Wreaths Across America

Rating: 4.88 stars   126 reviews

Address:

4 Point Street PO Box 249 Columbia Falls ME 04623 USA

Mission:

To Remember, Honor, & Teach about the service and sacrifices made by our veterans to protect the freedoms we enjoy each and every day.

Target demographics:

remember, honor, and teach about the service and sacrifice of our veterans

Direct beneficiaries per year:

placement of over 900,000 wreaths in 2015.

Geographic areas served:

all 50 states

Programs:

the annual wreath-laying program at over 1000+ participating locations nationwide.

2016 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Wreaths Across America is a great organization. I had the pleasure of participating a couple years ago, and it was an incredible experience. I look forward to getting more involved this year.

 
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Remember, Honor and Teach... We support Wreaths Across America!
We purchase the Patriot Pair for numerous family members every Christmas. A beautiful, fragrant wreath arrives at their home along with a card that mentions a wreath has been placed at a veterans cemetery on their behalf.
We actively participate in placing the wreaths at the Beaufort National Cemetery with our children. We are a USMC family and very much appreciate the hard work and commitment by those at Wreaths Across America to our veterans.

 
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Wreaths Across America is an amazing organization! The staff are always helpful and super friendly no matter what the question is. I have personally had the pleasure of meeting them face to face and everyone is on board 100% with the mission to Remember, Honor, Teach. Keep up the Great Work!!! :)

 
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What an amazing organization! My family and I love following your stories all year long! God bless you and thank you for the work you do!

 
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Wreaths Across America makes sure that every deceased veteran in a state or national cemetery is honored at the holidays across all 50 states. For family members that can't get to those graves or deceased veterans without living family - this is a tremendous gift. A gift of a grateful nation in honor of our guardians. I love Wreaths Across America.

 
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I've never been to one of the cemeteries. But I believe that even our veterans, especially our veterans, deserve to be recognized at Christmas. Just like Jesus, they gave the supreme sacrifice.

 
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I discovered Wreaths Across America though the trucking industry. My boyfriend is a driver for Prime I saw their Support the troops trailers advertising WAA and checked it out last year I attended my first WAA ceremony and wreath laying I was humbled and honored to place 10 wreaths. This year I am supporting WAA with the purchase or a wreath and giving one as a gift to my Uncle a Veteran of Vietnam. This is a wonderful nonprofit that is deserving on more national attention! Thank you for what you do.

 
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Wreaths Across America has and continues to do so much to increase awareness of veterans who have died for this country. People unite during the holiday season and volunteer time from their very busy schedules to make sure they are not forgotten.

 
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My Grandfather was a captain in the Marines. He and my Grandmother died within months of each other and my Dad and his sisters were separated and grew up apart. granddad was buried at Arlington, but since my Dad was also a Marine, we really never had a chance to visit his grave. Inagine our joy to see a wreath on his grave last Christmas, given by a stranger to a man who died in 1933. I will donate this year and if possible, I will volunteer as well.

 
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I first heard about this wonderful organization from a friend through social media and was immediately drawn to such a worthwhile cause. I participated in laying wreaths at Arlington for my first time last year and will bring along family and friends this year. The emotions I felt were indescribable, and am happy to participate again this year.

 
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