Disabled Veterans Life Memorial Foundation Inc.
Rating: 3 stars 8 reviews
Issues: Civil Rights, Arts & Culture, Philanthropy, Veterans
Location: 6290 Linton Blvd. Suite 104 Delray Beach FL 33484 USA
To design and build The American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial as a symbol of honor and unity for all disabled veterans from all branches of the service and from all conflicts and generations; and to educate, inform and remind all Americans of the human costs of war, and of the sacrifices that our disabled veterans have made on behalf of American freedoms.
Programs: Establishment of a National Memorial on Federal lands in the District of Columbia to honor disabled veterans. Patriotic Awareness Program: Designed to educate the public about American Patriotism, the cause of freedom and ways to express their honor for disabled American Veterans.
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Before you even consider donating to this operation, check out Anderson Cooper 360. They did an in depth investigation that will convince you that there are far better places to donate your money if you really want to give disabled veterans the help they need. http://ac360.blogs.cnn.com/2012/05/08/charitys-money-not-going-to-helping-vets/?on.cnn=1&hpt=ac_bn2
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