After many years of work, and thanks to the generosity of supporters like you, Patriot Park became a reality in 2021. But our work is not done.
Tens of thousands of brave servicemen and women have been wounded, and over 7,000 have made the ultimate sacrifice in the Global War on Terrorism. Our Nation owes them a debt of gratitude we can never fully repay—but we can do all in our power to honor them.
This is to certify that PATRIOT PARK FOUNDATION is registered as a Charitable Organization with the Department of State, Bureau of Corporations and Charitable Organizations under The Solicitation of Funds for Charitable Purposes Act, 10 P.S. § 162.1 et seq., and is authorized to solicit charitable contributions under the conditions and limitations set forth under the Act.
The Patriot Park Foundation recently received a donation valued at more than $26,600 for the development of the Gold Star Memorial Plaza.
Shanksville, Pa. — When the plane crashed in the empty field north of town, the schools let out early. Katlin Rodriguez, 11 at the time, waited in a cafeteria full of crying and shocked classmates for her mother and stepfather to come and take her home. When they showed up, they had brought along a family friend.
Order online: Tina Haydu Photography is selling a one of a kind photograph taken at Patriot Park of the Towers of Light tribute at Flight 93 memorial. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Patriot Park. There are 2 styles of prints, one with a commemorative name plate and one without.
As interest grows in the efforts of the Patriot Park Foundation, Foundation members are inviting the media to share information about a series of notable events over the next month. Engaged in a successful fundraising campaign, Patriot Park is located just west of the Flight 93 National Memorial entrance along U.S. Rt 30.
A property right down the street from the Flight 93 National Memorial in Shanksville will soon become "Patriot Park," dedicated to remembering the patriots who were killed in the U.S. Global War on Terror.
The spot where United Flight 93 crashed on Sept. 11, 2001, has grown to become a $58 million memorial to the 40 men and women credited with fighting back against their hijackers that day.
A group of local volunteers is working to raise awareness and funds for a memorial to veterans of the U.S. Global War on Terror.
Organizers are planning to break ground this spring on a memorial to honor armed service members who lost their lives in the global war on terror.
The global War on Terror started over the skies of Western Pennsylvania on Sept. 11, 2001.