Catch the Spirit!
Since the beginning of the mountain carving back in 1948, it has been the policy of Crazy Horse Memorial not to accept any government funding.
This is in keeping with Korczak’s wishes. He believed that the public would recognize the historic and educational value of the project and would support it with passion and generosity.
Thousands of individuals and businesses over the years have proved him right and moved the goal of reconciliation and unity forward.
People like you have kept this dream alive.
Because Crazy Horse Memorial is supported entirely by private funding, your charitable support is vital to the future of the mountain carving and to the educational and cultural programs of the Memorial.
We have a variety of ways in which you can help keep Korczak’s Dream alive. In some cases, it can also be an important investment for you and your family.
For further information…
Please contact the development office at:
Crazy Horse Memorial is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) foundation. Contributions to the organization are tax deductible under IRS rules.