HeroBracelets.org would like to send a small token of our appreciation to every Gold Star Family in America. We’re not sure if we can actually do this, but we’re going to try.
Initially, we’ll give a free HeroBracelet to the first 150 Gold Star Families that write us. If we’re able, financially, to continue to give a bracelet to every Gold Star Family in America, we will.
HeroBracelets.org has no financial backing and no full time employees and we operate by word of mouth. We started HeroBracelets.org to raise money for the families of those lost to war and our mission has expanded greatly since we started in 2004.
But for now, we want to give a gift of remembrance to as many Gold Star Families as we can.
HOW IT WILL WORK.
- PLEASE, only ONE free HeroBracelet to Gold Star Family.
- To order your free Memorial HeroBracelet, email a memorial to your lost loved one to email@example.com. Your memorial can be anything you choose. Write whatever you like and feel free to include photos. Your memorial will have a special place on the HeroBracelets.org Web site.
- When you send us your memorial, we’ll email you a coupon code good for the free bracelet.
- Order as you would. You may order other HeroBracelets offerings, silver, copper, leather, tags etc. The cost of the Memorial HeroBracelets ($13.00) will automatically be deducted from your order when you use your coupon code.
- Shipping is not included.
Your HeroBracelets will get to you in about a week with our great appreciation.
The Staff and Friends of HeroBracelets.org
If you would like to purchase a gift to go towards the Gold Star Family Bracelet fund you can do so with any major credit card though our link to PayPal. You do not have to have a PayPal account to purchase this gift. We will use your gift to purchase as many Herobracelets as we can and send them to more Gold Star Families.
In April of 2009, Mr Gerald Skahan and Mr Keith Dixon provided funds for over 200 free Memorial HeroBracelets to Gold Star Families.
Mr. Dixon wrote to us to explain why he decided to help in this way.
My family and I are just people that believe that these young men and women are heroes that needed to be prayed for, thanked, and remembered. I really began talking to you because I wanted to use the memory of one of these heros as a way teach my young sons about sacrifice, courage, honor and duty to country. I’m just a dad in Alabama who appreciates the sacrifices these kids, their parents, and families are making.