Help Us Help Others

Donations bring inspiring flag displays to communities while raising funds for local charities.

Local hosts, actively involved in their communities, select local benefiting charities for donations, which support worthwhile charitable programs.

Donations come in many forms. Time, talents, opening doors, and donations in kind all provide needed support in planning that make an event possible.

Host committees located around the country magnify Colonial Flag Foundation’s charitable reach from coast to coast and from border to border.

Fundraising with Colonial Flag Foundation’s national recognition can begin using developed tools, experience and online flag sponsorship accounting.

How You Can Help

Donate directly to Colonial Flag Foundation here. Donations help the Foundation and local Healing Field® and Field of Honor® events.

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EVENTS

Bentonville, AR 2020 – Field of Honor®

Bentonville’s Tourism Bureau describes the city succinctly, “There is a place that is unquestionably unique but also strangely familiar.”…

Columbus, GA 2020 – Field of Honor®

The Exchange Club of Columbus proudly brings the inaugural Field of Honor® Flag Display to the Columbus metro area.

Wilmington, NC 2020 – Wheel of Honor®

What the "Wheel of Honor" is: Since 1965, Wilmington's Rotary Wheel Garden has been the world's largest Rotary symbol. The…

“This foundation is Amazing! We MUST remember our HEROES!”

Karen Brady Pipes

worker holding a flag

We Hear About The Impact

We love to visit our events when possible, because walking amidst the rows and columns of flags we meet wonderful people who are anxious to share their excitement in experiencing a Healing Field® or Field of Honor® massive display of U.S. flags. Our local hosting organizations also share their same experiences with us. We have learned repeatedly that it is only when volunteers and visitors walk among the flags that the impact of the display can be really appreciated.

 

Watching a family escort their World War II veteran grandfather to see the flag which honors him as their hero, is a /touching experience. Listening as a young girl calls to her mother, “Here a flag with a tag honoring an eight-year-old girl, just like me.” These and so many more experiences give our efforts meaning.

 

“That the mature may remember and the youth may learn” is a phrase which explain the impact our flag displays have on communities.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Midland, NC – Field of Honor® 2020

November 11, 2020
Corning Inc.
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Bentonville, AR 2020 – Field of Honor®

November 9, 2020
1100 NE John Deschields BLVD
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Murrieta, CA 12th Annual Field of Honor®2020

November 7, 2020
Town Square Park – Murrieta
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