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We need you!The commitment and financial support our partners and corporate sponsors contribute is critical to the Hershel “Woody” Williams Medal of Honor Foundation’s success. In addition, our partners and sponsors engage their employees, consumers and other stakeholders in support of carrying out the Foundation’s endeavors.

In today's economy, Americans believe it's more important than ever for companies to be socially responsible. 90% of consumers want to know what a company is doing to benefit a cause (Cone Cause Evolution Study, 2010). We welcome opportunities to develop new corporate partnerships that reflect our foundation’s values and further our vision of promoting American values and the qualities of the American way of life through increased awareness, education, behavior and example.

The Hershel “Woody” Williams Medal of Honor Foundation proudly recognizes all our partners and corporate sponsors. Here we'll showcase different sponsorships to shine light on how the sponsorship is helping the Foundation achieve our mission.

Once you have your idea and would like to begin to plan, please email our Foundation Team Members.

Woody speaking at ArmoryRetired Marine Chief Warrant Officer 4 Hershel “Woody” Williams speaks at the dedication that gave his name to a $25 million West Virginia National Guard training facility Oct. 18, 2012 in Fairmont, W.Va. The 68,000 square foot Hershel “Woody” Williams Fairmont Armed Forces Reserve Center is now home to the 901st Medical Battalion of the Army Reserve and the 1st Battalion, 201st Field Artillery Battalion of the West Virginia National Guard. Other speakers at the event included Marine Maj. Gen. Paul Brier, vice commander for Marine Forces Command and Earl Ray Tomblin, governor of West Virginia and Joe Manchin, West Virginia State Senator. (Photo by Cpl. Michael Ito)

Give your friends, family, co-workers, fellow veterans and others a meaningful and fun way to show their support of the Hershel “Woody” Williams Medal of Honor Foundation through an event. At the same time, you are raising awareness of the work the Foundation carries out to promote American values and the qualities of the American way of life through increased awareness, education, behavior and example.

A fundraiser can be as easy as hosting a Jeans for GIs day at your work or charging a late fee when someone is late for a meeting/class or setting up spare change collection jars; or having Woody as a Guest or Speaker at your campus or school, club or organization.

Once you have your idea and would like to begin to plan, please email our Foundation Team Members.