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On Father’s Day, Haley Hartwick usually stops by Texas Roadhouse, which was her father’s favorite restaurant, to get a take-out dinner of steak and potatoes. She then likes to go home and watch the movie “Quest for Camelot,” a film they enjoyed watching together.
The success stories of the foundation are evident, when you look at Jervon Lemon. She graduated from South Carolina State University — debt free — with a bachelor’s degree in psychology in December 2010. Shortly after, she attended South University and received her master’s degree in professional counseling. She now enjoys a career working as the scholarship administrator at Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation.
Apr.03 -- Oath Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Armstrong discusses Villanova's win in the NCAA final, a victory which saw Armstrong top Bloomberg’s Brackets for a Cause challenge, raising an estimated $300,000 for the Children of Fallen Patriots cause.
The A. James and Alice B. Clark Foundation is supporting the meaningful work of Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation (Fallen Patriots) with a $5 million donation to provide scholarships for children of fallen military personnel.
K&N Engineering has signed an agreement to become the title rights sponsor of the upcoming NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event at Route 66 Raceway. As part of the agreement, K&N has teamed up with its charity partner, The Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation, for the race, which takes place July 6-9.