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We are an organization that advocates for, and provides support to, struggling military families. Our goal is to help provide education, health, and a helping hand to those families that need support.

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How it all started

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Franklin D. Roosevelt

Throughout his political career Roosevelt championed the cause of human rights. In his annual State of the Union address to Congress of January 6, 1941, he asked the American citizens to support war efforts in various ways.

Roosevelt’s speech was known for “identifying the objectives of the war and revealing his hopeful view of the postwar world”. The speech helped to awaken Congress and the nation to the dire war calling, articulate ideological aims of the necessary armed conflict and appeal to the universal American belief of freedom.

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“In the future days, which we seek to make secure, we look forward to a world founded upon four essential human freedoms.”
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Norman Rockwell

The Four Freedoms is a series of four 1943 oil paintings by the American artist Norman Rockwell. The paintings are Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Worship, Freedom from Want, and Freedom from Fear.

Rockwell’s covers highlighted the human aspect of the American war effort. The illustrations supported the effort by promoting war bonds, and encouraging women to work and men to enlist. They employed themes of patriotism, longing, shifting gender roles, reunion, love, work, community, support and family.

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Our Mission

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We are an organization that advocates for, and provides support to, struggling military families. Our goal is to help provide education, health, and a helping hand to those families that need support.

The organization’s mission was inspired by President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms speech and human rights movement, as well as Norman Rockwell’s legendary historical paintings. This inspired Four Freedoms to help provide to those families an opportunity to receive essential human rights.

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A family of four, mother, father, and two children, one next to the other posing and smiling for a picutre. The father has a military unfiform. A family of three, older parents and their son, who is dressed with a military uniform.

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