Sponsors needed to send WW2 Veterans to WW2 National Museum

Oct 04, 16 Sponsors needed to send WW2 Veterans to WW2 National Museum

 

We are accepting & need donations to take 15 WW2 Veterans to the National WW2 Museum in New Orleans this December

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FACT: There were 16,112,566 members of the United States Armed Forces during WW2. There were 291,557 battle deaths, 113,842 other deaths in service (non-theater), and 670,846 non-mortal woundings. According to the Dept. of Veterans Affairs 697,806 American veterans from the war are still alive as of 2016.

FACT: 430 WW2 Veterans die every day (2016 average)

FACT: It took 59 years to dedicate a Memorial in Washington to our Greatest Generation

 

Please help us give the Men and Women of our Greatest Generation

the thank you they deserve before it’s too late!

Your donation covers the cost of Hotel, Meals and all the expenses along the way. Jet Blue is covering the Air fare.

YOUR SUPPORT WILL KEEP THESE TRIPS COMPLETELY FREE FOR THE WW2 VETERANS

 

Our goal is to make sure Veterans are recognized, admired and thanked for their service.

Veterans never forget this gratitude and adoration. And “The Greatest Generation” deserves nothing less.

To Sponsor:   click the following.

Help send World War 2 Veterans to visit the National WW2 Museum this December

www.bootsonthegroundny.com/product/ww2veteransourgreatestgeneration

Please visit our website at www.BootsontheGroundNY.com/donate

Or you can mail a check payable to BOTGNY to PO BOX 675 Bellport NY 11713

Donations are tax deductible

 

Please give what you can as a small token of appreciation to Our Greatest Generation

for the Freedoms that they afforded us.

 

For more information, please contact

Frank Bania    631-294-5248     frankb@Bootsonthegroundny.com

Roger Kilfoil      631-766-3296     RKFDNY@yahoo.com

 

“The National WWII Museum, formerly known as the D-Day Museum, is a military history museum located in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana, on Andrew Higgins Drive between Camp Street and Magazine Street. The museum focuses on the contribution made by the United States to Allied victory in World War II. Founded in 2000, it was later designated by the U.S. Congress as America’s official National World War II Museum in 2003. The Museum maintains an affiliation with the Smithsonian Institution. The mission statement of the Museum emphasizes the American experience in World War II.”

 

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