Orange County, Ca (PRWEB) May 22, 2014
Founder of Love Flags, David Heard, was recently featured on InvestorPlace for supporting the Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund. This charity provides assistance to children who have lost their parents overseas. David feels a strong connection with this charity since he has been working with many families of fallen soldiers to help them through the grieving process with Love Flags.
David created Love Flags to provide family heritage/legacy flags that clients can share with other family members (children, siblings, parents, grandparents, etc.) as a special keepsake gift that has the love already built in. For Military Forces and Civil Servant personnel including firefighters, law enforcement, policemen, dignitaries, etc., Love Flags honors and celebrates them for their bravery, courage and sacrifice "in the line of fire."
Love Flags makes it possible for family members, living or passed on, to remain strongly connected for generations to come. Love Flags provides family legacy protection and restoration services and has a "family support system" in place to make the creation of the flag that much easier when the time comes. Love Flags works closely with families to create custom "memorial" flags with pieces of memorabilia that are most important to the families, to create everlasting memories, all in one place.
About David Heard
David was a U.S. Marine Corps military dependent growing up and served his country by being in the U.S. Air Force for four years. After providing this service he then worked for a major utility company for 33 years and has since retired to pursue his destiny and dream by creating his company, Love Flags. His mission is to assist families and friends of families before, during and after their grieving process, to provide a deeper, stronger connection.
About The Children Of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund
The Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that was founded October 23, 2003 by Rebecca Campbell and is based in the D.C. Metropolitan area. After the attacks on the U.S, Rebecca's youngest son enlisted in the U.S. Army and served with the 82nd Airborne out of Fort Bragg, N.C. Her nephew was already serving in the USMC and was deployed to Afghanistan as well as other close friends. In February 2003, Rebecca's son was deployed to Baghdad, and later that year, with the help of family and friends, she organized a fundraiser to help children affected by the loss of a parent. The idea was to help one or two children who had lost their parent(s) overseas during his or her deployment with college assistance. The first fundraiser was held two weeks later and was a big success! Rebecca simply cannot stop and with the help of volunteers and the public they continue with their mission of support. Her son, nephew and other close friends did come home, however, others have not and with the continual support from the public the dream to help other families in need is becoming a reality.