Affiliates are select non-profit organizations that wish to help promote flag sales for the Field of Honor®. Approved Affiliates receive a portion of the proceeds for their fundraising efforts based on the number of flags sold through your organization.
When ordering flags, purchasers must use the link provided by the Affiliate or at check-out, check the affiliate through whom they are ordering their flag(s) for the organization to be credited. We cannot give Affiliate credit retroactively if one of these options is not used when flags are purchased.
Your school club, church, or non-profit organization can become an “Affiliate” through which people can order flags and the organization shares in the revenue as a fundraiser.
CLICK HERE to download the fillable Affiliate Agreement. Send completed form to Mike Sweeney at MIKESWEENEYFOH@gmail.com to be considered for Affiliate status! Renewing Affiliates also need to complete this form please.
BELOW IS A LIST OF OUR VALUED AFFILIATES FROM 2019. RENEWED 2020 AFFILIATES ARE IN RED!
2019 Field of Honor® Affiliates
HONOR FLIGHT AUSTIN
VFW Post 8587
The Georgetown Beard Club
American Legion Auxiliary Post 174
POPPY’S QUILT OF VALOR
American Heritage Girls
R.O.C.K. RIDE ON CENTER FOR KIDS
SERTOMA, GEORGETOWN, TX
Cedar Park American Legion Hunter-Morris Memorial Post 911
Heroes Night Out
NSDAR – Daniel Coleman Chapter
Purple Heart Integration Project
WILCO BLUE STAR MOTHERS OF AMERICA, TX 15
Round Rock Sunrise Rotary Club
Baylor Scott and White Central Texas Foundation
Rotary Club of Georgetown – Sunrise
BOY SCOUT TROOP 151
TEXSAR Search and Rescue
American Legion Post 174
Thank you to our 2019 Affiliates and welcome back 2020 Affiliates!
Event Partners and Contributors
Event Partners are organizations that provide an event at the Field of Honor® that are approved by the Field of Honor® committee. These events take place in the event tent at the Field of Honor®. The event must benefit veterans or first responders and must also be beneficial and open to the community. Any proceeds raised by an Event Partner must be presented to veteran and/or first responder beneficiaries at a Rotary meeting.
The 2019 Event Partners and Contributors were as follows:
The Georgetown Police and Fire Departments, Williamson County Sheriffs, and Williamson County Emergency Services provided multiple static displays during the opening ceremonies and also help to set up the flags at the Field of Honor®.
During the Opening Ceremonies last year, there were several event partners in involved: Fort Hood Static Displays of multiple tanks, their amazing First Cavalry Band, and their celebrated Color Guard, the Round Rock Police Department 21-gun salute and bugle team, as well as the Georgetown Fire Department’s Pipes and Drums, Boy Scouts, Military Order of the Purple Heart, JROTC, Georgetown Search and Rescue, the Military Vehicle Preservation Association static displays, the Sons of the Texas Republic canon and musket displays, Patriot Guard Riders, Georgetown High School’s Eagles Marching Band, and more!
Boy Scout Troop 155 and the American Heritage Girls provided The Final Salute, a flag retirement ceremony to properly dispose of tattered US Flags all week.
The American Heritage Girls provided many, many hours of service all week long in multiple capacities, most notably as docents taking people to their flags.
The Daniel Coleman Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution participated in the Opening Ceremonies and as volunteers.
The Georgetown Sertoma Club hosted the newly named Nathan Chapman Honor Walk 5K at San Gabriel Park to honor current or fallen heroes.
The Military Order of the Purple Heart, Post 1919 provided the mini wall depicting all of our Texas military fallen.
Poppy’s Quilts of Valor provided multiple Quilts of Valor to the WWII and Korean War veterans at their dedicated tribute event.
The Georgetown ISD had Field Trips throughout the week for about 1200 7th and 8th graders during which the Williamson Museum provided informative “Traveling Trunk” stations about our nation’s history and its wars. Veterans and First Responders also shared their stories in a panel discussion. The students were each given a Pocket Constitution by the Rotary Club of Georgetown.