Volunteer Positions Needed as of May 2012: The descriptions will give you a broad view of what is needed in each role. If you are interested in a volunteer position please contact Leslie Kuhlman. Communications Leader – responsible for organizational communication pieces Auto Responder Leader – responsible for communication through SalesForce.com Social Media Leader – […]
What We Do
The Children of Fallen Soldiers, a Quietly Working Foundation is a non-political, non-denominational, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (Federal Tax ID 20-5149597) focused on meeting the needs of children who have lost a parent serving in the United States Armed Forces.
The driving motivation behind every effort the Children of Fallen Soldiers Foundation undertakes is that we want each of these children to know that the citizens of the United States of America recognize their loss, and are committed to helping them achieve their highest potential in life.
Our efforts include collecting Expressions of Appreciation, as well as implementing our America’s Dream Mentorship Program, which provides a ten-year commitment to help each child achieve his or her dreams and goals.
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Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States. 1989. Abraham Lincoln Second Inaugural Address Saturday, March 4, 1865 Weeks of wet weather preceding Lincoln’s second inauguration had caused Pennsylvania Avenue to become a sea of mud and standing water. Thousands of spectators stood in thick mud at the Capitol grounds to hear the […]