About Us

917 society is a non-profit organization made of inspiring, caring and responsible volunteers who want to pass on to the younger generations the rights and the responsibilities given by the U.S constitution.
Our volunteers celebrate our successes in upcoming events 11/26 and 12/10/21

What we’ve accomplished so far

As a 501c3 non-profit organization who is actively contributing in raising educated, patriotic U.S citizens of the future, we proudly say that we have made a true difference with our mission.

We received orders from teachers and principals from all over the Country thanking us for our free resource that they could use to celebrate Constitution Day in 2021.

Thank you to our Tennessee Legislators for your belief in our Mission and leading by example to ensure all our 8th grade students in Tennessee receive their pocket Constitutions each year in all 95 counties. Tennessee is leading the nation by passing "Celebrate Freedom Week" legislation. We are traveling to the National State Legislators Conference in November to share our program and get other states involved.

We have reached 200,000 eighth graders across the United States of America through our educational program in 2020 and we reached our goal of 1.5 million in 14 states for 2021.

More than 693 middle schools in America have trusted us in educating their students about the U.S Constitution.

We are excited that Oklahoma Legislators helped to distribute in their state in 2021.

Free of charge Constitution camp curriculum for parents and volunteers to provide for all children who want to be part of a community that believes in the values and norms given by the U.S constitution.

Partnering with AMVETS to help distribute Constitutions to schools. We were excited to have presented the 917 Society and our partnership with our Amvets organization at their National Convention on Thursday, August 19th. Thank you to Tennessee Commander, Mark Frederick for setting that up.

Guidestar Platinum transparency award

Collaborating with community organizations such as the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) to support our mission in educating our youth about the U.S Constitution.