Remembrance is at the forefront of our national consciousness, with sacrifices continuing to be made every day as we lose brave soldiers. The memory of lost loved ones can be expressed in many forms, including honorary bracelets.
In the 1970s, military families wore Prisoner of War (P.O.W.) bracelets. Today, military memorial bracelets are often worn to keep our fallen heroes in our hearts and thoughts. Bracelets serve as a symbol of love for surviving military families to cherish.
Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation (Fallen Patriots) is committed to keeping the memory alive of those who have paid the ultimate price for our continued freedom. We show our patriotism and support by offering college scholarships to children of the fallen.
Fallen Patriots is very thankful for support from Steel Hearts, a non-profit organization that honors fallen West Point graduates through high-quality memorial bracelets. Steel Hearts donates all proceeds raised through sales to military related non-profit foundations.
Fallen Patriots is grateful that Steel Hearts is donating $10 from every MAJ Thomas E. Kennedy bracelet sold to children of the fallen. MAJ Kennedy’s memorial bracelet serves as a symbol of his willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good.
MAJ Thomas E. Kennedy died while serving in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. He passed of wounds suffered when he encountered an insurgent who detonated a suicide vest. MAJ Kennedy is survived by his wife, Kami, twin children (a boy and a girl), and his parents.
With the support of partners, like Steel Hearts, Fallen Patriots continues to increase funds for the families we support and make college dreams a reality.