GIVE BACK TO THOSE THAT HAVE PROTECTED US EVERY DAY.

The Americans that have sacrificed their life's serving our great nation in uniform where part of the price forced to pay to defend human liberty and rights - all who shall hereafter live in freedoms will be reminded that to these men and their comrades, we owe a debt to be paid with grateful remembrance of their sacrifice and with the high resolve that the cause for which they died shall live eternally.

The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation donors and partners provide critical support that improves the daily lives of service members and their families. We’re not a government agency. We rely on supporters like you to fund the programs that make the biggest difference for those that have served our great nation in uniform. 

Robert White, USMC 4th Marines - World War II 
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James Federhart, 95th Infantry Division - World War II 
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WAYS TO SUPPORT OUR MISSION

  • INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTIONS
    Your donations make it possible for The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation to support and preserve the stories of our nations veterans. Your donation safeguards the Foundation's mission to help remember those who served - EVERYDAY. To learn more about making an online donation, please click here. 
     
  • BECOME AN ANNUAL MEMBER
    Your support allows future generations to better appreciate the real stories of our heroes, their struggle and sacrifice. Whatever their involvement, it deserves permanent recognition on our Memorial Wall. Become a member today and ensure that your family’s legacy is never forgotten. You can become a member by joining online by clicking here

    DONATION BY MAIL
  • Tax-deductible donations to The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation can be made online via a secure server. If you prefer to mail your donation, please send a check or money order made payable to “The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation” to: The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation @ 3773 Cherry Creek North Drive, Suite 575, Denver, Colorado 80209
     
  • GIFTS IN HONOR OR MEMORY OF LOVED ONE
    Honor someone special by making a gift to The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation in his or her name. An honor gift is a meaningful way to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, holiday or the memory of a loved one. To learn more about making a donation in honor or memory of a loved one, please click here. 
     
  • PLANNED TO GIVE
    Make a difference at The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation with an estate gift. You can trust that our experts will work to find the best options for you to leave a legacy and support our important work.
     
  • WIRE OR STOCK TRANSFER
    You can support our veterans through a wire or stock transfer. Funds from all of our contributions lead to expanding our mission, perpetuating the stories of our veterans, and even providing sounder initiatives for our educational partners.
     
  • DONOR ADVISED FUNDS
    A donor advised fund (DAF) is a charitable program that allows you to combine the most favorable tax benefits with the flexibility to support your favorite causes.
     
  • COMPANIES LOOKING TO GIVE BACK
    If you’re representing a company looking to give back The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation, we have a number of opportunities available for you. We invite you to explore all your options.
     
  • SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
    We love our sponsors, and hope you do too. They help us achieve our mission to honor and empower The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation through programs, services, events, and a variety of other resources. 

Examples of areas The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation does not FUND:

  • Direct donations or grants to individuals, or groups
  • Religion, medical research, or for research in the humanities
  • Endowments or fundraising drives, including fundraising dinners
  • Political campaigns, political activities or political lobbyist
  • Organizations seeking capital for building or capital campaigns
  • Organizations involved in publishing, radio, film or television
  • Operating deficits or retirement of debt
  • Organizations that discriminate because of race, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, age, or political orientation

WE REMEMBER

Sgt. Homer Goodman ~ 418th Bombardment Squadron, 100th Bomb Group (H) during World War II. A waist-gunner in B-17s, he successfully completed 29 missions over enemy-occupied Europe. Passed away March 24, 2017

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WE REMEMBER 

Bradley Thomas Jr. 3104th Quartermaster from Monticello, Georgia. As a soldier in the 3104th QuarterMaster, Thomas Jr. came ashore on Omaha Beach D-Day on June 6, 1944, fought across Northern France, and during the Battle of the Bulge. He passed away July 23, 2015. 

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WE REMEMBER 

Robert Blum, 97, Pearl Harbor Survivor, Purple Heart recipient, World War II and Korean War Veteran, Patriot, member of the Greatest Generation, 'Super Great Grandpa', the 'Patriarch', 'Pop' passed into his Fathers loving arms on December 22, 2016 in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. 

WE REMEMBER 

Arthur K. Staymates, 92, of Hagerstown, Maryland, passed away on April 23, 2017. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in a combat rifle company assigned to front-line duty with the 1st Infantry Division in the European Theater.

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WE REMEMBER

Malvin Walker was born October 24, 1920 in Indianapolis, Indiana. As an officer and Army Ranger, he was aboard one of the Allied ships that fought at Omaha Beach, France. He was wounded after the initial invasion, and spent 3 months in an English hospital.Mal Walker died on October 25, 2013. He was 93. 

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WE REMEMBER 

John Cipolla, 95, of Greece was awarded the Purple Heart after he was wounded three times in battle. He fought in Normandy, Holland the Battle of the Bulge with the famed Mr. Cipolla was a paratrooper in the 501st Parachute Infantry of the 101st Airborne Division. He died on September 13, 2017. He was 95.

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WE REMEMBER 

Wilson "Bill" Colwell returned to Normandy, France nearly a dozen times since D-Day.  But his presence will be missed on Tuesday, when the world marks the 73rd anniversary of the allied invasion that changed the course of World War II. Colwell, who lived in Morrison, Colorado., died on Monday June 05, 2017. He was 89.