The Freedoms Foundation & the Medal of Honor Grove
The Freedoms Foundation campus is 72 acres. The Medal of Honor Grove comprises the majority of the campus. The Campus, which includes the Grove is private property. The Medal of Honor Grove has a conservation easement on it so that it can never be developed or sold.
The Friends of the Medal of Honor Grove is the non-profit organization, made up of community members, that maintains its grounds and is responsible for its recent restoration. The Friends have no paid staff, is all voluntary and raises the funds to keep this memorial safe, beautiful and an honorable memorial. It is the oldest living memorial to our Medal of Honor Recipients.
The Freedoms Foundation employs a Curator of the Medal of Honor Grove who is onsite during FFVF work hours.
Unauthorized vehicles are not permitted to drive the pathways however tours are available by appointment. If you'd like a tour call 610-933-8825 Ext 271.
General Rules to be followed:
Sadly, due to several incidences in the Grove involving unleashed dogs attacking leashed dogs, jumping on people and not being cleanup up after, there are now signs posted at 4 locations. If a dog jumps on you or attacks your dog, please call 911 or 610-935-2440. Tell the dispatcher there is a visitor with an unleashed dog at the Medal of Honor Grove in Schuylkill Township and describe the incident. The Schuylkill Township Police are aware and have advised us to call them.
These signs are posted at the Knox entrance, Gate House entrance, hill past the Chaplains Memorial and another in the Grove and further in the Grove.
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