Kingwood Fallen Heroes Memorial Golf Tournament

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The Charities

The mission of Hope For The Warriors* is to enhance quality of life for U.S. service members and their families nationwide who have been adversely affected by injuries or death in the line of duty.  Hope For The Warriors*actively seeks to ensure that the sacrifices of wounded and fallen warriors and their families are never forgotten nor their needs unmet.  The organization offers a full-cycle of support starting with Immediate Needs financial assistance, and continuing through A Warrior’s Wish®, Hope & Morale, Outdoor Adventures, Above & Beyond transitional program, spouse/caregiver scholarships, Team Hope For The Warriors® and more. Additional information can be found at, or by contacting Anne Woods at  This organization is a 501c-3 tax exempt charity as defined by the Internal Revenue Code (IRS).

The Blue Star Mothers’ mission is to support our military and their families while sharing educational information and promoting patriotism.   The Houston Area Chapter’s primary activity is organizing and sending care packages consisting of personal hygiene items, socks, snacks, reading materials and any other items that will lift the spirits of our brave men and women serving in combat zones and overseas.  In the past 16 months, over 1,300 care packages have been sent.  Other activities include participating in numerous veteran and wounded warriors programs, as well as, homecomings and send offs of our military personnel.  Blue Star Moms also attend all funeral services of local fallen heroes to pay homage for paying the ultimate sacrifice and provide support to their families.   More information can be found at www.bsmhoustonarea.orgIt, too, is a 501c-3 tax exempt charity as defined by the IRS.


CreatiVets' goal is to offer opportunities of relief and healing for the men and women who have sacrificed so much our country.  Our purpose is to use various forms of art, including songwriting, visual arts, music and creative writing, to help disabled veterans cope with service-related trauma (i.e., post-traumatic stress, or PTS) by fostering self-expression in a way that allows them to transform their stories of trauma and struggle into an art form that can inspire and motivate continued healing.

Gary Sinise Foundation Snowball Express serves the children of fallen military heroes. In 2017, Snowball Express became an official Gary Sinise Foundation initiative. We are committed to maintaining the wonderful traditions while finding new and exciting ways to serve our families of the fallen. One way we do this, is by hosting a five-day experience for 1750+ children of the fallen and their surviving parent or guardian, each December. As a therapeutic retreat with a blend of fun and inspiring programs, these families can lean on their peers for support. This year, we're bringing Snowball Express to Walt Disney World Resort®!


Along with our contributions to these charities, KFH also funds scholarships for selected KHS graduating seniors in honor of our heroes. 

The Creekwood Middle School Veteran Honor Garden is a place to remember our heroes. It is maintained and cared for as a service learing project run by students and faculty sponsors. The Honor Garden is a permanent place to honor all veterans, and it is open to community members to visit and reflect on the service of others. A lighted flagpole stands 25 feet above a pentagon-shaped base, which is adorned with bronze medallions of the 5 branches of the U.S. Military.


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