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

Mission:

   

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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Rating: 5 stars  

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Seems to me the last person who posted has an ax to grind? And he obviously visits the site just to lower the ratings? For those not in the know but who truly care about veterans, this foundation is building a memorial in Washington, DC to honor the sacrifice of disabled veterans. From what I've read, they are expecting to be ready and open to the public in the fall of 2014. The next time you see garbage from a "reviewer" (you can tell by the dumb photo and silly comments), take it with a big grain of salt. -- Written by the mother of a disabled veteran

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Just read that this long-overdue Memorial is under construction. It will be a welcome and beloved addition to Washington DC. It's time to honor those who have been disabled defending our country. As for another comment on this page ... this is NOT the group profiled on Anderson Cooper. The names are very similar but they are different groups entirely. This one is on the up-and-up.

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Glad to hear that construction has started on the Memorial. Disabled veterans will now have a fitting tribute to the sacrificies they've made for our country.

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Do not confuse this Foundation with the Disabled Veterans National Foundation, which was the subject of Anderson Cooper's story on CNN. They are not related in any way. THIS Foundation's sole focus is to raise money to build The American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial in Washington, DC, to honor and pay tribute to some of America’s most courageous heroes, and to celebrate those men and women who may be broken in body—but never in spirit. It is expected to be completed and dedicated in late 2014. Updates can be found on the Memorial website, www.avdlm.org.

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