The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation is an IRS 501(c)3 International non-governmental organization (INGO) dedicated to honoring the sacrifices of veterans by returning them to their former battlegrounds, cemeteries and memorials to ensure that their legacies are recorded and retold in perpetuity to future generations.

The Greatest Generations Foundation - Remember Those Who Served

DUTY

 Just as our veterans answered their nation’s call of duty, we believe it is our duty to preserve their stories for future generations.

The Greatest Generations Foundation - Remember Those Who Served

HONOR

We believe that our veterans deserve to be honored by all those they liberated and protected.

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SACRIFICE

Our veterans have sacrificed so much to secure our liberties and safety, and deserve to be remembered for those sacrifices.

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We are ETERNALLY GRATEFUL to our proud supporters who also want to serve those who served our great nation.  

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


SIGNATURE PROGRAM - BATTLEFIELD RETURN: THEIR FINAL GOODBYE

Our signature program provides opportunities for combat veterans to return to the battlefields of World War II to visit the cemeteries and memorials at no cost to the veterans. 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.

THE WAR WITHOUT HEROES INITIATIVE: OUR RETURN TO Vietnam

The War Without Heroes programs back 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.  

CONNECTING GENERATIONS INITIATIVE: NORMANDY LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

The Greatest Generations Foundation Connecting Generations Normandy 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 Normandy Invasion, also called Operation Overlord, during World War II, the Allied invasion of western Europe, which was launched on June 6, 1944 (the most celebrated D-Day of the war), with the simultaneous landing of U.S., British, and Canadian forces on five separate beachheads in Normandy, France. By the end of August 1944 all of northern France was liberated, and the invading forces reorganized for the drive into Germany, where they would eventually meet with Soviet forces advancing from the east to bring an end to the Nazi Reich.

Throughout the program we study key strategic objectives and the tactical events that accompanied them, and we focus on the role that leadership played in effective implementation, or the lack thereof.  We also reflect upon the relevance of these timeless lessons and how each relates to contemporary leadership initiatives in participants’ current roles. Participants leave excited about their experience to be better leaders and armed with battle-tested tools they can use immediately.

HANDS HELPING HEROES: RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS

The Hands Helping Heroes Community initiative was created after a series of requests of financial support from the family and friends of Veterans; the request was to connect our veterans to communities through physical and social activity, to help enhance their lives. This initiative fulfills the desires of combat veterans who are above the age of 75 and have served our country or sacrificed a gear deal for the country. Our foundation helps realize their final dreams, makes provision for them, give their families encouragement, support and closure when they finally die.

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Help SUPPORT our mission and HONOR our veterans through various programs we have available to perpetuate their HERITAGE for generations to come.


As you know, the men and women who don the United States military uniform have put their lives on the line, and in many cases have paid in full the price of the freedoms we enjoy today. As these brave men and women continue to escort our country into the future, it is important that we do not let them, their stories, or their cause be forgotten. 

There are various ways by which you can MAKE A DIFFERENCE with TGGF. Our programs and initiatives are available for you to pick from, just be sure that any contribution you make will be used to create a life-long change in the life of a veteran and the life of anybody they relate with. With your help, we are taking huge steps to make sure the world never forgets those who made their selves available to give us the liberty we currently enjoy.

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  • ONLINE DONATION - To a fast and convenient way to donate, select “DONATE TODAY” on the right of our website page. Click on Network for Good to go through the procedure for selecting a gift for TGGF.
     
  • MAIL DONATION - You can also send a check by mail, you make your payment to The Greatest Generations Foundation c/o 3773 Cherry Creek North Drive, Suite 575 Denver, Colorado 80209.

Note: NOTE: Ensure you include your name, address, phone number and e-mail address. Specify which of the programs you are supporting. (If your gift is in honor or memory of a veteran, you’re required to identify the name of the honoree and give the name and address of the person who should be notified of the donation.) 

Sgt. Homer Goodman, 100th Bomb Group - World War II 

Sgt. Homer Goodman, 100th Bomb Group - World War II 

Robert White, USMC 4th Marines - World War II 

Robert White, USMC 4th Marines - World War II 

James Federhart, 95th Infantry Division - World War II 

James Federhart, 95th Infantry Division - World War II