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Freedoms Foundation in Valley Forge is a great stop for travelers to the Valley Forge area. The property itself is impressive but the real gem, for me, is the Medal of Honor Grove which celebrates the Medal of Honor winners from each state. It is...More
I have attended the graduate course for educators which focuses on Character Education, by studying the heroism of Medal of Honor recipients. This week long course was life changing. My own Patriotism was ignited. The Freedoms Foundation has courses for high school, middle school, and...More
If you know anyone who received a Medal of Honor while in the service you will find their name in one of the groves.
Each US State has a designated area and the plaque will be placed dependent upon where the honoree lived.
Do you know how hard it is to get young people interested in history? Of course you do. You been trying to do it for many, many years. Posting a sign in your front entrance that says no gameplaying is a surefire way to tell...More
Excellent organization doing excellent work to promote civic education, and promote the patriotic values our nation was founded on. Be sure to visit the Medal of Honor grove and visit the monument for your home state. All your medal of Honor recipients from your state...More
Medal of Honor Grove here is impressive. This was a wonderful place to visit. Here there are 52 acres of land with 52 obelisks, one for each state, Puerto Rico, the District of Columbia..- each to honor that state/area's Medal of Honor recipients. There is...More
If you live in this area or are here to visit Valley Forge National Historical Park, it is well worth taking some time for a side trip to The Freedom'Foundation and, especially a visit to it's Medal of Honor Grove. This is a 52 acre...More
This place does a lot of education for people of all ages. I took my cub scouts there last year (date visited is approx) for a service project. We spent our time cleaning up the Medal of Honor Grove- this is a humbling experience. The...More