American Culture Council Inc
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San Diego, CA 92109
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Several years ago, Donna Woodrum decided to create American Culture Council Inc. to give everyone who is interested, the opportunity to help those in need. Helping the community became the guiding factor of our decisions for what projects we will
The Board Members of American Culture Council are all history buffs. We love the history of our country,
of our Founders, and especially we love the history of our Founding Documents.
The country of the United States of America was founded on the largest ideas in the world - that of freedom from government domination, freedom to choose our own destiny, freedom to go as far in our endeavors as we could, without interference from bureaucrats, still appeals to Americans and immigrants today.
We are a rare country, founded on the principles and laws of our US Constitution, rather than ownership of land or personal titles.
The greatest inventions out of America came from the mind, the sweat and effort, and the prayers of private individuals, not government agencies.
After James Watt of Scotland invented the steam engine around 1765, it wouldn't be long before
Robert Fulton of Pennsylvania invented the steamboat. Watt and Fulton created the beginning of the age of Steam Power in America.
Henry Ford created the automobile with a combustion engine and the assembly line and the mobilization of
the common citizen began. Ford's goal was to make his cars affordable for even the workers on the assembly line, and that happened. He did this without government interference or intervention -
he did it himself, and we are all the better for it today, more than 100 years later.
The Wright brothers, Orville and Wilbur, introduced us to the age of flight. Creating an airplane with a
combustion engine and successfully testing it in flight has revolutionized the world. From that humble beginning, on July 20, 1969, the United States of
America put a man on the moon. Centuries of humanity shackled by gravity to the planet ended with that one flight. America truly was on top of the world.
Today satellites orbit the earth, collecting, sorting, and sending data to every corner of the planet, even to the private homes of individuals who rent a satellite dish. Orville and Wilbur Wright could never have foreseen the future their invention would create.
Many more obscure Americans, and some not so obscure, like Thomas Edison, inventor of the incandescent
light bulb, contributed to the improvement of all the lives of Americans with their witty inventions and clever advertising and marketing. With Edison's
invention, the Age of Darkness, which had enveloped the world for 1,000s of years was over. No longer at the mercy of tallow and candles, most homes and businesses would be wired, bringing electric
lights to a nation that could see as well at midnight as at mid-day.
Truly, Americans had created a new light of the world.
Americans have much to be proud of. We've taken these treasures of invention and improved the lives of millions of people around the planet for more than 2 centuries.
In the spirit of these famous Americans, and many more not mentioned here, we dedicated American Culture
By assisting those in need at a critical time in their lives, who knows which ones will invent something else vitally needed, and thereby once again change the course of our country.
It can happen here, in America, and American Culture Council wants to be part of that
Every donation you make to American Culture Council is a way to be part of the wonderful world of
charity. Your donations will go to help those in need at a specific juncture of their lives; and they will be able to progress to the level of accomplishment, health, healing, and transformation they
would not reach, if it were not for your generosity.
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