Reston, VA – 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.   

Partnerships with nonprofit organizations, like Fallen Patriots, is a core part of Wreaths for Hope’s purpose.  The organization is supporting Fallen Patriots mission to ensure a college education for surviving children by donating 20% of wreath sales using promo code FALLENPATRIOTS.

Wreaths ordered by October 31st will receive 2015 pricing of $24.95 (plus shipping and handling), and 20% will be donated to Fallen Patriots in order to help more military children of the fallen attend college. Wreaths will continue to be available for purchase through the holiday season.

Wreaths for Hope is an organization that typically raises money through the sales of handcrafted, freshly harvested balsam holiday wreaths to support funding for cancer research, but graciously has extended their efforts to other nonprofit organizations.  Different ribbon colors on the wreaths represent different causes. Wreaths with a yellow ribbon signify support for the military. 

Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation depends on contributions from programs like Wreaths for Hope to continue to help fund and support the children of our fallen heroes. Partners continued dedication, in ways ranging from financial support to creating awareness, has helped Fallen Patriots continue to fulfil their mission to ensure a future for surviving military children.

While incredibly generous, nearly 20,000 children from all across America are still in need of future assistance. Fallen Patriots continues to work to honor those who are no longer with us by giving to those they left behind.


About Fallen Patriots

Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation honors the sacrifices of military heroes by ensuring the success of their children through college education. Since 2002, Children of Fallen Patriots has provided more than $14 million in total assistance, including college scholarships, supplemental grants and educational counseling to military children who have lost a parent in the line of duty. Nearly 20,000 children from all across America will need future assistance. Help today by visiting

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