Honor our WWI Doughboys with a Year-End gift

An item from the World War One Centennial Commission.


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Honor our Doughboys with a Year-End Gift.

Doughboy Litter Bearers

2019 has been a BIG year for them.


Sculpture Scene 1 and 2

A Soldier’s Journey

In late August, sculptor Sabin Howard moves his studio from the Bronx to Englewood, NJ to accommodate the “full size” sculpting of the 58 foot long, 38 character bronze relief sculpture called “A Soldier’s Journey”.
At this new facility, Sabin and his entire studio team are doing amazing work.


At the site National WWI Memorial in Washington DC

Memorial Design Approved

In a major project milestone, the final Memorial design is unanimously approved by the US Commission of Fine arts (CFA) after a presentation on Sept. 18, 2019. The National Capital Planning Commission (NCPC) also approved the final design in early October, clearing the way for the project to seek construction permits from the Department of the Interior and the supervising National Park Service.


Construction Launch 2019

Construction of the WWI Memorial Launches

December 12, 2019, tops off an incredibly dynamic year for the Doughboys. This marks the launch of the first phase of construction for their new memorial in Washington, D.C. after more than 100 years!


It is your continued support that is making all this possible.

So we ask you to please include the WWI Memorial in Washington, D.C. in your tax deductible year-end giving.

Click HERE to donate today


Even if you can’t donate now
You can still help!

Here is how:

We have published the 2019 WWI Memorial progress into a Facebook Story with videos and image galleries. If you have a facebook account, please help us raise money by sharing our post with your friends on your Facebook Page.

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Using you smart phone, go to 
https://www.facebook.com/pg/ww1centennial/posts/

The story is pinned to the top of the posts.

Click the share button and spread the word about the progress on the National WWI Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Happy Holidays, Happy New Year and thank you for your support.

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