Hope is something within that creates the belief that the best is yet to come. The New Year brings new hope for Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation, the hope that we will be able to continue to change surviving military scholars’ lives for the better.
Today, Fallen Patriots honors more than 1.8 million combat-wounded Purple Heart recipients.
For almost as long as there have been soldiers in America, there have been chaplains.
Emily Williams’ father passed away due to long-term illness as a result of serving in the Army.
Fallen Patriots has consistently maintained a vision of leaving no family behind.
Linda Singletary’s husband, Timothy Laurence Singletary sadly passed away on October 21, 2012 due to an accident. He was a Specialist in the Army and was 37 years old when he passed.
During Military Appreciation Month, Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation is reminded of the honor and privilege it is to be an influential part of scholars’ journeys. This awareness month, celebrates our graduating seniors while also honoring the fallen and their surviving spouses.
In memory of those who made the ultimate sacrifice and those who risk their lives today so that we may continue to live in freedom, Fallen Patriots salutes you.
After a traumatic event, most people have painful memories. For many people, the effects of the event fade over time. But for others, the memories, thoughts and feelings don't go away - even months or years after the event is over.
America’s preserved freedom is the result of the continued bravery and sacrifice of our soldiers and their families.
David C. Canegata III died when his Black Hawk Helicopter crashed from enemy fire during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Fallen Patriots celebrates the bravery of Gold Star children during Month of the Military Child. Gold Star children have had to endure immeasurable sacrifice, losing a parent.
Annie G. Fox was the first woman in the military to receive a Purple Heart for her courageous and outstanding performance in the Army Nurse Corps.
Elicia Carter’s mom, Felicia Carter, served in the U.S Army. She passed away, leaving her daughter with only the memory of her to keep striving forward.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation honors all women who have served our great nation.
Since 1996, American citizens have identified March 4th as Hug a GI Day to honor and appreciate the services of the members in US military. In honor of Hug a GI Day, Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation, is collecting “virtual hugs” in the form of donations.
Eric McNulty was only 16-years-old when his father, Michael L. McNulty, was killed in Iraq. Michael gave his life doing what he thought he must to make the world a better place.
Selfless soldiers are those who truly go above and beyond the call of duty. Our military heroes fight together, face death together and risk their lives for each other.
Despite challenges, African Americans have played a significant role in U.S military history over the past 300 years. Before 1940, African Americans weren’t allowed to fly for the U.S. military.
We are honored to have the opportunity to present Admiral William McRaven this year's Patriot Award at our 6th annual Greenwich Event. Join us in saluting America’s Special Operation Forces at the Riverside Yacht Club on Saturday, November 15.