Beneficiaries

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.

Net funds from Field of Honor®’s flag sales will be awarded to selected beneficiaries in the first quarter of 2022.
 

In 2020, $32,500 was awarded to Beneficiaries and Affiliates!

The 2020 Major Beneficiaries were:
R.O.C.K. – Ride on Center for Kids
Samaritan Center
Veteran Outdoors

Additional donations were also awarded to the following organizations:
Blue Star Mothers
Honor Flight Austin
Team RWB, Fort Hood
TSTC Foundation
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.