Volunteering or Becoming a State Chapter

The vision of National Remembrance is rapidly growing across the United States. As more people become aware of the message, the number of Honor and Remember supporters continues to increase, with that growth so does the number of opportunities to promote our mission and goals.  Additionally, greater numbers of Gold Star families are requesting personalized flags. Unfortunately without help we cannot reach out to them fast enough. It is only with the support of many that we are able to make positive inroads in thousands of communities in all fifty states.

For those reasons, Honor and Remember has an ongoing process of developing a network of state chapters that will serve as the front line of future efforts to establish, educate, present and comfort. It is critically important to build recognition, involve every citizen and gain support for our mission. From its beginning, Honor and Remember has been a grassroots effort. We truly believe that the only way we can accomplish our mission is with a “boots on the ground” presence in every state that will enable us to: identify and communicate with generations of Gold Star families; present personalized flags; promote the flag and the cause to municipal and state officials; encourage corporate partnerships; and organize local fundraising and promotional events.

Ambassadors – Dedicated individuals may be designated to sharing the message and continuing the vision without a formal state structure. These individuals could be impacting their state or nation through particular areas of expertise, direction and contacts. Ambassador’s responsibilities could include promoting our mission in many ways, organizing Run for the Fallen events, raising sponsorships and presenting personalized flags.

If you have an interest in helping us organize a state chapter or volunteer where you live, please contact us below. Our National Chapter Director will respond with information and guidelines for ways that you can help including creating an Honor and Remember chapter in your area!

State Chapters
Honor and Remember, Inc
PO Box 16834
Chesapeake, VA 23328
Fax: (757) 204-4726
or for State Chapters use form below.

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    Progress Map

    legislationprogressmap-alt5-30-15  States that have Officially Adopted the
    Honor and Remember Flag
    as their State Symbol of Remembrance

    Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, Louisiana, Kansas,  Oklahoma, Arizona, Utah, Oregon, Missouri, South Carolina, New Jersey, Indiana, Texas, Wisconsin, Tennessee, South Dakota, West Virginia, Minnesota, Wyoming.

    February Casualties 2011

    Spec. Ryan A. Gartner, 23, of Dumont, N.J
    Cpl. Lucas T. Pyeatt, 24, of West Chester, Ohio
    Lance Cpl. Aaron M. Swanson, 21, of Jamestown, N.Y.
    Sgt. Patrick R. Carroll, 25, of Norwalk, Ohio
    Spc. Nathan B. Carse, 32, of Harrod, Ohio
    Sgt. Lashawn D. Evans, 24, of Columbia, S.C.
    Airman 1st Class Corey C. Owens, 26, of San Antonio, Texas
    Spc. Jonathan A. Pilgeram, 22, of Great Falls, Mont
    Sgt. Matthew J. Deyoung, 26, of Talent, Ore
    Airman 1st Class Christoffer P. Johnson, 20, of Clarksville, Tenn.
    Staff Sgt. Bradley C. Hart, 25, of Perrysburg, Ohio
    Lance Cpl. Andrew P. Carpenter, 27, of Columbia, Tenn.
    Sgt. Robert C. Sisson Jr., 29, of Aliquippa, Pa.
    1st Lt. Daren M. Hidalgo, 24, of Waukesha, Wis
    Cpl. Johnathan W. Taylor, 23, of Homosassa, Fla
    Cpl. Andrew C. Wilfahrt, 31, of Rosemount, Minn
    Spc. Brian Tabada, 21, of Las Vegas, Nev
    Sgt. Kristopher J. Gould, 25, of Saginaw, Mich.
    Spc. David R. Fahey Jr., 23, of Norwalk, Conn
    Spc. Rudolph R. Hizon 22, of Los Angeles, Calif.
    Staff Sgt. Chauncy R. Mays, 25, of Cookville, Texas
    Spc. Christopher G. Stark, 22, of Monett, Mo.

    January Casualties 2011

    Lance Cpl. Maung P. Htaik
    Cpl. Jacob A. Tate
    Sgt. Jose M. Cintron Rosado
    Spc. Jose A. Delgado Arroyo
    Sgt. Eric M. Nettleton
    Lance Cpl. Joseph R. Giese
    Sgt. 1st Class Robert W. Pharris
    Spc. Christian J. Romig
    Sgt. Ethan C. Hardin
    Pfc. Ira B. Laningham
    Pfc. Robert J. Near
    Staff Sgt. Omar Aceves
    Cpl. Jarrid L. King
    Spc. Benjamin G. Moore
    Sgt. Zainah C. Creamer
    Maj. Evan J. Mooldyk
    Pfc. Zachary S. Salmon
    Spc. Jose A. Torre
    Sgt. Michael P. Bartley
    Spc. Martin J. Lamar
    Cpl. Joseph C. Whitehead
    Maj. Michael S. Evarts
    Spc. Joshua T. Lancaster
    Sgt. Jason G. Amores
    Petty Officer Dominique Cruz
    Pfc. Amy R. Sinkler
    Tech. Sgt. Leslie D. Williams
    Sgt. 1st Class Anthony Venetz Jr.
    Spc. Joshua R. Campbell
    Spc. Shawn A. Muhr
    Spc. Omar Soltero