About Fallen Hero Wreaths

Andy Barrie
 
Founder
 
Fallen Hero Wreaths
He annually works with 450+ charitable organizations over the past 30 years, and has found fulfillment providing surplus wreaths to homeless shelters, schools and retirement homes, as well as military cemeteries. Andy gets involved in all aspects of the fundraising efforts, right down to placing wreaths and plants on the graves of the fallen.
Our Story, Our Honor

The inspiration for Fallen Hero Wreaths came unexpectedly. An encounter with an elderly woman placing a wreath on her husband's military grave in wintery Wisconsin. A sense that something noble, bigger and meaningful was happening. An emotional lift from the gratitude and, at last, the connection with charitable organizations. It came clear as fundraising with honor.

Our Story, Our Honor

The inspiration for Fallen Hero Wreaths came unexpectedly. An encounter with an elderly woman placing a wreath on her husband's military grave in wintery Wisconsin. A sense that something noble, bigger and meaningful was happening. An emotional lift from the gratitude and, at last, the connection with charitable organizations. It came clear as fundraising with honor.

Community Engagement

There is a deeper element to fundraising with Fallen Hero Wreaths & Planters. To honor those who have served, communities come together as they dress military cemeteries and hold commemoration ceremonies. Civic groups, youth organizations, and veterans are joined by everyday people who appreciate the efforts of those who commit themselves to preserving our freedoms, our safety, and our lives.

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