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GIFTS FOR FAMILIES OF THE FALLEN

A small token, a simple gesture means so much to someone in the aftermath of the death of a loved one.  It allows them to know you are thinking of them and remembering their hero.  TAPS is pleased to provide the following links to gifts for families and loved ones of our men and women in uniform who devoted their lives in service to their country.

The list below is not a complete listing and does not imply endorsement by TAPS.  Please check the websites below for further information and specific details of eligibility.

Gold Star Angels of Love Provides a stained-glass, gold-plated Angel that is branch specific.
Gold Star Fallen Heroes Project Free portrait of fallen soldier by artist Michael Reagan.
Gold Star Honor and Remember Flags Provides personalized flags to honor individual service members. Pins, shirts, and hats are also for sale.
Gold Star Operation Thankful Nation Provides personalized porcelain keepsake ornament and Comfort CD.
Gold Star Project Compassion Provides free hand painted portraits, framed and shipped.
Gold Star Project Never Forget Provides a personalized 3-D photo charm memorializing loved ones.
Gold Star Soldiers Angels' Living Legends Offers a unique remembrance gift to the families of fallen heroes, as well as the option to receive cards and letters of support from their volunteers.
Gold Star Soldiers Portraits Pastel portraits Martha Wilcox for the families and friends of fallen heroes.
   

 

 

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