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LEGACY BUILDERS

Renewing America's Legacy One Veteran's Home At A Time

AMERICAN  CULTURE COUNCIL, INC. 
Project Legacy Builders

 

The Dictionary of American History defines our determination to move westward to settle our land:

"The westward migration that resulted in the rapid settlement of the continental United States is perhaps the most compelling and important theme in American history.

"In no other place or time has such an immense region been settled so quickly by individuals and small groups of settlers who operated independent of, and at times in direct violation of, governmental policy.

"Usually considered the area where the settled portions of civilization meet the untamed wilderness, the frontier moved west over time with the migrations of American settlers. The relocation and redefinition of the frontier thus in many ways came to define the process of westward migration, both as a delineating marker between settlement and
wilderness and as a gateway to the 'West.' "

Since the days of our early pioneers – those hardy souls who braved the dangers of the westward migration in the United States – Americans developed a ‘can-do’ spirit, which is a determination to get a job done, in spite of the obstacles.

The first settlers in a region were farmers, and every family had to build a home and a barn. Americans relied on each other, rather than the government, to create their homes and farms. This independence and self-reliance was needed because there usually was no government agency in the area.

So neighbors took turns building each other’s barn, and made ‘barn-raising’ a great community event.

A ‘barn raising’ had a vast significance in the community. Every new farm increased the prosperity of the area. It was also a social celebration that strengthened the bonds in the community. “Barn-raising’ was a uniquely American custom.

In the spirit of our early barn-raising pioneers, American Culture Council, Inc.’s project, Legacy Builders, will refurbish and improve the homes and yards of America’s military Veterans and their families. And yes, if they need a barn, we will build it for them.

 

SPONSORS and PARTNERS

Join our Sponsors and Partners and help us say, "Thank you!" to America's Veterans!
CONTACT US ON THE FORM BELOW!

DONATIONS
Donations from private individuals and companies will also be needed.

VOLUNTEERS
Volunteers from the community
will come together as a team to repair, re-work, and refurbish homes and yards.
SIGN UP FOR DUTY ON THE FORM BELOW!

 

VETERANS
If you're a Vet, thank you! We appreciate your service to America.
Go here, fill out the form and send it to us.
Or email us now at donnaw@americanculturecouncil.org  



American Culture Council, Inc. sees this process as a 21st century version of our pioneers’ barn-raising legacy of the American Community Spirit.

We are proud to serve the needs of those Military Veterans who so ably served our country in uniform.
                                  
AMERICAN CULTURE COUNCIL, INC. 
                                                 proudly partners with
                                              
THE HOME DEPOT Project 
                                                "Celebration of Service"
                            
to thank our Military Veterans for their service

For more partnership opportunities with Legacy Builders and "Celebration of Service", email me at donnaw@americanculturecouncil.org

 



Cute house, but where's the wheel chair ramp? Click on the Home and Donate for the Home of a Veteran!

Every Veteran deserves a good home. And every disabled Veteran has earned a home that he or she can get around in. This is a cute house, but where's the wheelchair ramp?

 

Your donation is vital to getting our Veterans' homes refurbished for their needs.

Won't you thank our Veterans today? Click on the house and DONATE! as generously as you can. 

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