WWI Commemorative Projects Endorsed by the Commission
The United States World War One Centennial Commission has endorsed the Commemorative Projects listed below that honor the nearly five million Americans who served in World War 1, and the 116,516 who sacrificed their lives. The Commission's goal with its endorsements is to increase the number of people in the United States who will be exposed these educational programs, events, tools, programs, and activities, and broaden their impact.Endorsement by the Commission authorizes the use of the Commission logo on Commemorative Project materials. The World War I Centennial Commission logos and their derivative elements are licensed trademarks. Any use of these materials is subject to the Commission's Licensing Trademark Agreement and can only be used for the expressed written purpose asserted in that Agreement. Endorsed projects are invited to provide schedules of events, website information and stories and other information to the Commission for national and international distribution.
Organizations, individuals, or events seeking endorsement may fill out the Request for Support application available online here. The World War I Centennial Commission reviews requests for endorsement on a continuous basis. Some must be reviewed by the entire Commission, and time is reserved at each public meeting of the Commission to take that action. If you have specific questions about endorsements by the Commission, submit your query here.
369th U.S. Infantry Regiment / “The 369th Experience”
Alan Seeger Commemoration
American Interpretative Center
Auburn University and The Media Production Group
Chip Forbes Inc.
Cohen & Cohen Publishers
Elles du Jazz - Jazz Women
Fields of Memory - Les Champs de Mémoire
Milwaukee Chamber Orchestra
New York State Library
Office National des Forêts
Painted Rock Productions LLC
People Programme International and Black United Fund of Illinois
Saillant de Saint-Mihiel
St Nazaire WWI
Standard8 & FieldsofBattle14-18.org
The competition is open to U.S. citizens and permanent residents who are at least 18 years or older. During Phase One of the competition, which is open from February 29–April 28, 2016, artists are encouraged to submit their contact information and three to five work samples using the online form on the Mint web site. Up to 20 applicants from Phase One will be selected to participate in Phase Two, where they will create and submit designs and plasters for the final coin. The winner will not only have his or her initials on the final coin, but will also receive a $10,000 prize.
Vintage Digital Revival, LLC
Black History Trail