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College for their Children


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OUR INSPIRATION

Sergeant William Delaney Gibbs from the 7th Infantry Division was killed in action during Operation Just Cause in Panama, leaving behind a young wife and an unborn daughter.

Our Founder and CEO, David Kim, served with Sergeant Gibbs and was inspired by his sacrifice and never forgot about Sergeant Gibb’s or his daughter. Read More

OUR MISSION 

To provide college scholarships and educational counseling to military children who have lost a parent in the line of duty.

The vision of Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation is to ensure that every such child receives all necessary college funding. We are dedicated to serving the families of combat casualties and military training accidents as well as other duty-related deaths. Read More

 
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Approximately 20,000 Children


have lost an active duty parent in the military over the last 35 years.  97% of casualties are men, leaving behind single mothers to care for their families. Of those families, 60% report having trouble making ends meet.

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Approximately 20,000 Children


have lost an active duty parent in the military over the last 35 years.  97% of casualties are men, leaving behind single mothers to care for their families. Of those families, 60% report having trouble making ends meet.

Donate Now

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The average gap in funding is $32,000 per child for a complete college education.


Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation has provided over 10 million dollars in scholarship assistance and supported over 630 scholars of fallen service members since 2002.

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The average gap in funding is $32,000 per child for a complete college education.


Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation has provided over 10 million dollars in scholarship assistance and supported over 630 scholars of fallen service members since 2002.

Enroll Now

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