I found this on another forum and thought it might be of some interest. >Vietnam Veterans Association > >By Dick Forrey > >We asked our local Target store to be a sponsor of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall during our spring recognition event. We received back a reply from Target management that "veterans do not meet our area of giving. >We only donate to the areas of the arts, social actions, gay and lesbian causes, and education." > >My thought: If the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall and veterans in general, do not meet their donation criteria, something is wrong at Target. We were not asking for dollars, but simply sponsorship of an endorsement for a memorial remembrance. > >As follow-up, I E-mailed the corporate headquarters and their response was the same. Personally, I will NOT be purchasing anything at Target Stores again. If the Vietnam Veteran or Veterans in general do not meet their area of giving, then why should I, as a Vietnam veteran, spend my hard earned money in their stores? > >Please pass this on to as many people as you know. > >Sincerely, Veterans Helping Veterans > >PS: Target will also not allow the Marines to collect for "Toys For Tots" during the holidays in or in front of their stores.