Meet Harrison, a fifth grader who loves history and wants children his age to learn about the attack on Pearl Harbor that happened more than 82 years ago.
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Meet the 11-year old Raising
100k to Honor the Heroes of
This pint-sized history
buff is on a mission to help preserve the legacies of
Dec 7's heroes
Let's raise $100K together
to help boys and girls like me remember our Pearl Harbor Heroes!
Harrison shares why he started
his fundraising journey
Rudy Martinez, USS Utah (1st Latino Killed)
PH survivor walking
Notable Women of Heart Mountain
Pearl Harbor Memorial
Wings For This Man
Harry Pang, Honolulu Fire Department
1LT Annie Fox Army Nurse Bronze Star (1)
Meet 11-year-old Harrison Johnson. His third-grade history project led him to learn about Pearl Harbor. His research came to life after a visit to Pearl Harbor National Memorial, home of the USS Arizona Memorial. Upon his return home to North Carolina, he announced his desire to raise $100,000 to support the continued remembrance on this important memorial.
Pacific Historic Parks is the non-profit cooperating association of the National Park Service in stewardship of Pearl Harbor. Our mission is to Remember, Honor and Understand World War II in the Pacific.
Sadly many schools are no longer teaching the lessons of the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor and how our country, led by our greatest generation, rallied and beat the forces of tyranny.
We are pleased this fundraising campaign is being led by this inspiring young man.
Become a hero today!! Help Harrison meet his goal.