About the World War II Foundation:

The World War II Foundation is one of the world’s leading non-profit organizations committed to educating future generations about the personal stories of the WWII generation. The World War II Foundation accomplishes this mission through the production of award-winning documentary films, which are donated to American Public Television for airing on PBS affiliates and networks around the United States and globally.

The WWII Foundation has produced 20 award winning documentaries films to date, which rank in the top-5 of most requested programs nationally by PBS stations. The World War II Foundation has won 5 Emmy Awards for its work, as well as 3 Indie International Film-Fest Awards and a National Programming Excellence Award from American Public Television.

The World War II Foundation Foundation chronicles the stories of those who fought in WWII and also experienced its horrific events, from survivors of the Holocaust to citizens of European countries who endured German occupation, to those who witnessed the Blitz in England.

The foundation has also visited several Japanese camps in the Philippines where thousands of Allied soldiers were brutally treated and murdered.

Among the Foundation’s awards, Tim Gray, Founder, personally has won 5 regional Emmy’s for documentary film writing and outstanding documentary film. The Foundation has also captured three prestigious Indie Film Fest Awards in that international competition

In addition, the World War II Foundation/Tim Gray Media has received the prestigious Programming Excellence Award from American Public Television for its series of WWII films.


Tim Gray meets with President Trump in the Oval Office

Project participants and supporters include of WWII Foundation films include: Gov. Tom Ridge, Dan Aykroyd, Curt Schilling, Tom Selleck, Tim McCarver, Kyle Chandler, Bill Belichick, Matthew Broderick, Donnie Wahlberg, Jason Beghe, Donnie Wahlberg, David McCallum, Gary Sinise, Jon Seda, Damian Lewis and Gen. David Petraeus.

Each day some 600 veterans of the war pass on, taking with them incredible stories of the time period 1939-1945.

The goal of our foundation is to preserve the individual experiences of those who witnessed the most devastating conflict known to man and to hopefully, pass on the lessons learned from World War II to a new generation.

We also seek, through educational outreach, to honor those who showed great examples of dedication, sacrifice and courage during one of the most horrific time periods in history.

We do hope you will support our mission and honor those who still remain, while also recognizing the cost paid by those who did not come home or were caught up in the path of World War II. Time is critical.DJI_0086

The foundation donates its films to American Public Television, schools and libraries so young people understand the sacrifices made by the WWII generation.

Please contact Tim Gray if your school would be interested in obtaining free DVDs for use in your classrooms and school libraries.

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Thank you.

Tim Gray
The World War II Foundation