Contributors and How to Contribute

The Kentucky September 11th Memorial is a privately funded memorial. No public funds were used to construct this Memorial. It was realized by the contributions of citizens, just like you, as well as private companies contributing materials, labor, technical expertise, and other resources.  These donations ranged from transportation of the World Trade Center steel and Pentagon Stones from Washington D.C., to technical expertise in the design and engineering, to construction equipment and crews working with donated materials to make the Memorial you see today. This Memorial would not have been possible without their selfless service and donations.  The Kentucky September 11th Memorial is a not-for-profit endeavor.  All funding goes directly toward completion of Memorial projects.
 
Continuing the vision will require continued contributions from citizens like you. If you are desirous of contributing to the Memorial, you may provide a check to the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery Central office when visiting or go to your local Republic Bank made out as follows: Missing In America/Kentucky 911 Memorial Fund. This contribution is tax-deductible. Thank You for visiting this site and the Memorial

Companies    

  • Kentucky Department of Veteran's Affairs
  • Fort Knox Federal Credit Union
  • Mercer Trucking Company
  • Keith Monument
  • Koetter Construction
  • Radcliff/Fort Knox Tourism Commission
  • Newcomer Funeral
  • GR Transportation
  • Nu-Way Rental

Contributions

  • Founders- $10,000 and above.
  • Patriots - $5,000 - $9,999.
  • First Responder - $1,000 - $4,999
  •  Paving Stone - $500*
  •  Brick - $119*
* Personalized and laid on-site at the Memorial
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Samuel Young,
May 10, 2012, 3:58 PM
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