WWI WWII KOREA EXPEDITIONARY VIETNAM KOSOVO KUWAIT GULF WAR AFGHANISTAN IRAQ
21 NOV 2013
" Chapter 1000 in Fitzgerald, Georgia is to be commended for being the first Department of Georgia chapter to establish it's own website. Further, they are the first Department of Georgia chapter to have stepped into Twitter world of social media and have joined Chapter 576 in Alphretta, Georgia as the owners of Facebook pages. Now, I challenge the other chapters to reach the standard Chapter 1000 has set."
“Congratulations, Department of Georgia, Commander Middleton on the formation of Chapter #1000, outstanding!"
William "Bill" Everett
MOPH Region IV Commander
"Congratulations on the formation of Chapter 1000 in Fitzgerald, GA.”
MOPH Membership Dept.
This Military Order of the Purple Heart Chapter began organizing in July 2013. After enough members were recruited and transferred, the Chapter was chartered and installed on October 1, 2013.
MOPH Chapter 1000 currently meets in Tifton, Georgia, at the VFW Post each first Tuesday of the month at 7:15PM. Our members are spread out over the south Georgia region in the following counties: Ben Hill, Berrien, Cook, Irwin, Lowndes, Tift, Telfair, Houston, and Wilcox.
The Chapter has plans to recruit additional members and has plans for several community events and fundraisers in the coming year.
We are a non-profit organization With Patriot Members from WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Cold War, Gulf War, Afghanistan and Iraq. We have Patriots in Baldwin, Ben Hill, Berrien, Brooks, Camden, Coffee, Colquitt, Cook, Glynn, Houston, Irwin, Lanier, Lee, Lowndes, Mc Intosh, Telfair, Thomas, Tift, Turner, Ware and Wilcox Counties. Chapter 1000 is in a unique position to help veterans across a broad area of South Georgia.
Our mission is simple:
"To foster an environment of brotherhood and camaraderie among combat wounded veterans, promote patriotism, and most importantly, provide service to all veterans and their families."
“Congratulations to Chapter Commander John Flener and to Past Department Commander John Wilder who worked very hard to make this happen. Job Well Done!”