Our nonprofit foundation helps people, groups and local businesses and professional service providers record and archive their stories, through text, photos and videos and in multiple languages. A section of the online story can be password protected, and a shortened version can be printed out in an 8½” x 11” template to be shared with family, friends and associates. The Heritage Honor Roll may contain more than one legacy story for a person, group or business because story sponsors want to recognize different contributions or share the information in more than one language. We gift 80 percent of unapplied gross revenues from business membership fees and Social Legacy Network subscription fees to local communities.
Legacy Partners are businesses and nonprofit organizations whose missions reinforce our goals of preserving legacy stories and supporting excellence in social studies instruction. They can be searched on our Web site by name, language, category and location.
Business Legacy Partners pay a $49 fee that is renewable every 6 months. For this fee, they receive free home pages on our Web site—one for each location and in multiple languages, if desired—to share information about your business or practice and advertise discounts for current and future Americans All members. They also get 2 free 7-digit Gift Codes (worth $49) to publish stories on our Heritage Honor Roll, and can host, on their home page(s), legacy stories that customers have published on our Heritage Honor Roll to provide further exposure for these stories. Moreover, they are listed on both our Discounts page and our Legacy Partner landing page, so Americans All members can identify Business Legacy Partners offering discounts on goods and services.
Nonprofit Legacy Partners can create free home page(s) on our Web site—one for each chapter/division and in multiple languages, if desired—to share information about themselves and better connect with current and future members. Nonprofits participate in Americans All at no cost because they host, on their home page(s) on our Web site, legacy stories their members have published on our Heritage Honor Roll to provide further exposure for these stories.