We all know that our Freedom does not come free. What happens to the children of America’s most brave that paid the ultimate price for our Freedom? The mission of the GoldStar College for Kids Foundation is to help provide an education for the children whose parent died in Combat. The GoldStar College for Kids Foundation does not just offer scholarships, they are a support structure to help these children throughout their young lives. These children will know that they are cared for, that the loss they have endured is real and understood. The GoldStar College for Kids Foundation will go above and beyond to help give them a life their fallen parent would be proud of.
Harold Hogarth, Founder of the GoldStar College for Kids Foundation and Jeremy Greenlee, Executive Director, believe that it is the responsibility of the community to help these Gold Star Kids and guide them towards a brighter future, it is the least we can do for the children of our most brave.
Gold Star College for Kids Foundation will seek program candidates via social media, local media and national media as the foundation grows. Harold Hogarth, Founder and Jeremy Greenlee, Executive Director of Gold Star College for Kids want to be there when the GoldStar Kids need them. They provide opportunity, investment in the future of this Country, and offer comfort and support to the children and young adults to help them recognize and harness their full potential. For more information or if you know of a child whose parent has been lost in Combat, give GoldStar a call at 888-697-8924. Of course, you can always contact them via the web at GoldStarCollegeforkids.com (click here to go to the website). or find them on Facebook at GoldStarCollegeforkids (click here to go to their Facebook page).
Below is the interview when ‘This Is My Biz’ shined the spotlight on GoldStar College for Kids. Hear directly from Harold Hogarth and Jeremy Greenley. The interview will be broadcast on KSLQ 104.5 Saturday, April 26th at 9:30 AM on the “This is My Biz” radio show.