Only 2 Days Left to Celebrate Our Heroes in 2010

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund
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Dear Supporter,

I’m so grateful for all you’ve done this year for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

The honor and respect you’ve demonstrated toward all veterans — including the heroes on The Wall and their fellow veterans who did come home — has helped in many ways.

Distinctive, limited edition commemorative coin is yours for a gift  of $100 or more.
Distinctive, limited edition commemorative coin is yours for a gift of $100 or more.

Today I just want to take a moment and ask you to consider one more gift to wrap up the year. If you haven’t already responded to our year-end appeal . . . I’m asking you to please respond to this email today.

For any gift of $100 or more, you’ll receive a limited-edition commemorative coin (seen at left) as a special thank you for your kindness.

Quantities are limited, so please give today if you’d like this exclusive keepsake!

You have only three more days to get your final tax deduction for 2010, so please do give now while you’re thinking about it. I do hope you’ll make the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund one of the charities you select for your year-end giving. Thank you.


Jan C. Scruggs
Founder and President

P.S. My continued best wishes to you and your family during this holiday season. And I thank you for all your patriotic and generous support to the Vietnam Memorial. Respond before Dec 31st to receive another tax deduction for 2010.

Established in 1979, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., and promoting healing and educating about the impact of the Vietnam War. Authorized by Congress, its most recent initiative is building The Education Center at The Wall, an underground facility near the Memorial that is designed to add faces to all the names on The Wall and tell their stories to future generations. Other Memorial Fund initiatives include educational programs for students and teachers, and a traveling Wall replica.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund | 2600 Virginia Avenue, NW Suite 104 | Washington, D.C. 20037