35 years ago, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial was dedicated to honor American servicemembers who fought in the Vietnam War - all those who returned home and all those who did not.
Those heroes who did not return from the War are held forever in our hearts because "they were our fathers."
In honor of this 35th Anniversary of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, will you support Sons and Daughters In Touch with a symbolic contribution of of $35.00?
For most of the past 35 years, Sons and Daughters In Touch has worked to "locate, unite and support" the Gold Star children who lost their fathers in the War. That work includes:
• Honoring our fathers with Father's Day tributes;
• Chronicling the lives of SDIT members;
• Supporting Vietnam veterans in the healing process;
• Being living examples for all Gold Star families;
As an all-volunteer non-profit organization, SDIT relies on the generosity of its supporters to fulfill this mission.
Since its dedication, "The Wall" has become a universal symbol of healing and inspriation.
Among the most visited sites in Washington, DC, "The Wall" is a universal symbol of healing and inspration, and now contains 58,318 names of American service members lost during the Vietnam War.
Your generosity will help SDIT continue its work on behalf of all Gold Star families and Vietnam Veterans.
Thank you for your generous consideration.
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