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Come learn about the exciting world of living history and reenactment at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) in Carlisle, Pennsy...
Success Amidst Disaster: Major Jason Warren Broadens the History of Connecticut in King Philip’s War
In the years 1675 and 1676, New England saw a series of blood-soaked battles when the Wampanoag Indian alliance violently pushed back against enc...
“Yesterday, December 7th, 1941 - a date which will live in infamy - the United States of America was suddenly, and deliberately attacked by naval...
The U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) will host the annual “Great Decisions” lecture series beginning on Friday, January 16, 2015....
Every donor is critical to the Foundation’s success and we will recognize all financial contributors in our annual report and in a Register of Donors that the Foundation will maintain at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center.
Lifetime Giving Recognition
Donors that provide outright and substantial financial support to the Foundation's efforts will receive public recognition in the Visitor and Education Center.
The total of all gifts received during a donor's lifetime determines membership in the new giving societies. Corporate matching gifts count toward society membership. Total lifetime giving will be recognized by society membership as described below.
Standard Bearers Society
The Standard Bearers Society recognizes donors who have made deferred gifts to the Foundation in the amounts of $10,000 or more until such time that the gift is received or the gift is made irrevocable. However, an irrevocable deferred gift, such as a charitable remainder trust, charitable gift annuity, or gift of a life insurance policy, counts toward membership in both the Lifetime Societies and the Standard Bearers Society.
Lifetime Giving levels recognize donors for outright and irrevocable gifts. An irrevocable deferred gift, such as a charitable remainder trust, charitable gift annuity, or gift of a life insurance policy, counts toward membership in both the Lifetime Society and the Standard Bearers Society.
List of Donors
Mr. James Adair
LTG Ronald E. Adams, USA Ret.
Mr. William Aldrich
Anne J. Caudal Foundation
Mr. E. Briner Ashway
Mr. Gregory Attorri
Bonnie Heights Homes, Inc.
Mr. Ronald J. Drnevich
DRS Technologies Charitable Foundation
F & M Bank
MG Jack Faith, USA Ret.
G. R. Sponaugle & Sons, Inc.
Gannett Fleming, Inc.
Gardner Family Foundation
Giant Food Stores, LLC
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce K. Heim
KBR , Inc.
Land O’Lakes Foundation
Mr. H. F. Lenfest
Margaret O. McCormick Charitable Trust
Mr. James E. Marley
COL John R. Martin, USA Ret.
Dr. David S. Masland
Mr. Edward K. Masland
Mr. Frank E. Masland
BG Joseph E. McCarthy, USA Ret.
Mrs. Nancy P. McCarthy
McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC
BG Harold W. Nelson, USA Ret.
Occidental Petroleum Corporation
Orrstown Bank Foundation
Pennsy Supply, Inc.
Petroleum Products Corporation
The PNC Foundation
PPL Services Corporation
Reynolds Construction Management, Inc.
MG Darrie H. Richards, USA Ret.
BG Domenic Rocco, Jr., USA Ret.
Smith Richardson Foundation, Inc.
Stoner Associates, Inc.
Susquehanna Pfaltzgraff Company
Ms. Diane Tokarsky, Esq.
Mr. Kenneth L. Tuckey
COL Arland Wagonhurst, USA Ret.
44th Bomb Group Veterans Association
87th Infantry Division Association
The Boeing Company
Mr. George Fischer
Highmark Blue Shield
M & T Charitable Foundation
COL Wayne K. Murphy, USA Ret.
The Patriot News
LTC and Mrs. Mike Perry, USA Ret.
R. S. Mowery & Sons, Inc.
Mr. Peter J. Ressler, Esq.
UHS of Pennsylvania, Inc.
Association of the United States Army
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Glatfelter
Josiah W. & Bessie H. Kline Foundation
GEN Edward "Shy" Meyer, USA Ret.
The Miles Foundation, Inc.
Russell T. Bundy Associates, Inc.
The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation
University of Phoenix
Booz Allen Hamilton
Members 1st Federal Credit Union
Omar N. Bradley Foundation
The Progress Fund/Westsylvania Heritage Corporation
G. B. Stuart Charitable Foundation