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George Foreman and The Williams Family: The Spirit of Houston Legendary boxer and Olympic Gold Medalist, George Foreman, painted Star #9 on The Flag for Hope on October 4, 2015. He was awarded his star in recognition of his incredible boxing career, as well as his philanthropic efforts. George Foreman is one of 50 American [...]
Jack Nicklaus: "Let's grow America..." Hall of Fame golfer, Jack Nicklaus, painted Star #41 on The Flag for Hope on June 30, 2016. He was awarded his star in recognition of his legendary professional golf career, as well as his tireless efforts to support children's health via the Nicklaus Children's Health Care Foundation. The Nicklaus [...]
Shelly: "I'd like to honor them by placing my finger print on the flag..." Shelly placed her hand impression in Seattle, WA on October 28, 2015. Shelly placed her impression in honor of her family members who served. Shelly is one of more than 4,000 Americans who provided hand and finger impressions to create The [...]
John Mara: "Thank you to those who serve..." NY Giants owner, John Mara, painted Star #6 on The Flag for Hope on September 11, 2015. He was awarded his star in recognition of the quiet, sincere, and heartfelt support the Giants organization provided to New York & New Jersey 1st responders following 9/11. Giants players, [...]
Josh: "I'm broken... but it was worth it." Josh placed his hand impression in Oklahoma City, OK on October 21, 2015 at the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum. Josh shares his deeply personal thoughts on what the American Flag means to him, as a disabled veteran suffering from PTSD. We are so appreciative of [...]
Beverly: "My Son is a war veteran..." Beverly placed her hand impression in Greenville, SC on July 26, 2015. Beverly reflects on her son's service in Iraq and Afghanistan, and her belief that the American Flag stands for Peace. Beverly is one of more than 4,000 Americans who provided hand and finger impressions to create [...]
Anthony: "September 11 is a never-ending book..." Anthony placed his hand impression at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum on September 10, 2015. He spent 9 months working on the recovery efforts at Ground Zero following the tragedy. Anthony reflects on how we can come together to create change, and how 9/11 was not an event [...]