We urgently need your help and support to succeed

Won’t you join with us to bring the legend of Merian C. Cooper and the Kosciuszko Squadron, and other tales of American valor to audiences everywhere… to inspire the next generation of patriots as we ourselves were inspired in our youth… to galvanize fellow citizens dispirited by the surge of anarchy and negativity… to restore faith and belief in American virtue and integrity?

Please consider the levels of support

Become a part of this vital effort before we all find ourselves repeating General Brusilov’s lament.

Here’s where we are

A first-rate, professional screenplay was optioned to Genesis Productions for free by a published author and screenwriter devoted to the Cooper story. Now we need to raise some $3 million in seed money to be taken seriously by top talent and package our screenplay with an established producer, director or star. Retaining a player with a track record will position us to negotiate a co-production deal with a Hollywood Studio.

Please consider the following levels of support and give as much as you can. If you can’t contribute, but can make an introduction for us to a Hollywood player, we would love to hear from you. If you can do both—write a check and share a contact—you’re our hero!

Make all checks payable to THE FOUNDATION TO ILLUMINATE AMERICA’S HEROES, INC. or FIAH and send to:
David C. Jamison, 104 Bristol Court, Dothan, AL 36303 USA

* All donations will be acknowledged for tax purposes.

If you have any questions concerning donations to the Foundation to support this mission, or any other matters, please do not hesitate to contact the Executive Director, David C. Jamison, at: or at (334) 718 9501

EIN # 45-0951847

We are proud to be members of AUSA.

“We got ourselves into this mess through our own indifference and selfishness and corruption, and our utter inability to read the signs of the times. It is up to us to get ourselves out of it. If we are unable to do this, we deserve any form of government that may be imposed upon us.”

So said General Alexei Brusilov, a Russian patriot and hero of World War I, to an American correspondent in Moscow three years after the Russian Revolution.

His words are entirely applicable to the USA today.

When a generation has been indoctrinated in subversive doctrines in high school and college; when a corrosive ideology infiltrates our media and institutions; when frenzied mobs, toppled statues, and cities aflame dominate the nightly news, we can no longer remain indifferent.

We’ve got to pro-actively educate and inspire a new generation in American values and traditions. Stories are powerful teaching instruments. By illuminating the stories of America’s authentic heroes, we can renew our values and traditions.

While there’s still time.