Hats Off America, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 1,914
Children & Youth, Human Services, Veterans
2411 Old Crow Canyon Rd Ste N San Ramon CA 94583 USA
HOA seeks parity in compensation for the survivors of soldiers who are dying for our freedom every day with the amounts awarded to the families of 9/11 victims. left leaderless by a soldier’s loss.
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HOA was incorporated 3/25/04. Our energies are focused on fundraising. We sponsor a Car Show and a Black Tie event annually. HOA intends to prioritize the allocation of its resources to beneficiaries utilizing publicly available military records to identify families that have the charge of care of multiple descendants (of age less than six) of the deceased. The greater the number of direct descendants (children), the sooner HOA benefits will be distributed to that party.
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with 11,000 miles run for Gold Star Families and 10 events a year starting Sept.15 2002 letting Gold star families know after their loss they will not be forgotten
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from the start with no money but a belife that Gold Star Families pay the highest price in this country for our freedom and this country needs to let them know they will not be forgotten with $12,000 raised for a family that received nothing after the Marine died
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Bent over backwords to help
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Give more families the understanding that this country cares about them
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