Help Heal The Armory
One of the nation’s treasures, The Historic Houston Light Guard Armory, has faced many years of neglect which has caused the building to deteriorate. In its 94-year history, it has also been struck by many hurricanes, tropical storms, and vandalism. Since the Center of African American Military History, dba BSNM, purchased the building, we have made it our mission to renovate, restore, preserve and revitalize this space to its natural condition with a modern touch.
Thanks to all of you for your support throughout the years, and welcome to our new supporters and friends of the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum, housed in the historic 1925 historical Houston Light Guard Armory at 3816 Caroline Street.
Join us in our current campaign to totally restore and preserve the armory, hire more professional museum staff, retire debt of the armory, and establish an endowment to keep the armory looking good for generations to come!
For Offline Donations:
In order to make an offline donation we ask that you please follow these instructions:
- Make a check payable to “Buffalo Soldier National Museum”
- On the memo line of the check, please indicate that the donation is for “Buffalo Soldier National Museum”
- Please mail your check to:
Buffalo Soldier National Museum
3816 Caroline Street
Houston, TX 77004
All contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and are tax-deductible.
Heal the Armory
The “5 in 5 Campaign” is needed to continue the restoration of the historical Houston Light Guard Armory and to advance our operations. This will campaign will enable us to do the following:
- Repair the armory that will ensure the safety of our staff
- Retire our long-standing debt which will save on annual expenses
- Support our operations and personnel to increase our capacity
- Create an endowment that will allow us to continue to advance programs, exhibitions, collections, and archives for years to come.
I invite you to join me in support of this campaign. With your help, we can begin Healing the Armory by “Preserving the Past and Continuing the Legacy!”
Desmond Bertrand-Pitts, MBA, MEd
Chief Executive Officer