Support the S.S. JOHN W. BROWN
End of Year Shipyard Fundraiser

The Liberty Ship JOHN W BROWN is looking for support for our 2019 Coast Guard required Dry-Docking of the ship. The Dry-Docking consist of inspections, repairs, cleaning and painting the hull which the estimated costs of $1M.

Estimated Costs - $1M
Repairs & Inspections $246K
Clean & Paint Hull $218K
Drydock Vessel $193K
Fuel & Miscellaneous Others $127K
Open, Drain, Prepare $111K
Paint & Supplies $105K

When $250K is achieved, matching funds will be provided by the National Park Service ($200K) and the State of Maryland ($50K).

As always, personal checks for charitable donations can be mailed to:

Project Liberty Ship, Inc.
P.O. Box 25846 Highlandtown Station
Baltimore, MD 21224

 

Project Liberty Ship, INC

Project Liberty Ship is dedicated to the preservation of the Liberty Ship S.S. JOHN W BROWN as a living memorial to the men and women who built the great Liberty Fleet and to the merchant seamen and U.S. Navy Armed Guard who sailed the ships across the oceans of the world.  

The S.S. JOHN W BROWN is the last remaining troop transport from WWII and the last to have landed troops ashore as part of an amphibious landing.  It is also the oldest remaining Liberty Ship in the world.  It was built in and is home ported in Baltimore.  It is a museum and maritime education center open to all ages.

 

For all of you online shoppers, if you order things through Amazon you can donate money to the ship. AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile. amazon.com you'll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to your favorite charitable organization. Enter Project Liberty Ship and shop away. As always thanks for supporting us in all ways possible. 

Donations of all sizes go a long way to keeping her ship shape and open to all who visit her. 

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