Hello, my name is Kenedi. As you may remember, I started sharing Folds of Honor with you a few years ago, alongside my Grandpa Bob. Today, Kids for FOH is continuing to raise funds to provide scholarships to the children of our fallen and disabled service-members.
Youth (with the help of adults!) throughout our area have joined in by starting a local fundraiser to support children who need our help. If you are interested in participating in or starting a fun run, hosting a sports challenge, organizing a bake sale, fundraising on behalf of a loved one, or asking friends to donate in lieu of accepting birthday gifts, please contact us!
There are so many ways to help raise funds for the Folds of Honor scholarship program. Whatever your idea or event, we’re excited to talk with you!
With your help, we can support other kids who are just like us, but who have sadly lost a parent or has a parent that became disabled while protecting our country. No one should grow up without a mother or father, so if we all get together, we will make these children’s lives a little easier when they get ready go to college.
Granddaughter of Local Organizer, Bob Carnagey
A donation to Folds of Honor: Chesterton Middle School recently hosted its second 5k Run/Walk in honor of veterans in conjunction with its 50th annual Veterans Day program. The proceeds from the 5K event along with donations collected totaled over $3400. These monies will benefit the Folds of Honor Foundation, an organization that provides educational scholarships for children and spouses of military service men and women killed or disabled while serving our great nation. Pictured presenting the donation to Folds of Honor Local Organizer, Bob Carnagey, left, is CMS Assistant Principal Mike Okeley, right. (Duneland Schools photo by Bridget Martinson)