Young American Award Sponsorship Needed for Connecticut Heroes in the Arts
The Western Connecticut Military Officers Association gives scholarships to graduating HS students of outstanding caliber by way of the Young American Awards. June 2023 will be our 47th year promoting leadership and patriotism in Fairfield County high school graduates.
We are seeking new sponsors for new awards.
We would be honored to give a scholarship in the name of you, your company, or anyone you wish. If you wish to remain anonymous, here are some famous people from CT who have major contributions to our nation that can be used if you so choose.
$500 – $999: Name or business name/logo will appear in the YAA program, one ticket to YAA 2023, group mention to our 30+ media outlets, and a direct call from WCMOA
$1,000 – $1,499: Name or business name/logo will appear in the YAA program, two tickets to YAA 2023, group mention to our 30+ media outlets, and a direct call from WCMOA
$1,500 – $1,999: Name or business name/logo will appear in the YAA program, three tickets to YAA 2023, INDIVIDUAL mention to our 30+ media outlets, and a direct call from WCMOA
Perhaps you know of an organization, individual or company who might want to honor one of our Connecticut well-known or lesser-known Heroes in the Arts
Harriet Beecher Stowe – American author and abolitionist, best known for her novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1852). She lived in Hartford, CT.
Marian Anderson – American contralto singer, first African-American to perform with the Metropolitan Opera. She lived in Danbury CT.
Donations for a “named” sponsorship must be made no later than
30 April 2023!
Donations for any purpose can be made by:
Or by check made payable to “WCMOA” and mailed to:
Western Connecticut Military Officers Association
PO Box 2145
Norwalk, CT 06852-2145
For more information you can also reach out to
PLEASE DONATE TODAY!