Honor and Memorial Tributes

As Memorial Day weekend approaches we have been contacted by several people planning online fundraisers or seeking ways to give in memory of friends and family members who died while serving our country. When looking for a way to recognize someone extraordinary in your life, we invite you to consider honor and memorial tributes using Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services.

Memorial Gifts
Memorial gifts are made in remembrance of a loved one who has passed away. By giving a donation in memory of a family member or friend, you can recognize a special individual while also affirming your shared values and commitment to our nation’s veterans and their families. At your request, we will send a card in your name to those who you would like to be aware of the gift. The gift amount will be kept confidential. You may also choose to request memorial gifts be made to Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services in lieu of flowers at funeral services.

Honor Tributes
Honor tributes are gifts made in celebration of special events or as expressions of gratitude. They offer a unique way to honor events such as weddings, anniversaries, or birthdays while highlighting your commitment to improving the lives of veterans and their families. For all honor gifts, a note will be sent to the individuals or groups being recognized, informing them of the gift. The gift amount will be kept confidential.

Gifts of all kinds can change the lives of veterans who are seeking a pathway to better overall wellness, employment, and financial stability. If you are interested in learning more – we can help. Simply contact Vanessa Stergios, Director of Development at egreenlay@dixoncenter.org.

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