The Education Committee's mission is to educate, encourage, motivate and inspire all students and citizens to acquire knowledge and skills in order to protect our history, liberty and freedom, made affordable to us by those who served and/or gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
Take your family to the Delaware County Veterans Memorial in Newtown Square. Explore this beautiful tribute honoring our men and women in uniform, past and present. View the nine, 18 foot granite columns and learn about American wars and conflicts from the Revolutionary War to the Wars in the Middle East. See through the eyes of local veterans as you read their words during times of great struggle which has earned us our freedom. Walk amongst the bricks honoring local loved ones. You can support this enduring memorial, dedicated to preserving the legacy of all veterans and active members of America’s Armed Forces with your purchase of a bricks engraved with the name of a veteran or loved one and a personalized message.
November 13, 2014
First Annual Freedom Medal Awards Dinner
Veterans Day 2014
The Delaware County Veterans Memorial Associations' mission is to pay tribute to the service and sacrifices of the brave men and women of our armed forces. The Memorial serves as a place to learn about war and conflict U.S. history; a place to reflect upon bravery and sacrifice; and a place to honor those who serve to defend our rights - yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Capital Campaign- The project design offers a variety of exciting naming opportunities. Operating Fund - Support the Operations and Maintenance in order to keep the Memorial open to visitors 365 days a year. Education Fund - The DCVMA Educational Program is an approved EITC program and supported by many local school districts.