Missing In America - Veterans Recovery Program
Rating: 4.9 stars 39 39 reviews
500 Hidden Valley Road Grants Pass OR 97527 USA
Locate, identify and inter the unclaimed cremated remains of american veterans through the joint efforts of private, state and federal organizations. To provide honor and respect to those who have served this country by securing a final resting place for these forgotten heroes.
Geographic areas served:
Visted 1,752 funeral homes; found 10,918 cremains; identified 2,528 veteran cremains; 2,332 veterans interred.
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7 people found this review helpful
Initally Mr. Salanti briefed an organization that I was Chairman of the Board of. I felt an overwhelming sense of commitment to MIAP immediatly. As a Professional Soldier and Veterans Advocate, MIAP epitomized the most honorable and dedicated Veterans Program I had every seen. I have been honored on two occasions to participate in the burial of one of America's Heroes. They were experiences I will cherish forever. No man has the intellect, the courage, the leasership, and the honorable dedication to lead this MIAP than Mr. Fred Salanti. He has become my friend and one of my heroes. John E. Cleckner Sr. U.S. Army Special Forces Retired Veterans Advocate Political Activist
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
every instance I have been involved with them. MIAP is one of the best managed Non Profit Corp. I have ever been affiliated with.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
help Mr. Salanti fund and locate into appropriately suitable offices so his non-profit activities could flerish and he could manage a National effort better.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
the MISSION. MIAP is the most honorable and noble Veterans Org. I have ever seen in my 40 years as a Veterans Advocate.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
were the most dedicated volunteers and MIAP members I could have imagined. They are truely "Silent Professionals" honoring our American Heroes everyday.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
find and bury every "Lost" Veteran Hero in America. It could expand its mission to involve other services to help Veterans, Dependants, Widows and Orphans of Needy, Disabled & Dead Veterans
Ways to make it better...
I could have helped Mr. Salanti with financial help earlier.
In my opinion, the biggest challenges facing this organization are...
like any nonprofit, getting what is needed to continue the mission and constantly try to make it better.
One thing I'd also say is that...
MIAP is an organization I will always support, both financially and through service.
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About every week
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