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The Honor Bell

A Resounding Tribute For Our Nations Heroes

The Honor Bell

Across centuries, bells have served to herald a passing or convey the solemnity of someone's death. Honor bells are meticulously tuned to evoke mourning and reverence.

Upcoming Events

We regularly host events related to military service and topics that impact veterans’ lives. We also participate in other organizations’ events throughout the region.

Sound Your Support

We owe a debt of gratitude to the men and women who have lost their lives or who took an oath of service to our country. Please support the Honor Bell Foundation.

We Are Blessed

Throughout history, our nation has been blessed with good fortune. Over the years, our fellow citizens have courageously defended our communities as members of the armed services. Whether on land, at sea, or in the air, our military members have made significant sacrifices to uphold the American ideal.

A Final Salute

The Honor Bell Foundation, a Colorado-based nonprofit, is dedicated to honoring selfless service of those who have served our Nation. Our mission is to offer a final salute that echoes tradition, dignity, solemnity, and respect to departed veterans during burial services.

We achieve this through the Honor Bell, a 1000-pound bronze instrument forged from the legacies of heroic service men and women. The bell is tolled at public ceremonies and funeral rites, symbolizing our respect and commemorating our loss.

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Your Support Is Valuable

We all owe a debt of gratitude to the veterans from the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, and Navy who have sacrificed and served our country and communities. Please support the Honor Bell Foundation in paying respectful tribute to these remarkable individuals. Sound your support with a donation or contact us to get involved.

See how the Bell was Forged from Honor in the video.  –>

Colorado's Military Legacy

Read about the twelve deceased Colorado Service Members whose military artifacts are part of the Honor Bell #1 who serves Fort Logan National Cemetery.