Our Mission

Our core mission is Remember, Honor, Teach. In all we do, we strive to fulfill one or more of our core values: Remember the fallen, Honor those who serve and their famalies, and Teach the next generation about the value of freedom.

Wreaths Across America carries out these values in part coordinating wreath-laying ceremonies each December at Arlington National Cemetery as well as at more than 2,500 beyond, and by organizing a week of events that include international veteran’s tributes, ceremonies at State Houses and a week-long “Veteran’s Parade” between Maine and Virginia.

As a non-profit organization that receives no government funding, we continually recruit and work closely with thousands of volunteers who organize local ceremonies, raise funds to sponsor wreaths, and participate in the events. The cost of our programs is paid by individual wreaths sponsors, corporate donors and volunteer truckers.

Throughout the year, we coordinate veteran services and recognition through a variety of programs and provide schools with teaching aides for projects.

Brand Values

Wreaths Across America deeply understands and exists to support the strong emotional connection, love for America and appreciation for our military personnel and veterans strong emotional connection, love for America and appreciation for our military personnel and veterans

Our volunteers are the core of our organization, and we strive to be as supportive, accessible, and helpful supportive, accessible, and helpful

Master Logos

Master Logo Image Black Type
Master Logo
Master Logo Image White Type
Master Logo

The Wreaths Across America master logo is the our most iconic image and is very important to the brand. The three wreathed gravestones above the logotype are inscribed with our mission to "Remember, Honor, Teach." In one iconic image, our logo shows a quick visual of what our organization is all about. Any alteration, distortion, recreation, translation, or misuse is strictly prohibited.

Whenever possible, please utilize the full-color master logo as shown above. Only when space or proportion constraints make use of the master logo impossible, use of the other variations shown in the "Secondary Logo Variations" section below are permitterd. Click "Download All Logos" for all logos in one .zip file.

Secondary Logo Variations

Centered Horizontal Logo Black Type
Centered Horizontal Logo White Type
Horizontal Logo Black Type
Horizontal Logo White Type


  • Use the full-color "Master Logo" whenever possible
  • Sparingly use the logo variations—only use if required by design or production constraints
  • Use the "centered horizontal" version only when it can be centered in a layout; otherwise, use the "horizontal" version


  • Use only the logotype without the wreathed gravestone icons unless the "Master Logo" is displayed prominently elsewhere in the layout
  • Use the logo on top of a busy, multi-colored background that would make it difficult to read


Typography plays an important role in communicating an overall tone and quality. Careful use of typography reinforces our personality chosen for the way in which their aesthetic values harken to the values of our organization—as well as their legibility in print.

Main Headlines & Titles


Body Copy

Sorts Mill Goudy



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Dark Grey

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Navy Blue

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Light Grey


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