Monument To Women Veterans

Monument to Women Veterans
Home of the SHERO Warrior

We are a 501c3 Charitable Non-Profit Corporation established in 2011 that has been leading the charge in recognizing 
and empowering our military women through a variety of community outreach and awareness efforts. Our mission is to build a Monument and Museum to women veterans.

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Unsung Heroes - The Story of America's Female Patriots

Our Upcoming Book

Send us your story for our upcoming book for local women veterans, written by John Appleyard & Deborah Dunlap!

Date of Service

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Our Mission

To pursue the development of a monument to honor all women, past, present, and future who served in the US military and provide often unmet critical resources for female veteran care. 

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Michelle Caldwell

OUR FOUNDER

Michelle Caldwell is an outstanding community leader and a Veteran with a heart for serving others. She has a passion & vision for directing and making change. Her main focus is Veterans and she has developed countless programs to serve and enrich their lives. It would be impossible to list all of Michelle's contributions from a national, regional, and local perspective. Read more to see a few of her recent and most relevant highlights.

The Monument

World—renowned sculptor, Elizabeth MacQueen has been selected to create this magnificent masterpiece that will reach over 30 ft into the air with flames, and a laser beam over a stainless-steel elliptical band of flowing water. 

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Museum

In 2018 the City of Pensacola agreed to a 100-year lease of the existing run-down Amtrak train station on Heinberg street for the Monument to Women Veterans to establish a Museum to Women Veterans. The Monument to Women Veterans will restore and remodel the existing facility and maintain the building and grounds throughout the term of the lease.

Shero Stories

Share your amazing stories about your service for the United States of America! It can be featured on the home page for all to see! 

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Our Mission

To pursue the development of a monument to honor all women, past, present, and future who served in the US military and provide often unmet critical resources for female veteran care. 

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Veterans and Addiction

Alcohol and prescription drug abuse is higher among active duty service members and veterans. Many of these people suffer from underlying post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 

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Horses Help Heal

Horses help heal our Veterans' Invisible Wounds. The Equine Therapy Group applies the nature and relationship with the horse to help a person's natural way of dealing with new situations and solving problems.