The RNCIC buys land to donate to the Fayetteville National Cemetery so that our veterans will have future burial sites
WHO WE ARE
The Regional National Cemetery Improvement Corporation (RNCIC) was incorporated in 1984 for the expansion of the Fayetteville National Cemetery. The IRS designates 501(C)3 not-for-profits as: 501(C)3. The RNCIC is a not-for-profit corporation whose officers and members are volunteers working without compensation. Membership in the RNCIC is open to all individuals as well as any organization wanting to help secure land for burials and interments for those who have proudly served our country.
Our mission is to secure land adjacent to the Fayetteville National Cemetery to ensure the cemetery can continue to receive veterans for burial. Veterans living in Northwest Arkansas, as well as many veterans living outside our region, have planned their final resting place here. This desire stems from having been born and raised in Northwest Arkansas, having close family ties here, or having made their homes in the area following their service.
Many people have given generously to our cause. Your generous donation is deeply appreciated, and donations are tax deductible. Please consider making a donation today. We need your support (RNCIC tax identification will be furnished upon request). We also need people with a passion for Veteran causes to join our organization!
THE FAYETTEVILLE NATIONAL CEMETERY
This schematic map shows how much the RNCIC has added to the Fayetteville National Cemetery since our founding in 1984. Our latest purchase is the lot in gray on the left side. We closed on it in Aug 2019. We will donate it to the cemetery after we demolish the house and clear the lot.
THE FAYETTEVILLE NATIONAL CEMETERY HISTORY AND PLAN FOR THE FUTURE
This map shows the original cemetery, the land purchases of the RNCIC, land being prepped for donation, as well as the vision of future purposes. This is why we raise money so that we can secure the land on this map for the purpose of expanding the cemetery in order to honor our fallen veterans.
The monthly board of directors meetings are at 10:00 a.m. on the second Saturday of the month
at the American Legion Post 27, 1195 So. Curtis Ave., Fayetteville, AR or via Zoom. Due to Covid, these details are subject to change. Contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Members and guests are always welcome.