Remember The Fallen
We as a society often forget and take for granted the safeties and securities that are provided to us by our military and first responders. For the past 4 years, myself and those involved with Remember the Fallen have found purpose in bringing awareness back to the public about the cost of such securities and how it not only affects the families but has a ripple effect across the country. Safety and security are not a guarantee, nor have they ever been. Yet for those that dawn that cloak of responsibility of protecting us at home and abroad there has never been a second of hesitation for the duties to which they took an oath.
Remember the Fallen dedicates itself to honoring those that have paid the ultimate price while safeguarding all that they love at home. It is not just those that are KIA, it is also those that have a life-changing event in such a way that they are no longer able to dawn that cloak of responsibility for the protection of family, friends, and society in general.
We understand that these life changing events that occur come at a cost many cannot even fathom and it is our hope to help alleviate some of this burden through supporting in anyway that we can. Two families are chosen every year and at the end of the year 100% of what is raised is given to the families. Regardless of where the family lives in the United States, I will personally ride and hand deliver a check to them with the gratitude of people from all over the country that contributed to the cause and to let them know that they are not alone and that America cares.
“And they who for their country die shall fill an honored grave, for glory lights the soldier’s tomb, and beauty weeps the brave.”
— Joseph Rodman Drake