Mission Matters Newsletter from Wreaths Across America – July 2019

A newsletter from the Wreaths Across America organization.

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Thank you to all who have shared your stories this month as part of #GivingInJuly. Seeing how you are giving back in your own communities through helping to Remember, Honor and Teach is truly what made my family want to start Wreaths Across America to begin with.

Daily, I am reminded of the impact this mission has on so many people, Americans coming together from all backgrounds to remember a stranger’s loved one. From a Gold Star mom finding peace in knowing someone came to visit her child and said their name, to seeing a Veteran brought to tears as we welcome them home 50 years later. The wreath is the catalyst to help us do this. It bring communities together and helps people put aside their differences for a brief time to focus on all that is good.

I will forever be grateful to play a small part in this incredibly humbling journey that is Wreaths Across America, and look forward to hearing your stories and bringing more people together in this great country.

With gratitude,
Karen Worcester

Monthly Features

Become a Fundraising Group Today!
Do you know a local youth or school group, non profit or civic group needing to raise funds for a field trip, new equipment or uniforms, or even to help pay their bills?

Watch this short video to learn how easy it is to sign up to be a Fundraising Group for a local participating cemetery and earn $5 back for every $15 veteran’s wreath sponsorship raised!

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Wreaths Across America is proud to partner with nonprofits, youth and civic groups, and veteran service organizations across the United States in supporting our nation’s heroes and thanking them for their service. Through our fundraising group efforts, Wreaths Across stimulates other charitable funds by returning $5 of every $15 wreath sponsorship raised. In doing so, we “do good twice,” recognizing the commitment made by veteran service organizations, civic and youth groups, and other nonprofits to support Wreaths Across America by directly giving back to their missions in turn. 
In The News
The Tyson team accepted their award presented by Wreaths Across America Founder Morrill Worcester and his son Rob on July 12 at the 6th Annual Stem to Stone event held in Downeast Maine. 

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Did You Know?
Join more than two million of your fellow Americans on Saturday, Dec. 14, 2019, and help to remember our fallen, honor them and their families, and teach the next generation the value of freedom.
Help us remember them all. Sponsor a $15 veteran’s wreath today and ensure no one is forgotten.
Everyone Plays A Part
The 10 balsam bouquets comprising each veteran’s  wreath are symbolic of so much to us at Wreaths Across America. Represented here by hands, they demonstrate the many ways individuals and communities come together to Remember, Honor and Teach.

Each month, we’ll share stories from across the country of the different ways to #PlayAPart2019.

Army veteran’s dog tags returned 50 years later

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Lost helmet of WWII veteran found in France

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Intern’s efforts bring 3,000 attendees to funeral of Vietnam veteran who had no living relatives

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Elgin veteran honors military, first responders with flag displays

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Wreaths Across America Radio
Have you been listening to Wreaths Across America Radio? Join us now while we celebrate volunteerism in support of America’s military, their families and our veterans as we remember, honor and teach.
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Phone: 1 (877) 385 9504 
Email: helpdesk@wreathsacrossamerica.org

Wreaths Across America HQ, 4 Point Street, Columbia Falls, ME 04623

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