This foundation helps fund initiatives that promote what the Medal of Honor represents.
The "Bible" of the Congressional Medal of Honor. This book has every citation, every statistic, alphabetized for quick easy reference.
This foundation celebrates the United States of America's Constitution. They seek to educate and inspire students and their teachers via the Constitution and the freedoms it preserves.
A professional, private, non-profit organization that builds support for the decisive role the U.S. Army plays in the security of the nation. This includes politically lobbying for Army veteran rights & benefits.
Museum dedicated to preserving the history of a soldier run newspaper begun in 1861. This paper has served a medium between soldiers and their families along with being a source of news
Each year a nationwide search is conducted which selects five United States citizens and one organization to receive the Citizen Honors awards. The honorees receive this award from a group of Americans whose actions have defined the words courage and selfless service — the living members of the Congressional Medal of Honor Society. These brave Americans have received the Medal of Honor for their acts of valor performed during wartime and present the Citizen Honors awards to Americans who are showing courage and dedicating themselves to service here at home.
The Medal of Honor Character Development Program is a curriculum resource built on the values of courage, commitment, sacrifice, citizenship, integrity, and patriotism. Its living history videos and accompanying lessons teach students that ordinary people can meet great challenges and make the world around them a better place. Each lesson highlights skills such as writing, collaboration, and critical thinking. With two available curriculum options (elementary and secondary), the resources are appropriate for K-12 students and beyond. Assignments and activities fit efficiently into existing disciplines, time periods, and schedules.
The MOH Historical Society is comprised of volunteer researchers who devote their time to researching Medal of Honor recipients’ lives. The organization’s website provides valuable research tools for researchers looking for the locations of Medal of Honor recipients’ final resting places.