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Support the World War One Centennial Commission and the National Memorial Project.

The donations are via the United States Foundation for the Commemoration of the World Wars, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in the District of Columbia and your donations are tax deductible.

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The WWI Veterans Deserve Their Own Memorial In The Nation's Capital

And only YOU can make it real.

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"Almost five million Americans served in uniform during World War One. My grandfather, Daniel Sinise, served in the Army as an ambulance driver on the front lines in France. Now it's time for you and I to recognize their service.
Please donate to the World War One Centennial Commission. Help is needed as we approach the 100th anniversary of World War One. Please join the effort to honor these brave Americans."

Daniel Sinise

Gary Sinise

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When Congress created the WW1 Centennial Commission, they specifically wrote: "No Federal funds may be obligated or expended for the designation, establishment, or enhancement of a memorial..."
So we need your help. Together we can build this memorial to the nearly five million young Americans who served in World War 1."

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“There is a good argument that World War One, this immense tragedy that ended empires, changed the political and economic map of the world, was one of the most senseless wars that was ever fought, and arguably one of the most consequential. At the end of the day this is about American soldiers, sailors, Marines, the beginning of the Army Air Corps, and how they ended the war. We need you to support the Commission so these service men and women get the recognition they deserve.

General Barry McCaffrey

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