Celebrating Love and Legacy: Honoring Our Heroes, Embracing the Future
The "Wedding and Milestones for Children of Fallen Heroes" program extends support to children who have lost a parent in military or first responder service during significant life events. The program collaborates with individuals and businesses in the wedding and beauty industry to participate in fundraising activities and provide services for these children's proms, birthdays, and other important milestones.
Through the support and generosity of these industry professionals, children can experience joy and comfort during events that would otherwise be difficult to celebrate without the presence of their loved one. From hair and makeup services to prom dresses and event decorations, the program strives to make these occasions memorable and meaningful.
Participating in the program is a meaningful way for industry professionals to give back and make a difference in the lives of children impacted by military or first responder service. Whether through contributing to fundraising events or offering their services, their involvement can provide much-needed support and healing during these important moments.
If you are interested in learning more and getting involved, the "Wedding and Milestones for Children of Fallen Heroes" program welcomes your participation and support.
Toy Fundraiser Drive for
Moore County Police Departments
Thank you to the Halo Beauty Co. and their amazing clients for helping us provide toys for our local community Southern Pines and Aberdeen Police Departments in Moore County, NC.
Children of Fallen Heroes is honored to provide support for fallen hero United States Army, First Lieutenant, Jeffrey C. Davis, and his daughter Hannah on her wedding day this fall.
It is our goal to help fund children of fallen First Responders and the Military on their weddings or special occasions.
United States Army First Lieutenant Jeffrey C. Davis enlisted in July of 1985 and began his career with the 3rd US Infantry, serving two terms as Sentinel of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. During his enlisted years, 1LT Davis reached “triple tabber” status earning his Airborne, Ranger, and Special Forces tabs. He attended the Special Forces Qualification Course and then served with 1st Battalion 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) from November of 1991 until August of 1992. After reaching his goals as an enlisted man, 1LT Davis was awarded the Green to Gold Scholarship for Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) which allowed him to return to school and earn his bachelor’s degree in Education from Central Michigan University, where he was a Distinguished Military Graduate. After graduation, he was commissioned as an officer in the Army and became a Black Hawk pilot. Following the completion of a training mission on January 31, 1998, most of the crew had headed home to watch a big football game. 1LT Davis volunteered to stay behind and help do maintenance on another aircraft. During the maintenance, a malfunction occurred on the Blackhawk’s locks, which shook the helicopter apart. At the young age of 31, 1LT Davis suffered extensive head trauma from the accident and passed away later that day.
His daughter Hannah Davis has military pride in her blood. Both she and her younger brother are former Folds of Honor Higher Education Scholarship recipients. Hannah graduated from Michigan State University and her brother, from Ferris State University. Their father, First Lieutenant Jeffrey Davis, was an Army Ranger, Blackhawk Pilot, Green Beret, and a Sentinel at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA. In 1998 at the age of three, Hannah lost her father due to the malfunction of a Black Hawk helicopter. She feels fortunate to have her stepfather Doug Bell, who is a golf professional and a man she knows her father would approve of as her Dad, guiding her into adulthood. Hannah now works in South Carolina and has been a member of the Folds of Honor Speaker’s Bureau since 2017.