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Memories of Honor

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Imagine using your time and talents to make a lifelong meaningful impact in the lives of families of fallen military service members and veterans. Your efforts will ensure that no loss of life in service to our country is forgotten.

The most successful candidates will be able to complete for the following objectives:

RESEARCH, WRITE, SUBMIT AND MONITOR GRANTS/PROPOSALS

  • Submit compelling grant proposals on behalf of Memories of Honor
  • Work remotely and independently on your own schedule and at your own pace.
  • Routinely report directly to our COO & ED.
  • Maintain excellent organizational skills
If you are interested in learning more or scheduling a conference call, contact Traci Uribe at traci@memoriesofhonor.org.

Thank you for sharing your talents and helping us to honor the sacrifice!

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About Memories of Honor

Location:

121 1st Ave South, Franklin, TN 37064, US

Mission Statement

Honor our fallen military and the families they leave behind through sports, entertainment, and special events to help heal the invisible wounds of war for both surviving families and veterans. We create living breathing memorials so that no loss of life in service to our country is forgotten.

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WHY | MEMORIES OF HONOR

Long after the casseroles and sympathy cards stop coming and the rest of the world has moved on often surviving families feel alone and isolated in their grief. They have already experienced their worst nightmare, their loved one is gone. Now their greatest fear is that he/she will be forgotten.

"My biggest fear is that Ben will be forgotten. Don’t forget. Honor and respect those who lost their lives and never, ever forget. Men and women like My Ben deserve to be remembered more than just one day a year."

Brenda Gearheart-- Proud Mother of LCpl Benjamin Gearheart, US Marines 8/27/1997

WHO | WE HONOR
  • All Branches. All Dates of Death. All Loss of Life In Service To Our Country

Veterans & Military Families

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Grant Writing / Research

GOOD FOR

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REQUIREMENTS

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