"These esteemed veterans will have died without the closure that could allow them to make sense of their sacrifices."


#1-BATTLEFIELD RETURN: "THE YANKS ARE COMING"

Our battlefield return program provides combat veterans of World War II with the opportunity to return to their battlefields to pay homage to their fallen brothers they lost during battle. These programs back to the battlefields are often emotional, but provide veterans a measure of closure from their war experiences and the chance to share in the gratitude for their service, and a venue to educate others throughout communities across the globe.

#2-THE WAR WITHOUT HEROES: RETURN TO VIETNAM

Our return programs to Vietnam vindicates the timeless principles of peace and justice in the world by raising awareness of the selfless courage all Vietnam War veterans exercised when they were called to duty, in hopes that future generations will never forget their sacrifices or those who were left behind.  

#3-CONNECTING GENERATIONS: Normandy LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

The Greatest Generation Connecting Generations Leadership Experience brings participants to the site of one of the world's great military operations—the 1944 Allied liberation of France—to learn timeless lessons on leadership directly from the veterans of World War II.  The Greatest Generation Connecting Generations Leadership Experience is molded on a performance executed in combat by those very veterans that experienced World War II. This once-a-life-time experience lets participants see and feel, as no history book or mere lecture can, the challenges they faced during World War II’s pivotal battles. The program provides the historical background and facilitate in-depth discussion with each veteran to reach a deep understanding of "Duty, Honor, Country" leaving participants excited about their wartime experience and to become better citizen ambassadors on American interests, traditions and values.

#4-HANDS HELPING HEROES: RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS

The Hands Helping Heroes initiative was created by our devoted supporters to help provide support to American Veterans in need to help enrich their final years of their lives. This initiative fulfills the desires of veterans who are above the age of 75 and have served our country or sacrificed a great deal for the country. To learn more about Hands Helping Heroes, or to request a wish from TGGF, please contact TGGF directly. 

 World War II veteran Mr. Edward Tipper received a $14000 in-house chairlift from TGGF and its supporters. 

World War II veteran Mr. Edward Tipper received a $14000 in-house chairlift from TGGF and its supporters. 

 Pearl Harbor survivor Mr. Jack Holder lost all of his money to a telephone scam. Thanks to TGGF and our supporters, we raised over $60,000 to help Mr. Holder live out the twilight years of his life. 

Pearl Harbor survivor Mr. Jack Holder lost all of his money to a telephone scam. Thanks to TGGF and our supporters, we raised over $60,000 to help Mr. Holder live out the twilight years of his life. 

 World War II veteran, Mr. Joseph Reilly drove a 1988 Satan. Thanks to TGGF and our supporters, Mr. Reilly received a NEW car to help with his school and speaking events. 

World War II veteran, Mr. Joseph Reilly drove a 1988 Satan. Thanks to TGGF and our supporters, Mr. Reilly received a NEW car to help with his school and speaking events. 

 World War II veteran Peter du Pre had a wish to record his first album. At the age of 96, TGGF made that possible for Mr. Du Pre. Today, he is a Nashville recording artist.

World War II veteran Peter du Pre had a wish to record his first album. At the age of 96, TGGF made that possible for Mr. Du Pre. Today, he is a Nashville recording artist.

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