In the Community
Whether it's through community events, volunteering, or media appearances, we're always looking for ways to get involved in the community! Keep an eye out for our next event and join our movement for a new vision for Richmond!
Virginia Humanities Grant
We are thrilled to receive a grant from Virginia Humanities to support our mural project in downtown Richmond! Our mural will contribute to Richmond's booming public art movement and share the legacy of our heroic Medal of Honor Recipients!
The Monumental Honor team returned to the Powhatan Beaty Memorial Bridge to pick up litter and honor the legacy of this MoH Recipient. This will be a quarterly event, so keep an eye out for our next volunteer opportunity!
Monumental Honor joined the Henrico County's Juneteenth Celebration at Dorey Park. It was an honor sharing our story with all those who attended!
Memorial Day Celebration
Monumental Honor joined Governor Youngkin at the Virginia War Memorial's Memorial Day Celebration to honor all those who died serving our country.
Mindful Memorial Day
We participated in Mindful Memorial Day at the Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, DC. This reflective event honors the fallen warriors who died post-9/11.
Monumental Honor adopted the Powhatan Beaty Memorial Bridge in Richmond. Thanks to our team for helping to honor the legacy of this Richmond Medal of Honor Recipient!
Ten 2 Honor Walk-a-thon
Over 200 people joined us to celebrate the National Medal of Honor Day at Byrd Park in Richmond, VA! Participants walked ten laps around the park to honor each local Recipient.
Monumental Honor and the University of Richmond revived the 78-year old tradition of "Dervishian Day" to celebrate the homecoming of 2LT Ernest Dervishian, a WWII veteran who received the MoH. Monumental Honor honored Dervishian's family members during halftime of a UofR basketball game.
Op-ed in the Times-Dispatch
Richmond has an opportunity where monuments once stood. See our Op-ed in the Richmond Times-Dispatch!
'Wounds of War' Podcast
Monumental Honor's President, Ian Berry, talks to Jan Scruggs (founder of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in DC) about our amazing team and his inspiration to start this project. [Click the link here to listen on Spotify.]