Spiritual Leader / Services
Publius and all its affiliates are strictly confined to the 100% Rule; meaning that 100% of the donations and fundraising monies garnered must be applied to the expressed intent of the solicitation which would only include the cost of construction materials and installation. The 100% Rule is specific to the management and manpower needed for the successful completion of any project. Publius' 100% Rules mandates that all tasks performed by the organization must be completed by volunteers only. We believe that is how a true nonprofit should conduct its business.
Publius Nonprofit, founded in January of 2005 during the Global War on Terror is based in Hackettstown, New Jersey. Publius is a nonprofit organization that was originally created to provide a coalition of good-will opportunities to various organizations and individuals who wanted to develop their own troop support campaign(s) during a time of war.
MISSION... to deliver a wide-range of opportunities that are designed to foster a sense of ONENESS between civilians and military veterans by way of conscience appreciation and participation. Promoting public awareness, involvement and support for U.S. military service members by way of empowerment, reward and recognition of our volunteers and contributors.
WILLIAM SOHL Vietnam
AVM board of directors...
AVM board of advisors...
Ceremonial Productions Specialist
To provide needed outreach services and support to those who have honorably served or are currently serving
in the United States Armed Forces; home or abroad. To provide educational and military support opportunities
to individuals, schools, and organizations that seek to fulfill community service mandates.
All Veterans Memorial (AVM), founded in May 2006 is an off-shoot of Publius Nonprofit, is an educational military complex that is comprised of pavers denoting honorable military service of individuals who served in the U.S Armed Forces and the development of our great nation. From the planning stages to fundraising to the setting of the final paver, the AVM was built on community enthusiasm, strength, and talents. On its face, the memorial is a regal complex that provides a place to honor, reflect and host reverent military observances, however, when one takes a much closer look, the AVM is modern day proof that “We the People” continue to cherish our freedom and those who risk their lives to preserve it. The AVM, or more commonly referred to as "The People's Memorial" was funded by private donations and remained in-line with the 100% Rule.
The mission of Publius Non-profit is to deliver a wide-range of opportunities that are designed to foster a sense of ONENESS between civilians and military veterans by way of conscience appreciation and participation.
Publius promotes public awareness, involvement and support for U.S. military service members by way of empowerment, reward and recognition of our volunteers and contributors.
AVM Originator / Philanthropist
Global War on Terror
to all veterans (and their family’s) need whether they are home or abroad.
to the application and expenditure of all charitable contributions and donations.
Compassionate and dedicated…
ERIC JOHN WOOD
Homeless Heroes Campaign
Recruiter / Organizer
LINDA & BILL SOHL
Memorial Day Organizers
PETER J. KING, ESQ.
Trustworthy and accountable…
to fair and ethical treatment of all regardless of age, race/color, origin, religion, and sex. Remain open-minded to new ideas, while remaining mindful of public interest.
Respectful and appreciative...
to all our volunteers and contributors.
SOLOMON E. GONITE
U.S. Marine Corps
WILLIAM 'BILL' A WYNNE
World War II
U.S. Air Force
Ethical and open-minded…
As the war on terror intensified, so did the needs of countless service men and women fighting overseas. During the development of the AVM, the committee saw the need to create another branch that would provide community awareness and outreach services for veterans called Morris County Cares (MCC). Morris County Care's moto "Serving those who serve" was immediately embraced by private individuals, schools, community organizations and corporations from New Jersey to Pennsylvania. The close affiliation between the AVM and MCC would eventually merged the two nonprofit's identity into one, transferring the memorial complex and veterans outreach onto the All Veterans Memorial. To learn more about our support efforts click here...