Take Time to Remember Our Fallen Heroes
Set aside a moment to remember the fallen and be thankful for your freedom. Think about the sacrifice others have made and how this has a lasting impact on your daily life.
Teach your children the significance and importance of the holiday. We can only preserve the significance of this holiday by passing it along to the next generation.
Look After Veterans’ Health and Well-being
Many veterans have lost close friends in the line of service. If you know a veteran, make sure they know that you are there for them and it is always ok to seek help.
Make sure your veteran is getting enough sleep, exercise, and eats a well-balanced diet.
Want to go the extra mile? Puppies Behind Bars is a program in which prisoners train companion dogs for veterans with PTSD. Donors can sponsor a dog and receive updates on the dog’s training and life with its veteran.
Visit a Veteran
If you have any friends or family that are in the military, this is the perfect time to pay them a visit and help them honor their friends who lost their lives protecting our nation.
Volunteer to Assist Families and Friends of the Fallen
The Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation foundation provides college scholarships and educational counseling to military children who have lost a parent in the line of duty. Visit their website to learn how you can help.
Honor Flight Network is a non-profit organization which transports our heroes to Washington, D.C. to visit and reflect at their memorials. Visit their website to learn how you can help.