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North Carolina Military Veterans Hall of Fame

Org #45407
Vetted since 2017 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2016
year founded
$43,499
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

Our mission is to educate the citizens of North Carolina, and the nation, on the true heroes of our state: our military veterans. We will accomplish this by honoring them annually with events and protocols that put their stories into the mainstream view of our inhabitants of the state, as well as those that visit. Our extended mission is to assist our homeless and unemployed veterans through in-house programs. We intend to eliminate the association of the title veteran, with the the words 'homeless' and 'unemployed' by giving them access to training, shelter and access to in-house benefits through like-minded, caring corporate partners.

Project Leaders
Curtis Drafton
Curtis Drafton
Team
Curtis L Drafton, Bill B Douglas
Organization Information
4522 Carnfeld Ln
Charlotte, NC 28215
United States
404-490-8105

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #0637946205
Organization Information
4522 Carnfeld Ln
Charlotte, NC 28215
United States
404-490-8105

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #0637946205

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work.

Oct 23, 2019
OCT Report
It has been an adventurous past 12 months with assisting the Bay County area, and we wanted to share a video that was done by a local news affiliate while we were there for the one year anniversary of...
Oct 21, 2019
19 OCT REPORT
Firstly, thank you to everyone who expressed well wishes, prayers and whom also contributed to the overall Hurricane Dorian drive! We have seen an outpouring like none other and the love has reached...
Sep 30, 2019
SEP 27 Report
Good afternoon. The state of Abaco and Freeport remain the same. There is the continual look of desparation in the eyes of people, the smell of rotten wood, molding structures from where sea water sat...
 
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