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


 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


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



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


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."


Our signature program provides opportunities for combat veterans to return to the European or Pacific battlefields to visit the cemeteries and war 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, 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 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.  


We believe that education is the essential platform through which the veterans Duty, Honor, and Sacrifice must be preserved for future generations. The Connecting Generations - Center for International Studies collaborates with Business Organizations, Military Colleges and Universities to bring together generations of patriots on experiences to Pearl Harbor and Normandy with those remaining veterans of World War II to learn directly from those who were there.


Hands Helping Heroes Community Initiative was born from the requests of friends and family of veterans who have requested financial support from our Foundation over the past decade to help enrich the lives of America's veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity. Our Hands Helping Heroes Initiative grants wishes to combat veterans over 75 years of age who have served our country or in other cases sacrificed greatly for our country, by realizing their final dream, providing them, their families encouragement, comfort and closure at the end of life.


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

There are so many ways you can help Make a Difference with The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation.. Whatever you choose, please know that your contribution will be used towards the goal of creating lasting change in veterans’ lives, and the lives of those with whom they interact. Together, we can lead global efforts to remember those that have served and provided us with the freedoms we endure today.

Join us and make a difference.

  • ONLINE DONATION - For quick and easy donating, select “DONATE TODAY” to the right to go to our online donation page with Network For Good to process your gift for The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation.
  • MAIL DONATION - To send a check by mail, make your donation payable to The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation c/o 3773 Cherry Creek North Drive, Suite 575 Denver, Colorado 80209.

Note: Please enclose your name, address, phone, e-mail and specify what you would like to support (refer to options above. If your gift is in memory or in honor of someone, please stipulate the name of honoree and provide the name and address of the person who should receive notification.

There are many ways you can help:

  • GIFTS IN HONOR OR MEMORY - Donating to The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation Endowment Fund is a meaningful way to honor someone special annually. Your gift reflects your desire to make a lasting impact on the lives of others, just as your honoree has done for you. 
  • CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS - Corporate partnerships provide us with the opportunity to bring awareness to a variety of audiences in support of all the work we do for the veterans, while engaging employees and consumers in a positive cause.
  • COMMUNITY EVENTS - You and your friends can support The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation by holding your own event or participating in an existing event—get your community involved to raise funds to help support our programs. The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation Grassroots Fundraising Program is for individuals, groups, businesses, schools and clubs—anyone who is interested in raising funds for our veteran’s programs by holding events or participating in other established events. 
  • MATCHING GIFTS - Many companies encourage their employees to make charitable contributions to The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation by matching their philanthropic support. Consult your human resources office and request a matching gift form.
  • PLANNED GIVING - Whether you would like to give now or after your lifetime, strategic planning allows you to align your charitable giving with your overall financial and estate plans. Many giving plans even offer you financial benefits, so you can be sure you’ll make the greatest impact on The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation movement while maintaining the future security of you and your loved ones. 
  • AMAZON: On your first visit to, select The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation as your charitable organization, and then 0.5 percent of the price of all your eligible AmazonSmile purchases will be donated to support our mission.
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