Miller-Jones Menifee Memorial Park and Mortuary, in partnership with the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1956 and the City of Menifee, is honored to be hosting The Wall That Heals this upcoming April 2023. The Wall That Heals traveling exhibit features a mobile education center and three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. Like the original Memorial, The Wall That Heals is erected in a chevron-shape and bears the name of more than 58,000 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam. The Wall replica provides the opportunity for thousands of veterans and families to honor and reflect upon the legacy of our Vietnam veterans, allowing the healing process to begin/continue.
The Wall That Heals will arrive in the City of Menifee on Tuesday, April 4 and escorted to Miller-Jones Memorial Park at 26770 Murrieta Rd, Menifee. The replica will be assembled on Wednesday, April 5 and will remain open for 24 hours/day beginning at 4PM until its disassembly at 2PM on Sunday, April 9.
In order to host this impactful and deeply moving opportunity in Menifee, the VFW Post 1956, a City of Menifee 501(c)19 non-profit organization, is reaching out to the community with sponsorship and in-kind donation opportunities to help supplement the additional costs of hosting this event. With thousands of active-duty and retired members of the military calling the City of Menifee home, we anticipate that this regional event will attract over 15,000 visitors over the course of the four day event.
Thank you for considering this event and supporting our veteran community in Riverside County and beyond. If you have any questions regarding sponsorship opportunities, please contact Stephanie Ornelas at (951)672-0777 or by email at: Stephanie.Ornelas@DignityMemorial.com.