GradSave’s Fallen Heroes Program – Helping Children of Fallen Hereos

KevinVGradSave wanted me to take a moment to share some information with you all about their Fallen Heroes program which is a program started in partnership with the Children of Fallen Soldiers Organization. GradSave wants to remind you all this 4th of July holiday season that it is important to them to help children who have lost a parent in the Armed Forces get a discount on college costs.

Here is how you can help:

  • Share this post on social media outlets, such as Twitter and Facebook.
  • Write an article of your own about this wonderful program to help children of Fallen Heroes.
  • Leave a comment in support of this great cause.
  • Donate money to the children of Fallen Heroes.

You can visit the Fallen Heroes website to see each child’s story as they have a few children featured right on the home page. Whether you choose to donate to all of the children or just some, you will be helping make a child’s future education a larger possibility and to me it would be an excellent thank you to the children of those who fought for our freedoms.  You can choose to donate one time, once every 3 months or once every 6 months even up to once every year. Every little bit helps, so even just visiting to learn more and sharing GradSave’s Fallen Heroes program with those you know will help spread the word all over.

Let’s give back to the children who lost their parent or parents who were serving their country to fight for our freedoms!

GradSave is a also great way to save for your child’s college by involving friends and family to contribute to their college fund. Check them out here and register today or give a gift card to someone you love.

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  1. Rosey (988 comments) says:

    It’s an excellent program to share. These kind of programs are always near and dear to my family’s heart.

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