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Our mission at Army Week Association is to aid and assist communities in welcoming back their sons and daughters from service, caring for the families of the fallen, and assisting our men and women with their transition from service.
Donations & Sponsorship
Army Week Association is an educational 501(c) 3 based out of NYC. We are a volunteer led and managed organization and we need your support! We are only able to fulfill our missions due to the support of generous donors like you. We welcome all donation levels and thank you, in advance, for your contribution. For more information on how you can be a donor or sponsor please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What We Do With Our Sponsorship
Laura Osnes, Broadway star who played Gold Star Wife Julia Trojan in Bandstand, reads to Blue Star children during 2018’s Army Week.
Every donation received helps us further our mission to educate and inspire those in the community who need it the most.
Over the last 6 years the donations that we have received have enabled us to hold numerous educational events. Every year we put on a variety of events which focus on issues affecting those who serve, veterans, and their families. We’ve partnered with worthy organizations to raise veteran mental health and suicide awareness, provide a fully-trained service dog to a get help to a combat-wounded veteran, and provide recognition and support to local Gold Star and Blue Star families. With your sponsorship and support, we’ve made a direct difference in our community. Through our partnerships with community-based organizations, we’re able to maximize our educational efforts and outreach to those who need it the most.
Army Week Association participates in a veteran suicide awareness campaign bringing several community partners, hundreds of veterans and their family members together for a day of remembrance.