Support the REMEMBER HONOR SALUTE Foundation and help save the Home of the Brave Museum!
With the help of our Pearl Harbor Survivors in 1991, Janet & Glen Tomlinson created Home of the Brave Tours & Museum, a one-of-a-kind WWII Military Base Tour along with the largest private collection of 1940's memorabilia in the Pacific. As curators of this extensive collection, the Tomlinsons have received numerous awards and accolades for their work in educating the public about the rich heritage, sacrifices and traditions of the United States military.
The Home of the Brave Museum is a one-of-a-kind treasure trove of artifacts, stories, and memories of our American Military that fought to save our country and liberate the world during our darkest hours. The extensive collection exists to preserve wartime legacies, as well as to honor the sacrifice and victory of our nation’s great servicemen and women. Our goal is to maintain the extensive collection and expand the property into an interactive learning center to further promote awareness, gratitude, and documentation of America's military heritage for public interest and educational purposes.
Experiencial hands-on history for all ages.
Last year, the revenue needed to operate the museum was cut off due to the termination of our exclusive military base tour. This was due to security concerns from Homeland Security & increased competition from larger tour operators who offer larger commission structures to the sales agents selling and promoting Pearl Harbor Tours. Our five star "mom & pop" tour operation just couldn't compete with the "big boys"...
We started a brewpub called the Home of the Brave Brewseum next door to generate income for the museum. Although it's ranked the number one brewpub in Honolulu, unfortunately due to its seating capacity, the Brewseum cannot sustain both the pub and museum. Presently the museum is open for walk-in tours three times a week and we generate a minimal amount of revenue - not enough to support operational expenses.
Our Remember Honor Salute Foundation, allows funds to be used for location up-keep and program expansion to enhance the visitor experience and continue to support today’s and tomorrow’s veterans.
The Foundation offers exciting and engaging ways to delve into Hawaii’s history as well as educational and entertainment opportunities for school groups, senior centers, local, military, and island visitors.
We need EVERYONES help to save this Museum for our children and future generations! “Our debt to the heroic men and valiant women in the service of our country can never be repaid. They have earned our undying gratitude. America will never forget their sacrifices.” – President Harry S. Truman
Our family has worked diligently for the past year to try and save the museum. We are running out of time and are calling for all Patriotic Americans & our Allies to unite and fight to preserve the legacy of our Greatest Generation.
This is NOT ancient history - the battles fought and won by our military echo through everything that we enjoy today and continue to pump through the veins of todays military men and women.
Please join us and pass the word on to everyone you know about our fight! We can win this battle together.
This is YOUR history - This is AMERICA’S history - UNITED we stand!
No pulling punches - We need money & we need hard workers.
Rally the troops to make this succeed for our community, our country, and our families.
Mahalo for your valuable consideration!
Glen F. Tomlinson
Founder & President
Home of the Brave
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