Carry The Flag

Inspiring patriotism in our nation’s youth

Carry The Flag is an education-based program that is free to youth leaders and teachers to connect with the next generation about the meaning of the flag, the different patriotic holidays, and the sacrifices made by our military, veterans, first responders, and their families.

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Free Resources

Program Materials

Engage kids with a range of fun, educational materials designed for all ages.


Resources to teach kids about patriotism and our country’s history through fun and informative lessons, videos, and activities.


View, share, or download high quality videos that help young minds learn more about the flag and the sacrifices of veterans and first responders.

Invite a Speaker

Invite our distinguished veterans, first responders, or national heroes to speak in-person or via Zoom to your classroom or group.

Submit a Tribute

Honor a fallen hero (veteran or first responder) and carry on their legacy by submitting a special tribute that will be featured on our Tribute Wall.

Who we serve

We are honored to serve and support over 5,900 young Americans from 236 schools across 37 states.

Carry The Flag’s mission is to help today’s leaders educate the next generation about the sacrifices made by heroes of the past.


Young Americans




Youth Groups



How it works

Make a difference by educating our nation’s youth

It couldn’t be simpler to join our mission to #carrytheflag and teach kids about service and patriotism.

  • Step 1: Checkout your choice of our many free program resources
  • Step 2: Share your act of service or experience with us
  • Step 3: Sign up for suggestions of materials to use for upcoming holidays or events and get alerts of new resources

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Carry The Flag Stories &

Acts of Service

Young leaders and teachers share their experiences

“I hope that [Veterans] feel recognized and that they feel [seen & heard]. They’re still important and they deserve to be recognized and know that their community loves them.”

Kayla Lux
High School Senior, Grapevine High School

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