African American Military Heritage Society Hosts Fundraiser at Eglin Armament Museum

The African American Military Heritage Society hopes to develop an educational experience which sparks an interest in African-American contributions to the United States through the military with a museum at Eglin Air Force Base

The African American Military Heritage Society will host a Caribbean Dinner Fundraiser at the Air Force Armament Museum on September the 9th, 2022 from 5-8:30pm. 

 

Members of the Society want to raise funds to build a heritage hall to African American military figures at Eglin Air Force Base. The hall, when finished, will include a total of five phases of military history spanning the American Revolution to the Second Gulf War. Additionally, it will include a tribute to the Tuskeegee Airmen. 

 

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The dinner will feature a four-course Caribbean spread and live music. 

 

Cost for the tickets are $100 per person. You can sign up here.

a logo for the african american military heritage society
Logo of the African American Military Heritage Society

About the African American Miltary Heritage Society

 

The African American Military Heritage Society is a 501(c)3 charity that works to preserve and educate people about African American Military History with fundraising and donation support. The foundation is headquartered in Bryan, Texas. No one currently takes a salary from the charity. 

 

Charity Navigator currently rates the African American Military Heritage Society as a 40/100. The program received this failing rating because of its higher-than-average spending on administrative and fundraising costs as a percentage of its total revenues. 

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