JBMF

Approved by U.S. Congress    (Public Law 110-181, Section 2877)   Congressional Sponsor:  U.S. Representative Walter B. Jones, NC

Get Involved!

LEGAL DOCUMENTS REGARDING JBMF, Inc. 501(c)(3) AND ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTS , WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW HERE.

NATIONAL MONUMENT LEGISLATIVE PROCESS

April 2007: U.S. Representative Walter B. Jones, North Carolina, introduced congressional legislation for the establishment of a National Monument to honor the service and sacrifice of the United States Armed Forces working dog teams that have participated in military operations of the United States since WWII.

January 28, 2008: President George W. Bush signed congressional legislation into public law 110-181, Section 2877 authorizing the establishment of a National Monument for United States Armed Forces working dog teams.

October 28, 2009: President Barack H. Obama amended public law 110-181, Section 2877 to authorize the John Burnam Monument Foundation, Inc. to build and maintain the National Monument for the United States Armed Forces working dog teams.

Why we can call this a "National Monument" HR 4986

IRS 990 FORMS

  • Year 2008 a 990-N was filed, we raised less than $25,000.00.
  • Year 2009 a 990-N was filed, we raised less than $25,000.00.
  • Year 2010 a 990-N was filed, we raised less than $25,000.00.
Year 2011 a 990 was filed