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One Million Rounds is a grassroots movement encouraging people to donate their spent brass casings and actively participate in the support our veterans. This process increases concern, awareness and love for our heroes who are severely neglected; as reflected in the veteran suicide rate of 22 a day.
Slideshow from Ribbon cutting
Sending cards to the troops at Christmas is one of the greatest gifts you can give to them. It is Hard to believe that it has been 100 years since America sent Christmas Cards to our Troops in "The Great War". Help us to get a card in the hands of those who continue to protect our freedoms 100 years later.
So very proud to be partnering with the Green Zone Housing which is a permanent, supported, community-based apartment living for veterans. Conveniently located near VA Hospitals and other locations for veteran services and support, the apartments will be for both single and family housing.
The WWI Mobile Museum was truly an inspiring event. It reminds us of our veteran's services and the sacrifices that they have made for our freedom, and with the astonishing information provided in this mobile Museum we will never forget. It was a true honor to be able to hold this event at my senior community for my residents. I cannot wait to do it again!"
Jennifer Wieclaw, Eden Estates Senior Living
We're In this together...
"It was a truly memorable and moving experience to be at the Ribbon-cutting of the WWI Mobile Museum. Speaking from a Veterans point of view, it reminds us all the sacrifices that were made for our freedom. The Mobile Museum allows accessibility and education for both the young and older generations that have made our freedom possible"
Darryl Hill, Boardwalk Diagnostic
Carry The Load is a non-profit dedicated to restoring the true meaning of Memorial Day. Carry The Load provides active ways to honor the countless military, law enforcement, firefighters and rescue personnel who dedicate their lives to keeping our country safe.
"Having the privilege of visiting the WWI Museum, I am in awe of the struggle and sacrifice our men went through. Looking at all the items gave me a new appreciation for just how difficult those years must have been. One will never look at WWI the same once you see this incredible exhibit."
Museum goers share about their visit to the
Making of the museum with Family, Friends and Volunteers. Could not have done this without everyone!
"Lest We Forget"
You will notice at the end of the talk above that I mentioned about the "programs in 19 counties". If you click the button to the left (coming soon) you will find out more about these programs and how to book them for your group or activity
"I am in complete awe of the amount of research that had to have gone into the preperation of a project of this magnitude. After taking the tour I feel like I now understand what WWI was all about and why we need to remember. Thank you for the experience"
Mark Renolds Ret. USMC