We are a non-profit-tax exempt organization needing to raise funds for programs and community service in three key focused areas;  African-American Military History/Education, Veterans Community Service / Outreach and Active Duty to Veteran status. And we are willing to work hard to raise these funds. A copy of our tax-exempt certificate is attached.

The Walking Ghosts of Black History is a Historical & Educational organization, exploring the span of time of African Americans involved in United States military history. Dedicated to telling this story in a living way, this is not a dry recitation in a history book or a boring lecture in a classroom. This is a re-enactment of actual historical events with many opportunities for everyone to participate and learn. A forum for education about African American Military service. Each division of our organization will include men, women and children of all ages. Their will be tutorial programs for all ages, especially “Veterans”. 

Leon Watkins, Founder/Executive Director and Larry Thompson, Co-Founder, Both are military veterans; Leon Watkins, 6 years in the United States Marine Corps and Larry Thompson, 10 years in the United States Navy. We’re asking for your support with raising our operation budget to benefit our non-profit programs of African-American military service from the time of the United State conception through to present day.

Since TWGOBH conception, the organization has participated in numerous events and school lectures. Including winning First place in the City of Oakland’s Veteran’s Day parade in 1991, and presenting a reef at the ceremony (The Presidio) of the 9th and 10th Cavalry / 24th and 25th infantry in Honor of National Buffalo Soldiers Day in the City of San Francisco 29 July 1992, the Home Front Festival / Rosie The Riveter Historic Society, Richmond, Ca, 13 Oct 2012 and the 1st annual 150th anniversary of the Burning of Darien - Darien, Ga. June 2013 & The 150th Anniversary of the Assault on Battery Wagner, 18 July 2013.

With your generous donation, you or your organization will be posted on our website, Facebook page and acknowledged at our event through promotional announcements and fliers, a logo and prominent note in our program. We feel that you or your business will benefit from the community goodwill generated by your kind donation to our organization.

To learn more about our organization, our event, or you would like further information about The Walking Ghosts of Black History please feel free to contact us directly, Leon Watkins and Larry Thompson at 510 302-8328

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