National Coin Week



"Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country."

- President John. F. Kennedy


The 2014 National Coin Week will take place April 20-26. The theme will be: "Coin & Country: Celebrating Civic Service"


Take the Member Volunteer Challenge

Heed the famous words of JFK and volunteer your time to promote civic service. For your efforts, you could win a 2014 American Eagle quarter ounce gold proof coin or other great prizes, plus you'll feel the satisfaction of bettering your community. 

<< Learn more about the Member Volunteer Challenge


Publicize National Coin Week

Does your club have big plans for National Coin Week, but you're just not sure how to get the word out? Check out the 2014 Promotional Material page for info on how to order items like buttons, bookmarks and Buffalo nickels, plus you can download a sample press release to send to your local newspaper, or download a sample proclamation for your local mayor to sign. 

<< Start promoting your activities


Get involved in civic service

Educators and students, here's an opportunity to experience the importance of civic service for yourself. Students who volunteer for civic service will win a free Indian Head penny, and one lucky winner will win a silver coin. 

<< Learn how to get involved


Enjoy these items from the ANA Library

The Dwight N. Manley Numismatic Library has several books and videos in its collection that relate to the National Coin Week theme. Members can check them out in person or via mail.   

<< Browse library materials dealing with Coin and Country



Take a look back at what the ANA has done during past National Coin Week events: