From Gettysburg to Camelot 

2015

At the Royal Palm Beach Cultural Center, Lincolns  and Kennedys raised $1665 for the West Palm Beach FisherHouse

THANKS TO ALL WHO HELPED US RAISE $3,700 FOR

Wounded Veterans Relief Fund.

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JOHNSON AND JOHNSON

(..AND WE DON'T MEAN THE BABY POWDER)

Wednesday , February 6, 2019 from 1 PM – 3:30 PM  Finland House, 301 Central Blvd. in Lantana, FL.




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William and Sue Wills

The Founding Fathers - 2014

Washington, Adams, Madison, Monroe.came to life in West Palm Beach and raised $641.00 for the South Florida Wounded Warriors

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P R E S I d e n t s  P r o j e c t  I N C

a 501 c 3 non profit,

helping our wounded soldiers and their families

All net profits will be donated to

Wounded Veterans Relief Fund

​         a South Florida 501 c3 / https://www.wvrf.org
Ease the burdens of financial distress for post-9/11 Florida disabled veterans, helping them transition back home in a productive, meaningful way..

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 William and Sue Wills are a rare couple - they have made a living at theater for 4 decades while raising a family. Their greatest joy were the years when all three of their children - Dan, Jennifer and Rebecca - worked beside them on stage. They have really had two careers.  The first was operating a theater company in Ocean City , Md for 20 years producing their own written musicals for children and their families and also the typical summer theater Broadway fare. Then for what has been 22 years, they created and performed " Presidents and Their First Ladies, dramatically speaking" showcasing the life stories of 34 American Presidents and their wives who were First Ladies.  Together they have appeared together on stage over 8,800 times.
   They know how blessed they were that their son came home from war in one piece and their prayers go out every day for those soldiers and families whose lives have been changed forever.   

    Now once a year they produce a special presentation featuring various Presidents and their Wives to raise money for other 501 c 3 organizations that specifically help wound soldiers and the their families.

33 in 5 days---2013

We presented all of our shows at that time over 5 days in Ocean City, MD raising over $2000.00 for The

Wounded Warrior Project

From Majors to Major Generals

2016

Again in Royal Palm Beach,  the Monroes, McKinleys, Hayes and Garfileds combined for a $1860.00 donation to Homes for Our Troops

Dan Wills

When A General followed a Captain

2018

At the Boynton Beach Civic Center  the Trumans and the Eisenhowers  raised $3000.00 for  the Fisher House. A personal $3000 donation raised the total to $6000.

P R E S I d e n t s  P r o j e c t  I N C

a 501 c 3 non profit,

helping our wounded soldiers and their families

corporation papers

The Roosevelts of New York

2017

Again in Royal Palm Beach,  the Theodore and Edith Roosevelt AND Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt for a $2500.00 donation to The Independence Fund

Meet Our officers

EVENT COMPLETED

The life stories of

ANDREW & ELIZA JOHNSON              LYNDON & LADY BIRD JOHNSON

​​We are a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. Click to see IRS
determination letter

   Dan spent his first 21 years bringing joy to people entertaining both with his family on stage and at a frontier theme park. His enthusiasm and energy warmed the hearts of all who saw him.
   Dan was 26 when September 11, 2001 happened and he immediately joined the Army to help his country. Dan was invovled in the Iraq invasion, stayed a year and returned for 2nd tour. Dan came home safe and sound and is now a paramedic/fireman for the Town of Ocean City Maryland .  But thousands of others who served came home burdened with physical and mental problems. To remember them and to give support to their families, it is in Dan's honor that we created Presidents Project, Inc.

Presidents and First Ladies helping our wounded soldiers

as portrayed by William and Sue Wills