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Ways That You Can Take Action to Make a Difference Today

Please consider donating to the four not- for- profit foundations suggested that help veterans, their families and the WWII Museum. You can donate in the name of a service member that you learned about from the websites provided.

The following organizations help our military, first responders and their families. Students who have participated in the Be the Difference-Never Again project have honored the memory of those buried in Italy by contributing to some of the following organizations:

The Fisher House Foundation builds “comfort homes” at military and VA medical centers, enabling family members of hospitalized military personnel to be present during treatment, saving military and veteran families more than $235 million in travel and lodging costs. Today there are more than 86 Fisher Houses across the country.

Homes for Our Troops is a privately funded nonprofit organization that builds mortgage-free, specially adapted homes nationwide for severely injured Post-9/11 Veterans, to enable them to rebuild their lives. The PBS series This Old House featured homes built for disabled veterans.   Link goes to a different series American Veteran.

Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund is a leader in supporting the men and women of the Armed Forces and their families. 100% of donations go directly to the program. (The Board of Trustees of the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund underwrites all administrative costs and no portion of contributions are deducted.)

The Tunnel to Towers Foundation builds mortgage-free smart homes for catastrophically injured veterans and first responders. In addition, the foundation pays off the mortgages of military, law enforcement officers and firefighters and who lose their lives in the line of duty or to 9/11 related illness with young children.

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Learn about The National World War II Museum. It is designated as the official WWII museum of the United States. Visitors experience that time in history "from the industrial efforts on the home front to the combat experience of the American soldier abroad. It honors the "Greatest Generation".    This link also goes to American Veteran.

Watch Debt of Honor the history of disabled veterans in the United States from the Revolutionary War to the present. It was directed and produced by Ric Burns as part of the PBS series Stories of Service and underwritten by Lois Pope.

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