According to USA Today, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has pledged $20 million to help fund the National Medal of Honor museum campaign in Arlington, Texas.
Furthermore, it is predicted that the cash would increase the museum’s commitment to $70 million at this time. Not to mention, this isn’t his first time advocating for a worthy cause.
Jones has donated and funded more than $396,000 to help Republicans win elections.
The National Medal of Honor Museum and Leadership Institute appear to be on their way to honoring the medal recipients’ legacies. It is now the 30th anniversary of the National Medal of Honor Day, and I am standing in AT&T Stadium.
They did, in fact, open the museum during the Civil War. They conferred the accolade as the highest military award for battle gallantry at the time.As a result, Jones engaged in heightened awareness as a way of commemorating the distinction.
“We need to show each other love from every kind of bias we can talk about. I’ve never seen anything that nails it like the recognition of the Medal of Honor winners and what they stood for. I’m keenly aware that when we endorse or we significantly recognize something special about our country, that’s going to have noticed.”
Jones and his family have been associated with the museum since 2019. Furthermore, they have pushed the basis forward to include only six values. The pillars of the foundation are courage, sacrifice, devotion, integrity, citizenship, and patriotism.
In addition, their Medal of Honor has served as a symbol of racial and religious plurality. Indeed, the meanings and the tradition date back to the time of wars and conflicts.
To date, the foundation has honored 3,507 individuals, 69 of whom are still alive. The foundation will be available in two cities: Arlington and Denver.
Actually, the foundation is made up of more than only the prize recipients. Indeed, it unites everyone in the NFL behind a single aim of character-driven leadership and empowering patriotism. Currently, everyone is gathering to lay the groundwork, and the design plan has been completed.
Apart from the NFL, world leaders such as Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, and others are involved.
As Jerry Jones shines a light on diversity, he envisions a future in which his fans and individuals of all backgrounds are participating in the museum together. Overall, the foundation is expected to be paid by 2024. It’s a long way to go, but it’s worth the wait.
“We need to show each other love from every kind of bias we can talk about. I’ve never seen anything that nails it like the recognition of the Medal of Honor winners and what they stood for. Let’s all pitch in and love each other and do it for each other.”
Jerry Jones has donated to the Gene and Jerry Jones Arlington Youth Foundation in addition to his present activities.
This foundation appears to work to offer facilities for those active in sports. To date, he has donated approximately $16.5 million to the organization in support of numerous Arlington youngsters.