Greatest Generations

Rating: 4.68 stars   19 reviews


3773 Cherry Creek North Drive Room/suite 575 Denver CO 80209 USA


The greatest generations foundation is an irs 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization dedicated to serving u. S. And allied war veterans. The mission of the greatest generations foundation (tggf) is to promote recognition and respect for u. S. And allied war veterans whiles enhancing historical education for today's youth. Their dedication and bravery must never be forgotten, nor should the value of their deeds be allowed to disappear into the annals of history. The overall organizational goals for tggf are to: a)educate the community about war heroes; b) bring excitement to youth about historical events; c) provide a venue for veterans to share stories; d) foster the closure of the past for veterans, and e) renew interest in history and current events fo future generations.


The greatest generations foundation (tggf) organizes programs to take war veterans back to the battlefields where they fought in world war ii, korea and vietnam. Along with taking the veterans, the organization prepares educational documentaries to record their historic return. Tggf continues to promote the foundation mission with members, veterans and volunteers by conducting educational programs to serve communities throughout north america, europe and asia. Tggf continues to produce documentary films highlighting the return of our military veterans to their fields of battles.

general operations and education programs.

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Rating: 3 stars  

My father, 101st Airborne, died in December, and at his request we named The Greatest Generations Foundation for donations in lieu of flowers. TGGF purportedly acknowledges all online donors immediately, and all snail-mail donors by mail, but they would not provide us with a list of donors so that we could also thank them as a family. We contacted TGGF repeatedly by telephone and email, but we didn't get the list of 26 donors until mid-February, nearly 2 months after my father's death. This issue may not be important to every family, but if you're naming them as a memorial donation, please be aware of this administrative issue.

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Wonderful organization that honors American vets. Our family has supported this organization for the past four years. It is a great place for students to be engaged directly with our military veterans. Sincerely, John and Mary Hensley. Dallas, TX

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Reading the stories of our World War II veterans find closure.

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I could have devoted more time with my father and hearing his own story from World War II. He passed away in 2002.

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