Southern Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetry Foundation

aka SAVMCF   |   Sierra Vista, AZ   |  www.savmcf.org

Mission

The purpose for which this Foundation was formed and the business or objects handled or promoted by it are to solicit donations and hold them for the procurement and installation of project at the Southern Arizona Veterans? Memorial Cemetery (SAVMC), that, due to monetary constraints and other considerations, cannot be procured directly by the Cemetery Administrator.

Ruling year info

2007

President

Mrs. Ingride Ballie

Vice Presdient

Mr. Tom Wisniewski

Main address

SAVMCF 1300 Buffalo Soldier Trl

Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 USA

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EIN

43-2061970

NTEE code info

Single Organization Support (A11)

Commemorative Events (A84)

Environmental Beautification (C50)

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Our programs

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Support special landscape, beautification and special projects for the Southern Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery.

Population(s) Served

This project is to builded a military historical likeness of a military cemetery for the interment of 61 soldiers that where recovered from an archelogical project in down town Tucson Arizona.  These soldiers are from the 1860-1880s.

Population(s) Served

The SAVMC Founation funds several beautification projects for the scouts who doing projects inside the Veterans Cemetery.  Several of this projects are scouts earning their merit badges, Eagle Scout awards, Girl Scout Golden and Silver awards.  The scouts work on a variety of different projects within the cemetery.

Population(s) Served

The Southern Arizona Veterans Memorial Foundation is raising funds to build a Veterans' Chapel inside the Veteran's Cemetery. The Veterans Chapel will give families the option to hold a committal services either out side in the Committal Shelter or inside the Veterans Chapel.

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Awards

Congressional recognition for Historical Soldier's Relocation Project. 2009

Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona

Official Arizona Centennial Legacy Project 2012 2008

Arizona Historical Society Commission

Mayor's Humanities Awards SAVMCF Organizaiton of the Years 2012

City of Sierra Vista Arizona

Excellent Cemetery Appearance Award 2013

United States Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration

Goals & Strategy

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To support the State Veterans' Cemetery with special programs and annual ceremonies. Those special projects include; garden and plant enhancements, bench purchases, beautification projects for Boy and Girl Scout troops, special constructions of structures (Veterans Chapel, Historical Soldiers Memorial Cemetery, and Carillon Bell Tower). Purchase and fund raising for the annual Wreaths Across American ceremony.

To provide a charitable method to contribute donations and funding toward special projects inside the Veterans Cemetery.

The SAVMC Foundation is a Veteran Organizational board operated organization. The board members are representatives of chartered VSO. The Foundation is supported by members and families of interred love ones. The South Eastern Arizona Contractors Association is a major contributor and manager of large projects.

The SAVMC Foundation has always completed tasks, and projects on time and within budget. The SAVMC Foundation does not have any over head or paid staffing cost.

Financials

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Southern Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetry Foundation

Board of directors
as of 04/29/2019
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

President Tom Dingwall

Military Order of the Purple Hearts

Term: 2009 - 2010


Board co-chair

Ingrid Ballie

Daughter of American Revolution (DAR)

Term: 2009 - 2010

Ron Despain

Veterans of Foreign Wars District 7 Department of Arizona

Connie Despain

VFW Ladies Aux Post 9972 Sierra Vista Arizona

Leo Pimple

AMVETS post 52 Sierra Vista, AZ

Earl Devine

Military Officer's Assocation (MOAA)

Mike Rutherford

Rutherford Diversified Indust (RDI)

Cathi Davis

Ft. Huachuca Widows Support Group