TORRANCE, Calif. – A 93-yr-previous World Warfare II D-Day veteran and Torrance resident needs to deliver seven of his fellow veterans back to the location where the allied forces invaded almost 75 years in the past. However he wants assist getting there, and time is operating out.
George Ciampa is a adorned WWII veteran who fought on the beaches of Normandy June 6, 1944.
Although he can by no means escape the horrors of warfare, he believes it’s crucial that the younger generations never forget the sacrifices made within the identify of freedom.
That is why he has launched Let Freedom Ring, a non-revenue army documentary organization. Ciampa has already completed five documentaries, and has spoken to hundreds of younger individuals in america and Europe.
His sixth movie goals to doc the journey of seven of his fellow D-Day veterans back to the shores of Normandy.
Nevertheless, he still wants to boost the funds to finish the undertaking.
“I have been breaking my back making an attempt to boost the funds to do that,” Ciampa stated. “I’m about $20,000, $25,000 out, and if I’ve to, I am going to take it out of my retirement. It has been my factor and can be my thing till I die.”
To help Ciampa attain his aim, donate at LetFreedomRingForAll.org.