A veteran dealing with emotional issues rooted in war finds help. A mother fleeing physical abuse with her children obtains safe shelter. A child rescued from sex trafficking receives rehabilitation support. A service club provides scholarships for local students. A veteran’s home accepts donated bedding and food supplies for their residents. An elementary school student plays on newly installed safe playground equipment.
Colonial Flag Foundation’s local host organizations provide this and much more support for worthwhile charities. However, who helps them raise the funds they distribute to help so many?
Colonial Flag Foundation helps organizations as they help charities help individuals. During almost two decades, the Foundation has helped our events raise and contribute millions of dollars.
In The News
The Washington Post
Sixteen years since that first flag display, his idea has taken off with hundreds of cities and organizations nationwide.
“You can see the power of the field when you watch people touch the flags,” said Swenson, now 62 and chairman of the Colonial Flag Foundation, a nonprofit that helps cities and community groups nationwide create “healing fields” of their own for Patriot Day, Memorial Day, Veterans Day and the Fourth of July.