The National Museum of Patriotism is a museum aimed at heightening public awareness on the American history of patriotism. With a lineup of events, lesson plans, programs, and support projects, the National Museum of Patriotism facilitates the advancement of its mission and vision as an organization. With individual donors and organizations, the foundation's goals like creating a virtual volunteer program with national reach are made possible.
Young ambassadors have been produced by the National Museum of Patriotism in the past years. They are young men and women who have been trained by the foundation responsible for the museum, to succeed in their chosen mission. The organization's young ambassadors have been making an impact in causes like that of the needy children across Georgia and even for the veterans of the United States.
Even without becoming a part of their programs, online users may learn various lessons about American patriotism through the educational videos posted under One America permanent exhibit. These resources educate people about the heroes, mostly unsung ones, of America. Under the same category are the facts of the 9/11 event. These facts lead to commemorating the lives of the ones involved in the incident.
The museum's website also offers recommended reading. Highlighted are the Declaration of Independence, the constitution of the United States, and the Emancipation Proclamation. With the mission of "Leading the Way for America? Lighting the Way for the World," the museum allows online visitors to involve in various ways. For one, guests can make a patriotic tribute for anyone who knows of a person who may qualify as a patriotic hero. Upon approval, the tribute will be added the Patriotic Tribute page of The National Foundation of Patriotism.
Aside from that, online users can also be part of the volunteer program by checking out the information presented in the website.
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