Families of World War II Veterans is a worldwide non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the historical lessons of World War II are not forgotten. Our online global community allows visitors to share experiences of this conflict and provide younger generations with resources to help expand their knowledge of the powerful sacrifices World War II veterans made around the world.
Please join us for a day of golf and networking to help raise scholarship funds for students across the country and educate a new generation about World War II and its historical significance.
Sponsorship opportunities are available for our 2017 fundraising event. Please look for your formal invite with sponsorship details in the coming weeks. For any inquiries, please contact Wendy Sideris at email@example.com.
Thursday, November 9, 2017
7:00 a.m. Registration & breakfast
9:30 a.m. Shotgun Start
Old American Golf Club
1001 Lebanon Road
The Colony, Texas 75056
Raise funds for deserving college-bound students able to demonstrate and express the historical importance and lessons learned from World War II.
For sponsorship opportunities or questions about the event, please contact Wendy Sideris at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 441-0380 ext. 2818.
The mission of Families of World War II Veterans is to educate a new generation about World War II and its historical significance, to preserve the legacy of the heroes of this war and those dedicated to the war effort and to honor veterans' sacrifices by creating scholarship opportunities.
United in this determination and with unshakable faith in the cause for which we fight, we will, with God's help, go forward to our greatest victory.
Families of World War II Veterans is a non-profit, 501 (c) (3) charitable, tax-exempt organization dedicated to honoring the heroic legacies of World War II veterans and any persons involved in the WWII effort. We work to honor their legacies by fostering educational opportunities through scholarship donations made possible by our community members. The majority of the non-profit organization's volunteer work is accomplished by committees and local chapters both throughout the U.S. and worldwide.