Vote for VVMF in the Pepsi Refresh Project

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund
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Dear Supporter,

Reminder that you can vote MORE THAN ONCE for VVMF in the Pepsi Refresh Project.

Don’t delay. The deadline is this Thursday, June 30, so please take a moment right now to vote at least one more time.

And then forward this email to as many family members and friends as you can. Ask them to also vote, and to vote multiple times.

Why is this so vital?

If we win, the grant money will be used exclusively to get more photos for all the men and women of valor honored on The Wall. This includes publicity, community outreach, and getting more volunteers to help spread the word and collect photos for our “Put a Face with a Name” campaign.

All of your votes are vital because you’re helping us have a better chance at winning a $50,000 grant from the Pepsi Refresh Project.

The idea with the most votes wins the grant money. Vote again, please.

Thank you for helping us put a face with every hero honored on The Wall with our Pepsi Refresh idea, “Display the faces of every fallen service member from the Vietnam War.”


Jan C. Scruggs
Founder and President

P.S. Vote as many times as you can BEFORE June 30, which is this coming Thursday. The Pepsi Refresh Project is an on-going effort by Pepsi. They fund amazing and worthwhile ideas for communities and nonprofits like VVMF with our “Put a Face with a Name” campaign.

And please don’t forget to ask others to also cast their votes.

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.
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