEL
$7,000 & up
  • Donations at this level can provide stipends for two (2) MIA Project Student Case Managers for the semester * OR
  • Four (4) MIA Project Student Researchers for the semester *
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F-35 LIGHTNING LEVEL
$3,500 & up

  • Donations at this level can provide a stipend for one (1) MIA Project Student Case Manager for the semester *
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F-16 FIGHTING FALCON LEVEL
$1,600 & up
  • Donations at this level can provide support for one (1) MIA Recovery and Identification Project Student Researcher for the semester *
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OTHER WAYS TO HELP

C-5 Galaxy Level – $500
F-100 Super Sabre Level - $100
UH-60 Black Hawk Level - $60
Huey Helicopter Level - $25

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*Suggested usage of funds listed above are examples. Actual usage will be dependent upon most pressing needs for the function and mission of the UW MIA Recovery & Identification Project. All funds, however, will be applied to supporting training, research, and field missions.