Here are some recent supporters memories, prayers and stories about the people they are remembering and honoring.
Recent Messages from Our Supporters
Thank you to all of our supporters for helping us Remember, Honor and Teach. Please read the messages, stories, prayers, memories and other notes written by our supporters, including the most recent shown below.
message Personal Message by Louis P.
In tribute to all of the veterans from Cub Scout Pack 163 in Succasunna
message Personal Message by stephanie reidinger
To my dearest Don: I miss you but I know you are in a much better place. I love you.
cloud Memory by Bonnie Earle Gaughan
Remembering great-grandfather Ernst Jaede, grandfather Malcolm S Earle, father Richard Earle and Uncle David Earle.
cloud Memory by Phil B.
Thank you Edwin Brown Jr., Ed Brown Sr., Pete Vis and Arthur Vis.
Invite email sent.
Also, one of the most powerful ways that you can help is to share that you've volunteered to help on Wreaths Across America Day on social media. Please click on the social media links of your choice below.
Volunteer email sent.
One of the most powerful ways that you can help is to share that you've volunteered to help on Wreaths Across America Day on social media. Please click on the social media links of your choice below.
Thank You for your questions! We will contact You in short time.
Thank you so much for contacting us! Our team will respond within 24 hours.
What does it mean to sponsor a veteran’s wreath? It means you’ll honor an American hero at one of more than 1,400 locations nationwide this year on Wreaths Across America Day. It’s a day that’s been set aside to lay wreaths at the places where we remember, honor and teach about our veterans.
We can’t do that without your support, though. Your sponsorship will ensure that a wreath is hand-crafted of all-American balsam and hand-tied with a red velvet bow here in Columbia Falls, Maine. It will then be sent to one of our participating locations, where a volunteer will place it on the marker of a fallen hero. That volunteer will then “say their name” to ensure that the legacy of duty, service, and sacrifice of that veteran is never forgotten.
So, what does it mean to sponsor a wreath? It means you have the opportunity to join a grateful nation in saying “thank you” to our veterans.