New Releases

We’re excited to bring you two new ways to get involved and engaged.

 

For all Vietnam Era veterans, we created an online registry where you can create your own profile and share your story of service.

Join The Registry

 

For everyone, we are excited to announce the launch of our new podcast!  Hear stories of service and sacrifice from people who are affected.

Listen to the Podcast
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund

HONOR. PRESERVE. EDUCATE.

Honor all who served.  Preserve the memories of those who left us.  Educate current and future generations.

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ABOUT THE MEMORIAL

Join National Park Service and Vietnam Veterans Memorial Volunteer Allen McCabe as he shares the history, the symbolism, and the power of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.

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THE WALL THAT HEALS

On Veterans Day 1996, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF) unveiled a replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., designed to travel to communities throughout the United States.  The Wall That Heals exhibit features a three-quarter scale replica of The Wall and a mobile Education Center.  Since its dedication, The Wall That Heals has been displayed at nearly 700 communities throughout the nation, spreading the Memorial’s healing legacy to millions.

 

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Honor your Vietnam Veteran's Sacrifice
In Memory Program

Since the Vietnam War ended, thousands of Vietnam veterans have died each year due to Agent Orange exposure, PTSD/suicide, cancer and other causes related to their service. The In Memory program honors those who returned home from Vietnam and later died.

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THE MEMORIAL
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ABOUT THE WALL

Learn about the history, the symbolism, and the power of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. Narrated by National Park Service and Vietnam Veterans Memorial Volunteer Allen McCabe.

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Memorial Care

While The Wall sits on federal land managed by the National Park Service, VVMF has a partnership with NPS in which VVMF covers the majority of the expenses in caring for the site. Learn about the services we provide.

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In Memory

Since the Vietnam War ended, thousands of Vietnam veterans have died each year due to Agent Orange exposure, PTSD/suicide, cancer and other causes related to their service. The In Memory program honors those who returned home from Vietnam and later died.

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Our Mission
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Keep the Promise

Nearly three million Americans served in Vietnam and more than 58,000 have their names inscribed on The Wall. Join actor and humanitarian Gary Sinise in ensuring their legacies are never forgotten.

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Why We Remember

Actress Ann-Margret went to Vietnam to entertain the troops in 1966 and 1968. Looking back on her important and meaningful efforts, she reminds us all why we should remember the Vietnam era and those who served.

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We Will Never Forget

Behind each name on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is a life cut short and a family changed forever. Filmmaker Ken Burns is asking you to keep the promise The Wall was built on – never forget.

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NEWS

Recent news from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund and about the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

PRESS RELEASES

“YOUR STORIES. YOUR WALL” BLOG

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Each year, VVMF holds several ceremonies and special events at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and across the country with The Wall That Heals to help carry out its mission to honor, preserve and educate.

May 13-16, 2021

The Wall That Heals – Tunkhannock, PA

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Tunkhannock High School/Middle School
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May 31, 2021

Memorial Day 2021

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Vietnam Veterans Memorial
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October 15, 2021

New date: 2020 In Memory Ceremony

location
East Knoll – Vietnam Veterans Memorial
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VVMF events and COVID-19

(Updated 04/15/2021 – 9:00 am EST)

During this challenging time for our nation, nothing is more important to VVMF than the health and well-being of our Vietnam veterans and their families.  Learn more about how we’re working to keep our visitors safe.

Learn more at: https://www.vvmf.org/News/COVID-19/

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