Wreaths for Hope and Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation are partnering together this holiday season to make it possible for more surviving children to make their dreams a reality by attending college affordably.
Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation is proud to announce recent executive hires John J. Lindsay, Vice President of Operations, and Peter Hogarth, Chief Financial Officer.
Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation will benefit from the e for Education campaign initiated and launched by Citi.
CONSPA hosted the 3rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament to raise funds for surviving military children who have lost a parent in the line of duty.
The month-long fundraiser will directly benefit Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation in their goal to help the children of fallen soldiers reach their dreams of a college education.
Partnership allows for increased educational assistance for children of the fallen.
Many surviving children have experienced and witnessed their parents returning home from war and have faced the responsibility to be the backbone for their grieving families.
Memorial Day was created to ensure the nation was given the opportunity to publically demonstrate their appreciation for the sacrifices and successes made by our service members, past and present.
In remembrance of military members who’ve lost their lives while serving the United States and in honor of the surviving families, PepsiCo has launched a 5,000-mile relay across the country that began in Seattle and will end in White Plains, N.Y. on May 24th to help spread awareness for Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation.
During Military Appreciation Month, Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation honors the heroic sacrifices that soldiers, surviving spouses and their children have endured and overcome.
Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation is celebrating the bravery of military children during Month of the Military Child who have had to endure the ultimate sacrifice of losing a parent.
The Junior Board of Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation is hosting the second annual Red, White and Blue Gala to raise funds for Gold Star military children, or those who have lost a parent in the line of duty.
Since 1996, American citizens have identified March 4th as Hug a GI Day to honor and appreciate the United States military. In honor of Hug a GI Day, Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation, a nonprofit that provides educational counseling and college scholarships for military children who’ve lost a parent in the line of duty, is collecting “virtual hugs” in the form of donations.
Jacksonville, FL. —Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation pays respect to all soldiers who have served honorably from the Revolutionary War to today’s operations.
Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation will launch its Selfless Acts campaign, honoring different Selfless Acts that our fallen patriots have achieved. Soldiers that died in the line of duty acted on the ultimate selfless act, sacrificing their lives for our continued freedom.
Jacksonville, FL. — The beginning of a new year provides an opportunity for Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation to reflect on the success of the past year and the growth of the year to come.
Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation recently held their sixth annual event at the Riverside Yacht Club in Greenwich, Conn.
More than 25 percent of children left behind by an active duty servicemember killed in the line of duty is five or younger.
Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Vincent Tortorella, Jr. to Help Military Children Attend College.
Father of Nine and West Point Graduate Stephen Cannon to Help Families of Military Killed in the Line of Duty.