The Education Center at The Wall
Go inside the Education Center at The Wall and see what it will be with your help.
The Faces Never Forgotten program is an effort to put a face and a story to each name on The Wall through the generosity of those willing to help locate their photos and make financial contributions to build the Education Center. This program will ensure this vital piece of history will be remembered and honored by visitors from around the globe for generations.
If you have a picture of a loved one or fellow veteran whose name is on The Wall, please help the Memorial Fund honor these individuals by putting a face with a name. Regardless of whether or not the Memorial Fund has a photo of the individual already, we encourage you to submit it anyway. We are trying to collect as many photos of each individual as possible.
Hometown Heroes is a unique service learning project that encourages students to learn more about local veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice and to send the pictures and stories of those on The Wall to VVMF for use in the Education Center on the National Mall.
To accomplish this, the VVMF is in the midst of raising $85 million to construct and open the Education Center.
Your role as a team leader in this effort will ensure no face is forgotten. By visiting the Faces Never Forgotten website and beginning a fundraising drive you can contribute towards the completion of the Education Center. Below, you’ll find stories of others who have taken the challenge, tools to assist you, and current goals being sought by others. All contributions are entirely tax-deductible and can be directly tied with a picture and name on The Wall.