Updated: Oct 3
November 11th is a day for honoring military veterans of the United States Armed Forces Services. However, thousands of veterans receive no recognition or thanks each year for serving our country.
Join us by sharing a message of thanks to our great American heroes and, simultaneously, honor another group of unsung heroes, the Navajo Code Talkers, by donating toward building the Navajo Code Talkers museum.
We are proud to be working with Monday Delivery, Yahoo, Salesforce, the Col Charles Waterhouse family, Troopster, and the American Veterans Center to support the Navajo Code Talkers museum to be built in Tse Bonito, New Mexico.
Jane & Amy Waterhouse, daughters of USMCR Col Charles Waterhouse, renowned artist and 1st resident USMC artist, are honored to sponsor the fronts of each postcard with their father's paintings.
My dad would be so pleased to know his paintings are part of such a great cause. One of his favorite paintings was of a Navajo Code Talker. (Jane Waterhouse)
2022 marks the 80th anniversary of the Navajo Code Talkers' heroism and another call to arms for a nation to rise and honor these men. At the time of this article, only three remain as the official guardians of the unbroken code. But as each one passes, so does the storytelling of their past. The Navajo Code Talkers Museum is the next step in keeping their story alive.
The Navajo Code Talkers museum needs your support through donations, and partnerships, sponsorship. And participation by all Americans in the annual August 14 Navajo Code Talkers Day. Contact NavajoCodeTalkersMuseum@gmail.com for more information.