Painting of Revolutionary War soldiers playing fife and drum.

Featured Sponsors

of the American Battlefield Trust

The Trust's mission to preserve America’s hallowed battlegrounds and educate the public about what happened there and why it matters is only possible through the help of our sponsors, partners, and in-kind donors. Here, we present content made possible by our sponsors.

Americana Corner

Rediscovering our nation's first century and why it matters

The American Battlefield Trust's partners play an important role in battlefield preservation and education. The Trust engages with organizations in a variety of ways that not only contribute to our mission, but also provide shared value to our partners. 

Americana Corner is a supporter of the Trust's work creating content about the American Revolution. On the Americana Corner website, founded and operated by American Battlefield Trust board member, Tom Hand, you’ll find informative stories of the great events, founding documents, and inspirational leaders who helped create and shape our country. 

Together, the Trust and Americana Corner invite you to rediscover the stories of America’s incredible founding and first century of expansion, and, in turn, a love of history and country.

An illustration from the video Benjamin Lincoln: Revolutionary Revenge
A still from Oriskany: End of the Iroquois Confederacy
Women of the Civil War
A still from the video Black Soldiers of the Revolutionary War

The Bowe Stewart Foundation

Building understanding and appreciation of American civic heritage

The Peter Bowe and Barbara Stewart Foundation funds organizations that share their goals of strengthening civic education and closing the opportunity gap. The Foundation’s primary focus is increasing understanding and appreciation of our American civic heritage. The Foundation’s secondary focus is closing the opportunity gap by supporting organizations that emphasize education, training and work experience.

The American Battlefield Trust is proud to partner with the Peter Bowe and Barbara Stewart Foundation. Together, we have engaged with students via our Great Task Youth Leadership Program and our Baltimore and Boston Virtual Field Trips. We have also created classroom ready articles and videos which explore civics and history related topics.

Benjamin Franklin Birthplace Site, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
Interior view of the Massachusetts Historical Society's 4th home – The Dowse Library – at 30 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass.
A Map of Philadelphia and Parts Adjacent, Independence Hall Detail
A statue of statesman and Founding Father Samuel Adams against an American flag.

Daughters of the American Revolution

Preserving American history and securing America's future through better education for children

The American Revolution Experience is a collaboration between the American Battlefield Trust and the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). Both organizations are united in understanding the power of tangible links to the past, the way that landscapes, objects, and family legacy can bind us across the centuries to the essence of the American story. This online exhibit links throughout to the Trust’s renowned battlefield content and makes use of incredible documents and artifacts in DAR collections.

The American Revolution Experience
Our digital exhibition examines how the ordinary lives of 13 men and women were touched by the extraordinary events of the Revolutionary War.
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American Revolutionary Experience
Reenactors portray Black soldiers during the Revolutionary War

Additional Sponsors

This list includes nonprofit foundations created by corporate entities to fulfill their charitable goals, counting employee gift matching. We are grateful to our sponsors, partners, and in-kind donors for their support of the Trust's mission to preserve America’s hallowed battlegrounds and educate the public about what happened there and why it matters.

21st Century Fox; A&E Television Networks; Ancestry; Bank of America; Cabot Oil and Gas Corp.; Cal-Maine Foods, Inc.; Eli Lilly and Company; Entergy; Expedia, Incorporated; ESRI; Fertilizer Dealer Supply, LLC; Flippo Lumber Corporation; FM Global; GE: GMO LLC; Goldman Sachs; Google*; History Channel; IBM Corporation; Intel Corporation; Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies; Lockheed Martin; Mars Foundation; Microsoft; Norfolk-Southern; Prudential Financial; Sanmina Corporation; Shell Oil Company; State Farm; Stephen Ambrose Tours; Verizon; VISA: Walt Disney Company; Wide Awake Films.

* The American Battlefield Trust is a recipient of a Google Grants award. The Google Grants program supports registered nonprofit organizations that share Google's philosophy of community service to help the world in areas such as science and technology, education, global public health, the environment, youth advocacy, and the arts. Google Grants is an in-kind advertising program that awards free online advertising to nonprofits via Google AdWords.

Become a Sponsor

The American Battlefield Trust reaches more than 10 million people each year through its website, social media, battlefield experiences, and publications. We have collaborated with some of the country’s most admired brands, creating consistent multi-year partnerships that extend our reach to drive impact.

Financial support is essential to providing educational programs to help the general public, but especially the students and teachers who make up 80% of our web visitation, develop a lifelong appreciation and understanding of American history. We are eager for cause-marketing sponsors and corporate donors to help us achieve our mission and deliver programming to young people everywhere.

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