About the Fallen Soldiers March
The Fallen Soldier Memorial Fund, Inc. – a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation – utilizes donations to help provide Service Dogs to our Wounded Veterans. As of March 2012, logos, website development, marketing and attorney fees have all been donated. At this time, all positions are completely voluntary and receive no compensation. Less any licensing, marketing and administrative expenses; net proceeds from all donations will be collected and applied towards the purchase of Service Dogs for Wounded Veterans and towards the long-term goal of opening a new training center in Wilson County, Tennessee. We are committed to working towards achieving our goal to control cost between 5-10% of gross donations within the next three years. In 2012, nearly $1,000.00 dollars was required for the business licensure mandated by Federal and State agencies for non-profit status.
Additionally, we are seeking passionate patriots who are sensitive to the sacrifices made by the men and women of our United States Armed Forces; desiring to help organize events and marches across the United States.
Please contact us if you share our passion and desire to volunteer.
The Fallen Soldiers March is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation
For tax purposes our EIN# is 45-4295751 Contributions are 100% tax deductible.
Mail checks to:
Fallen Soldiers March 102 Hartman Drive, Suite G238,
Lebanon, TN 37087-2516
Fallen Soldiers March® Board of Directors:
Jim Retzke, President
Michael Stoffel, Vice President
Fire Lieutenant Chip Vanatta, Director
Brian Kent, Director
Annettee Robeck, Former Director
Jerry “JD” Seabolt, Retired Former Director