The 7th Fold

The 7th Fold is a tribute to our armed forces. Through which we are able to share these stories.

Families of Folds | Tayler Garber

Categories: Recipient Stories

I remember my sister running to meet me, shutting the door that led to the kitchen, bawling her eyes out and clinging to me as if her life depended on it. Holding me in that room, as if she were trying to keep my life normal for a few more seconds. Then I remember walking …

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Patriot Golf Day | 8513 Story

Categories: Patriot Golf Day

On June 8th, 2007, Grand Haven Golf Club in Michigan, a public golf club held what would become the very first Patriot Golf Day event. It had a singular mission: to raise educational funds to benefit a child of a fallen military hero who had been killed serving our country. There were no major sponsors, …

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Families of Folds | The Bauguess Family

Categories: Recipient Stories

“Larry was a beautiful blend of warrior and gentleman.” — Wesley Bauguess Wesley Bauguess first met her blue-eyed, southern soldier, Larry Bauguess, in the Army ROTC Program at Appalachian State University. Larry’s strength in leadership, impeccable manners, dry sense of humor, and heart for Christ were just a few of the many qualities that captured …

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Patriot Profile – Gary West

Categories: Fundraising

60 days. 2,500 miles. One noble mission. Gary ‘Gumby’ West, a retired US Air Force Colonel, Combat Veteran, and amazing patriot, set out on August 1, 2016, with a mission to ride his bicycle down the eastern seaboard, raising money and awareness for the spouses and children of our fallen and disabled service members. Beginning …

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Proud Partner – Ainsely Earhardt

Categories: Partner Promotions

Folds of Honor is motivated by the desire to educate the legacies of our fallen and disabled service members so they can be empowered to step out into the world, honor the sacrifice of their hero, and chase their dreams. Fox & Friends cohost, Ainsley Earhardt’s, mission with her new book, Take Heart, My Child …

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