New York, NY – Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation (Fallen Patriots) was honored to celebrate its partnership with RBC Capital Markets on Tuesday, May 15 at RBC Capital Markets’ offices in New York City.
“Our partnership with RBC Capital Markets has generated awareness for the mission and raised more than $50,000 in funding, providing more than eight years of college to our Gold Star scholars,” said David Kim, co-founder and CEO of Fallen Patriots. “We couldn’t be more honored to receive RBC’s support.”
On Tuesday, May 15, Silver Star Medal Recipient U.S. Army Major Nicholas Eslinger and Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient and Fallen Patriots board of advisor member U.S. Army Colonel (Retired) Jack Jacobs spoke to RBC Capital Markets employees about the importance of their contributions to military families who have lost a loved one in the line of duty. Employees learned their generosity and support has helped Fallen Patriots assist approximately 1,100 children of fallen service members through the distribution of roughly $22 million in scholarships and other support.
“We have partnered with Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation because it complements our culture of philanthropy in engaging with charities that support both our Vets and our youth,” commented Lesley Kelly, Managing Director and Co-Head RBC Veterans Employee Resource Group for RBC Capital Markets and Fallen Patriots board of advisor member. She continued, “We are honored to partner with Fallen Patriots in providing support to these Gold Star children and Gold Star families.”
About Fallen Patriots
Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation honors the sacrifices of our fallen military heroes by ensuring the success of their children through college education. Since 2002, Fallen Patriots has provided approximately $22 million in total assistance, including college scholarships and educational counseling to over 1,100 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 www.fallenpatriots.org.