The citizen led group has already done a significant amount of groundwork in the effort to prevent the building from being torn down. They obtained an engineering report that provided confidence in the integrity of the building; obtained construction estimates; and signed a memorandum of understanding with the Excelsior Springs Museum & Archives, backstopped by the ClayRay Veterans Club, to partner with the effort under their nonprofit 501(c)(3) status. They also held on open house onsite to gain public support and feedback, and met with several local civic organizations. Major donors also have already stepped forward, including Crowley Furniture, which has deep roots in Excelsior Springs. Others have already signed on to provide inkind
help in demolition, painting and restoration to return the office to its original charm.

Superior Office Restoration Pledge/Donation Form





I Pledge (cash) $ and/or (in-kind materials or volunteer time)

Payment(s) to be Made  Dates

You will be redirected to Excelsior Springs Museum & Archives after form submission. Online payment button will be located on the left side of the home page. Thank you.

All donations are tax deductible, and no goods or services are given for this donation.