AZ Centennial Legacy Buffalo Soldiers

AZ Centennial Legacy Buffalo Soldiers

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HELP OUR CAUSE - FUNDRAISER $440,436


Buffalo Soldiers AZ Territory Monument, 9th and 10th Cavalry and 24th and 25th Infantry, 1866 - 1902 to be erect at the Arizona State Capitol, Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza in Phoenix, Arizona.


"Respecting the Past, Responding to the Present, and Reaching to the Future"


I. Donation
$25 $50 $75 $100 $200 Any amount is appreciated $_______


II. Fundraising Memorial Bricks
1. $100 for 4 x 8" Brick - 3 lines 20 characters per line
2. $200 for 8 x 8" Brick - 6 lines OR Additional $50 your logo & some text


Number III and IV Only
o Logo recognition on all secured in-kind prints, electronic advertisement and organization website
o I wish to remain anonymous


III. Veterans and 501(c)(3) Organizations, Churches and Individuals
1. Eagle Veterans Sponsor $1,000
2. Honor Sponsor $500
3. Supporting Sponsor $250


IV. Sponsorship Opportunities (All Sponsors will have their names included on a permanent plaque on the memorial wall)
1. Medal of Honor Sponsor $25,000
2. Valor Sponsor $20,000
3. Silver Star Sponsor $15,000
4. Buffalo Soldiers $5,000
5. Meritorious Service Sponsor $2,500

Images

Cmdr. Fred Marable and Deputy Cmdr. Michelle London-Marable, founders of the Official Arizona Centennial Legacy Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory - Ladies and Gentlemen of the Regiment, Mesa, AZ
Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory, Fiesta Bowl Parade, Phoenix, AZ
Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory, Mesa, AZ
Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory, Fiesta Bowl Parade, Phoenix, AZ
Barcelona Middle School, Glendale, AZ - Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory Presentation
Southwest Veterans Chamber Military Ball
Historical Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory's Dedication and Memorial Service - Sergeant Clarence L. Proctor, U.S. 10th Cavalry buried at Pioneer & Military Park Cemetery near the Arizona State Capitol
Buffalo Soldiers AZ Territory Monument Committee Hearings (House and Senate) - Approved on April 5, 2018 and Channel 3TV News
East Valley Veterans Parade, Mesa, AZ.
Honoring Six Buffalo Soldiers buried at the Arizona Historical Cemetery in City of Globe, Arizona
Historical Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory's Dedication and Memorial Service - Sergeant Clarence L. Proctor, U.S. Cavalry, buried at Pioneer & Military Park Cemetery near the Arizona State Capitol
Mesa's Martin Luther King, Jr., Parade, Mesa, AZ
On October 28, 2016, Cmdr. Fred Marable, Army/Vietnam - Buffalo Soldier of the Arizona Territory inducted into The Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame

Rep/Contact Info

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Fred Marable
Commander/Founder