Our Campaign Needs
Heroes Like You
Presently, Arizona does not have the place to honor the veterans, first responders and healthcare workers who answered their country's and community's call with service, bravery and honor. We need a place for educating citizens about the meaning of service and sacrifice, and to honor what these brave men and women have given to our country.
Click below to see our 30 second video about the nature of heroism and the importance of this project.
Thank You To Our Corporate Sponsors
Our Corporate Sponsors represent a wide range of the business community, and we could not make this happen without their support. Thank You!
The Arizona Heroes Memorial will be open to the public, a hallowed place honoring those brave, outstanding individuals past and present who have dedicated their lives to ensuring our American values. The Memorial will be unique to Arizona, a dedicated place to provide people with a physical space to remember and to learn.
By creating such a space in which people may gather to remember and to learn, we honor the past and educate future generations about the meaning of service and sacrifice to our country. It is time to recognize, honor and remember the living and fallen veterans, first responders and healthcare workers together.
This beautiful living Memorial will be located on 2.5 acres, in full view of the Catalina Mountain’s Pusch Ridge. It will contain art, monuments and landscaping that are symbolic to all branches of the Department of Defense, First Responders and Healthcare Workers.
Why It Matters
Our Healthcare Workers need to be recognized for the heroic roles they have played thoughout the pandemic
On 9/11, the role of our nation’s first responders and healthcare workers expanded with the Military and a new recognition of the importance of their faithful service to the people of the United States in response to terrorist attacks.
While historically we have separated the roles of the military, first responders and healthcare workers, it is now appropriate to honor together these three groups of brave defenders of our safety and welfare. A group of Arizonans recognized the need for a special place in which to honor, remember, and memorialize these dedicated men women with a picturesque venue where visitors, residents and school children can learn about the services these heroes among us provide.
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The goal of $2.5 million will fund the construction of the Living Memorial, located on 2.5 acres and in full view of the Catalina Mountains’ Pusch Ridge.
Our vision that has already produced $1,000,000 in pledges of support, but we need YOUR help and generosity to reach our goal.
The Living Memorial will create a space in which we honor and celebrate our heroes while educating future generations about the meaning of service and sacrifice to our country. Young people can learn that liberty and safety are attained through selfless acts of kindness and valor.
Families and friends who have suffered loss can visit a solemn place of remembrance. And the memorial is entirely funded by donations from citizens and businesses from the Arizona Region. Without a doubt, YOU, can help to bring this incredible Living Memorial to fruition
Part of the fundraising process is creating awareness. Please do what you can to keep up to date and help us spread the word!
"This is a living memorial, because it will be a place of honor, memorial, celebration and education."
Former Surgeon General
Every drop in the bucket helps us get closer to our goal of getting this important project fully funded. Donate what you can today!
"This memorial will give us a place for us to reflect on how we go about fulfilling our responsibilities to our community"
Police Chief, Ret.
Oro Valley Police Department
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"This memorial symbolically unites all the individuals who have joined the fight to keep us safe"
Tubac Fire Districtt