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PAY IT FORWARD: SPONSOR BELL HONORS FOR VETERANS

MEMBERS OF THE BELL GUARD PREPARE TO RENDER BELL HONORS FOR A DECEASED VETERAN AT FORT LOGAN NATIONAL CEMETERY

The Honor Bell tolls free of charge at veteran funeral and memorial services, helping to recognize the service and sacrifice made by our men and women in uniform. Their families, comrades, and community appreciate the recognition that Bell Honors brings to their loved ones. 

But we can’t do it alone. Our all-veteran, all-volunteer Bell Guard renders Bell Honors every day, rain or shine. And they depend upon a community of people and organizations like yours to make it happen. From providing Bell Guard uniforms to maintaining and running the Bell Transport Vehicle that houses the 1,000 Honor Bell, tolling takes resources.

We are introducing the Honor Bell Tolling Sponsor Program. With it, an individual or organization can sponsor tollings, ranging from one funeral or memorial service, to a day of rendering Honors, through an entire week of Bell Honors operations.

This program

helps to continue our mission by ensuring our volunteers are able to keep the Honor Bell tolling for our veterans after they pass.

This is truly a unique opportunity to recognize the contributions of veterans in your organization, and to allow them to take part in a special experience, if they so choose.

Sponsors will have the opportunity to toll the Honor Bell at a service — either themselves, if they are a veteran, or any veteran from their organization. That veteran will receive a commemorative challenge coin, as will the sponsoring organization, along with a certificate of recognition.

You can sponsor one service member’s Bell Honors for $100, a day of Bell Honors for $250, or a week’s tollings for $500.

SOUND YOUR SUPPORT TODAY BY BECOMING A BELL HONORS SPONSOR.

For more information, or to help the mission continue, please contact Michelle Mallin at michelle.mallin@honorbell.org or 720.282.9182.

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