This life-size bronze statue of Stubby honors fallen heroes.
You Can Help.
Any amount ( $15, $20, $50, etc.) would be appreciated, and will help to bridge the funding gap for making this tribute to the fallen possible. The U.S. War Dog Association matched all funds up to $30,000. But we still have a ways to go.
As a special thank you, you’ll receive a donor award at key donation levels. Find the donor award level that works for you.
Your reward: a Sergeant Stubby Challenge Coin with our favorite dog on one side, with the CT Trees of Honor Memorial logo on the reverse.
Your reward at a new, lower level. Navy blue tee shirt with our favorite dog on the front. Adult and kid sizes.
Your reward: an engraved brick (personalized with your message) in memory of a special service or companion dog. Will be installed in the path leading to the Stubby statue.
Your reward: your (or your corporation) name engraved on a plaque mounted on the Stubby statue base. The plaque will be installed after the statue unveiling 5/26.
Not interested in donor awards?
You can just:
If you prefer, your check, with the notation “Sergeant Stubby Statue/Fund/Tribute” can be sent to Connecticut Trees of Honor Memorial Park (or CTHM) at this mailing address: CTHM, Inc. P.O. Box 86, Cromwell, CT 06416
Meet sculptress Susan Bahary.
Susan Bahary is the creator of our country’s first official war dog memorial “Always Faithful” that was unveiled at the Pentagon and dedicated at the US Marine Corps War Dog Cemetery on Guam in 1994. She has been known ever since for her compelling monuments around the world to Service Animals and the animal/human bond, and has been a leader in raising awareness of and support for their deeds and sacrifices.