Who Benefits from the Field of Honor®?
The net proceeds from the Field of Honor® flag sales directly benefit veteran and first responder-related non-profit organizations.
Beneficiaries are selected through a grant application process.Applications are now available to be considered as a 2021 Field of Honor® beneficiary.Non-Profit organizations that serve active-duty military personnel, veterans, first responders, law enforcement members, and their families are encouraged to complete a request for consideration to be named a beneficiary of the 2021 Field of Honor® flag sales!
A beneficiary recipient that has been funded in the immediate past year must wait one year before they can apply again. Organizations must be a 501(c)3 in good standing and have a completed 990.
Requests for consideration will be accepted through Friday, July 30 at 5:00 p.m.
In 2020, $32,500 was awarded to Beneficiaries and Affiliates!
The 2020 Major Beneficiaries were:
R.O.C.K. – Ride on Center for Kids
Additional donations were also awarded to the following organizations:
Blue Star Mothers
Honor Flight Austin
Team RWB, Fort Hood
USO Fort Hood
VFW Post 8587
The above six recipients of donations from 2020 proceeds remain eligible to submit a request for consideration this year.
Also, in 2020, 17 non-profit organizations that qualified as “Affiliates” enjoyed the benefit of revenue sharing from flag sales that they generate. Visit the Affiliate page to learn more about participating!
In 2019, $42,500 was awarded to Beneficiaries!
The 2019 Major Beneficiaries were:
Austin Dog Alliance: Hounds for Heroes
Heroes Night Out
Mustang Heritage Foundation
The 100 Club of Central Texas
Veterans Suicide Prevention Channel
Other prior FIELD OF HONOR® Beneficiaries includes TADSAW and the Georgetown Police and Fire Departments.