The Patton Foundation is an IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit organization devoted to:

  1. Connecting the legacy of General George S. Patton, Jr. to the contemporary study and practice of leadership;

  2. Continuing and expanding the Patton family concern for the troops, veterans and their families, and especially by helping veterans mend, heal and reintegrate into their families and communities; and

  3. Perpetuating the memory of the WWII Generation as an example of service and sacrifice above all.
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Helen Patton with friends Ypo Vauclair of St. Lo, Normandy (left) and U.S. Army D-Day veteran, Jack Port of Escondido, California (right) at Pointe du Hoc, Normandy. photo:Cate McElroy
A MESSAGE FROM HELEN PATTON
Our Chairman:
Helen Patton
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For more information, please contact Douglas Gordon, President and CEO, The Patton Foundation:
619.208.8811


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As the granddaughter of General George S. Patton, Jr., I started The Patton Foundation to champion the adoption of the timeless and effective leadership principles of my grandfather by America's business and non-profit organizations to meet today's unprecedented challenges.

In addition, The Foundation supports our brave men and women in uniform, veterans and their families, as they face health, vocational or financial challenges. Service members who sacrifice for us deserve nothing less.

Finally, The Patton Foundation perpetuates the memory of the "World War II Generation". Those of that era, including my grandfather, played a critical role in the liberation of Europe in World War II. Over 200,000 American servicemen died freeing Europe from Adolph Hitler. Nearly 70 years later, so few of them are still with us, and the stories of their service and sacrifice have faded with time. We perpetuate that memory so that all Americans, and especially our young people, know their story.

I can't do this alone. Please make a tax-deductible donation to The Patton Foundation today. Thank you so much for supporting our important mission.

Fondly,
Helen Patton
Chairman, The Patton Foundation