Supporting the Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum
As a small non-profit history museum, the Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum receives no state, local or federal funding. We operate under the auspice of the Telecom Pioneers (EIN 16-1634095) charitable organization but we do not receive any monetary funding from them or from any telephone company.
Your generous donation allows the all-volunteer staff to create new exhibits, provide repairs and maintain the 1896 building housing the museum and fund the day-to-day operational expenses.
A memorial gift is a wonderful way to remember someone who has recently passed away. An honor gift is made in celebration of special events such as a birthday, retirement, anniversary, Mother's Day, Father's Day or as an expression of gratitude.
Donate Using Your Debit or Credit Card You can make your secure one-time, monthly, quarterly or annual donation to the museum using a debit or credit card. If you wish to make a donation in honor or in memory of someone, please provide the contact information on the form and we will send a note to the honoree or family acknowledging your gift.
If you would like assistance with your donation, please call 314.416.8004 Wednesday-Sunday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm or email us at email@example.com.
Mail Donations To If you wish to mail your donation, please make your check payable to Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum and send it to:
Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum 12 Hancock Avenue Saint Louis, MO 63125
AT&T Employees Full-time AT&T employees who participate in the Employee Giving Campaign can donate to the museum through the Charity Rewards Program. Please use the following information:
1. Select TelecomPioneers-HQ based in Greenwood, Colorado (EIN # 161634095 or 16-1634095). 2. Under Designation, choose either "Campaign, Project or Program" or "To Support the Fundraising Efforts of". 3. Under "Enter Note", type Missouri 11, JB Museum (Unit 1435).
Thank you for supporting the Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum. We appreciate your generosity!
Enjoy nostalgia from the early years of the telephone. It’s a fun family adventure, an educational field trip for students and an enjoyable group outing.