Did you know...
My grandfather was born in 1887 and was 64 when my mom was born (yes, 1887, as in the 19th century!) and he proudly served our country during WWI in the US Navy. Knowing my grandfather helped in the country's efforts during WWI, I have a special place in my heart for the fantastic work the people at the National WWI Museum & Memorial do to preserve our history.
How I Help
For the past few years, my husband and I have been part of the National WWI Museum's host committee for their annual Night at the Tower fundraiser. This year's event is on Saturday, September 18, 2021. As part of the event, they hold both a silent and live auction for various items donated to the cause, with all proceeds going to the museum's efforts.
This year, I'm proud to donate a Grande Photo session to help raise money and awareness of the museum's fabulous efforts! To see my donation (and other items up for grabs) CLICK HERE! You don't need to dress up or go anywhere except being on a computer or mobile device to check out and bid on the various items up for bid.
How YOU Can Help
The Night at the Tower event is normally held in person at the museum, but due to Covid, they have chosen to make the event a virtual affair for a second year. To learn more about the event on September 18, 2021, CLICK HERE and to watch the LIVE STREAM starting at 7:00pm CDT Saturday, CLICK HERE!
You don't need to dress up to join in the bidding. You can simply make a donation by CLICKING HERE NOW! Bidding closes at the end of the live stream, so don't wait to get your bids in!
The Golden Ticket
No, this isn't the Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, but the prize is just as sweet! There are only 150 golden raffle tickets available to win a "Wine and Dine Your Way Through Historic Calistoga Wine Country". For $150, I could certainly handle winning a 3-night stay in Napa with travel expenses covered, couldn't you?
How to Learn More
The Night at the Tower event is the big annual fundraiser for the museum, but I hope you'll take time to check out & learn more about the National WWI Museum's efforts and support them in their endeavors at any time! To learn more, visit their site at https://www.theworldwar.org/about-us