World War II & Purple Heart Recipient Fund

World War II & Purple Heart Recipient Fund

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Legion of Mars and the Louisiana Military Support Corporation (LMSC), a registered 501(c) (3) corporation, have teamed together to honor WWII Veterans and Purple Heart Recipients at the Legion of Mars Grand Ball and M...

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7 months ago

Today, we need your help in honoring our World War II Veterans and our Purple Heart Recipients!

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Founded in 2013, the Cincinnatus Club /Legion of Mars became the parading arm of a non-profit organization that a handful of soldiers and veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan established to honor the past and present members of the Armed Forces, and their families. 

Five years later, we are now New Orleans' premier Military Mardi Gras Krewe whose members are actively serving in the Armed Forces - some currently deployed overseas, or Veterans of all branches of the Military, or "Patriots" of our military.   

Your generous donation will help cover the costs of World War II Veterans and Purple Heart Recipients (service members wounded in combat) and their loved ones to attend our Grand Ball where they will be recognized for their gallant service to our country.  They will also ride in a New Orleans Mardi Gras Parade on a special float made just for these honorable veterans, so that the public may also pay tribute, all expenses paid!

Your donation will help our Krewe cover the costs associated honoring these veterans.  

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7 months ago

Update #2

Today, we need your help in honoring our World War II Veterans and our Purple Heart Recipients!

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During the "Great Flood" that happened in south Louisiana, the Louisiana National Guard rescued folks from their flooded homes. To show our support, over 500 servicemen and women were served a hot meal, and we aren't talking MREs!

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