The US Veterans Hall of Fame, a *501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, is the tangible product of the requests of our citizens: that the veterans of the United States military (representing all branches and states) be honored, respected and held sacred for their selfless sacrifices made for the freedoms of this great nation.
That being said, the members of the Board of Directors and corporate partners have come together with community leaders to establish a project, and a facility, worthy of hosting the stories, legacies and artifacts of the experiences from our men and women in uniform.
Our Board Members, corporate partners and current operational executives stress the need to stay in constant communication with communities to ensure that the collective consensus of the public is being adhered to: as we are a public trust and nonprofit that reflect the majority opinion of goodwill as we seek to enshrine veterans of good character, noble deed and noteworthy service into the buildings hallowed walls.
Though started by a select few of the veteran and corporate population, this venture is not owned by any one man, corporation or state and will be held accountable to be in good faith at all times as to not tarnish the deeds or legacies of our recipients.
So, on behalf of the few that represent us all, to the public who endear and cherish those who have served…
We will conduct ourselves as professionals and treat our veteran’s legacies with care, God’s love and compassion as we seek to honor them properly.
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