"In God We Trust"
The Arkansas Legislature passed ACT 911 of 2017 - the National Motto "In God We Trust" Display Act sponsored by Rep. Jim Dotson of Rogers, Arkansas. This act allows for the display of national motto posters in Arkansas public school classrooms and public buildings if made available for that purpose. We are helping with this effort by having posters printed to fulfill ACT 911 and assisting the public to provide the posters for display. Through July of 2019 we have assisted various groups with the production and display of over 18,000 national motto posters in Arkansas public school classrooms and also displays in the states of Alabama and Louisiana. Please use the contact form below if you would like to coordinate a specific supply of posters to be donated to your local public school, college, universtiy or to a public building. We will reach out to you after we receive your message.
If you would like to donate to help us provide "In God We Trust" posters for display, please donate by clicking the poster icon below:
We have posters available for any
state by special order.
Please contact our office to discuss.
The American History & Heritage Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating and informing the public about American history and heritage. Our organization is proud to be the private sponsor of the The Ten Commandments Monument that was installed on the grounds of the Arkansas State Capitol. We also look forward to assisting and supporting other states, counties, and cities that are committed to installing similar monuments in honor of the principles and beliefs that are the foundation of our nation. If you would like our assistance in having a Ten Commandments Monument or "In God We Trust" national motto monument installed, please contact us.
On April 8, 2015, the Arkansas General Assembly passed SB939 - The Ten Commandments Act and the Governor of Arkansas signed the bill into law becoming Act 1231.
The law states the "placing of a monument to the Ten Commandments on the grounds of the Arkansas State Capitol would help the people of the United States and of the State of Arkansas to know the Ten Commandments as the moral foundation of the law," and that the monument would be paid for by private donations.
Less than 24 hours after the Ten Commandments Monument was installed at the Arkansas State Capitol on June 27, 2017, a criminal destroyed the monument by driving over it with his vehicle in a premeditated act of violence with intent to destroy public property. The perpetrator was arrested and jailed awaiting trial - he was ultimately found to be mentally unfit to proceed with a trial and was released with psychiatric care. The American History & Heritage Foundation raised funds and arranged for a replacement monument to be finished as an exact replica of the first monument and reinstalled for the people of Arkansas - the replacement monument was installed and dedicated to the people of Arkansas on April 26, 2018.
A full copy of the legislation can be viewed by clicking here.
To help the American History & Heritage Foundation continue to fund Ten Commandments Monument projects, assist and support the installation of "In God We Trust" national motto posters and fulfill our mission to educate the public on American History & Heritage, please make a tax deductible donation today HERE.
Or mail your donation to the following address:
American Heritage and History Foundation
P.O. Box 10388
Conway, AR 72034
All donations are used to complete ongoing projects.
Any excess funds for specific projects are used to fulfill our overall mission
to educate the public on American history and heritage.
The American History & Heritage Foundation is an Arkansas non-profit corporation, and is an IRS approved 501(c)3 tax exempt organization. Your donations are tax deductible.
We appreciate your support.