The Venice Veterans Wall Restoration Effort: You Are Not Forgotten

The Venice Veterans Wall Restoration Effort: You Are Not Forgotten

Venice veterans wallThe Venice Veterans Wall tagged on Memorial Day needs your help to be restored. For many years the mural served as a memorial for all of our fallen heroes. The Venice Chamber of Commerce leads the way to restore the mural, a part of the community for 19 years.

Artist and Vietnam Veteran, Peter Stewart developed the mural to commemorated every POW/MIA from the southeast Asia conflict by inscribing their names all over the mural. The mural was completed and made possible with the help of Vietnam veterans and POW/MIA families. By 1997 his mural took its place in the Venice community.

The purpose of mural was to remember and honor those who sacrificed their lives fighting for our country. Shortly after the mural was completed Peter Stewart passed away, leaving his mark and legacy in the Venice community. The restoration of the mural will help bring back what was lost in the damage and regain its original purpose to honor our brave soldiers.

The restoration project is moving forward with SPARC (located in Venice), who have generously offered to help with the project once funds are raised. 

veterans-wall-flyerFundraiser & Mural Restoration Event
Every supporter who donates $100 to the Go Fund Me page will be invited to an exclusive sunset dinner on Veterans Day at Venice Beach Suites and Hotel.
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How to Make a Donation
A little can go a long way. Anything to help make this project become a reality will be very much appreciated. Make a donation through the Venice Chamber of Commerce website or through their Go Fund Me page.