How You Can Help Save a WWII Museum in Hawaii

Veteran's Day is the day we say thank you to those who served our country. For Glen Tomlinson one day isn't enough.

Glen and his family have dedicated themselves to ensuring the stories of WWII Veterans live on. The Tomlinson's created the Home Of The Brave museum, The Brewseum and Home Of The Brave Brewing in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Today, they need our help.

Home Of The Brave needs to raise $100,000 to preserve the memories and donated memorabilia located inside only miles from Pearl Harbor. Many of these Veteran's service goes directly back to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.

A GoFundMe Page has been set up to help raise donations to keep these Veterans stories alive. Whatever we can do to help would be amazing. Share this. Tell others about it. Let's see how much we can help.

Since they opened their doors over 100,000 of our Greatest Generation have attended this museum filled with donated memorabilia. Home Of The Brave has gathered thousands of pictures, medals and other artifacts from Veterans. There are stories to go with them, stories Glen wants to make sure we all remember.

Rob and Lady Brewmance recently stopped in during a recent visit to Hawaii. When they learned the museum was in danger of closing they wanted to share their story.

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