Sons and Daughters
About Sons & Daughters of WWII Veterans Program
THE GREATEST GENERATION
SOCIETY OF SONS & DAUGHTERS OF WWII VETERANS
We created the Society of Sons & Daughters of World War II Veterans to preserve the stories of America’s “greatest generation,” who fought and won WWII and to enable their descendants to establish family ancestry from an American veteran of World War II.
The Society database will also be a significant resource for educators and students, authors and historians.
Society membership is open to relatives by birth, adoption or marriage to anyone who served in the United States military in World War II. A Memorial membership is also available for unrelated friends of a qualifying veteran. Memberships require the veteran’s proof of service between December 7, 1941 and December 31, 1946.
Society of Sons & Daughters of World War II Veterans members will receive a numbered and dated certificate bearing your name and the name of your World War II veteran ancestor.
BASIC MEMBERSHIP FEE
One-Time Fee: A one-time certification fee of $125.00 is asked for the first or Primary Applicant.
Families receive a discounted rate!! Individuals related to a Primary Applicant (defined as and limited to: brothers, sisters, and lineal descendants such as children, grandchildren, etc.) and submitted on the Primary Applicant's original application are a reduced Supplemental Membership fee of only $25.00 each.
Become a Charter Member: Receive this extra designation by a donation of at least $100 to the Society's Charter Fund - Available only during our Founding Decade, 1 January 2011 to 31 December 2020.
To sign up click on the Sons & Daughters Application link on the right side of your screen.
If you have any questions please contact Amelia White at email@example.com or at 830-997-8600 ext. 242
The Sons and Daughters of World War II Veterans is a program of the Admiral Nimitz Foundation and the Nimitz Education and Research Center.
The Admiral Nimitz Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit corporation whose mission is to preserve, interpret and teach the great history of World War II in the Pacific, that we may honor all those who, through leadership, exemplified by the character and service of Fleet Admiral Nimitz, courage, skill and sacrifice, won through to victory; and that future generations of Americans may be enlightened and inspired by their story. The Admiral Nimitz Foundation supports and manages the National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, Texas.