Rice, Bert L.
December 2005
Officer Review Magazine;Dec2005, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p26
The article calls for donations in the "Honor Donor Wall" program. The program is an aggressive effort to increase the Endowment Fund of the Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW), headquartered at Alexandria in Virginia. It is an opportunity for friends of the MOWW chapters, departments, and regions, various organizations, and businesses to donate to the Endowment Fund of the MOWW. Increasing the Endowment Fund will help stabilize the financial posture of the MOWW. All the donors will be recognized for their generosity and will receive an acknowledgement letter, an Eagle Certificate and an engraved metal plate.


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