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Nearly 20,000 dependents have been left behind by troops that have fallen in the line of duty over the past 35 years.


Children of Fallen Patriots' mission is to provide college scholarships and educational counseling to military children who have lost a parent in the line of duty. They're dedicated to serving the families of service members from all branches of the armed forces who have died as a result of combat casualties, military training accidents, service-related illnesses, suicide, as well as other duty-related deaths as ruled by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The vision of Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation is to ensure that every child of a fallen patriot receives all necessary college funding.

  • We believe this is an important investment in the future of America.
  • We believe a college education is the single most important gift we can give these children.
  • We believe this is one of the best ways we can honor those who died defending our country.

This May, J&P Cycles is partnering with Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation to raise funds so more children have the resources and support to reach and succeed their academic dreams. Our goal this month is to raise enough money to bring CFP's vision to light.

May 1 through May 25, 2020, J&P Cycles will match riders’ round-up of their purchases with J&P Cycles to Children of Fallen Patriots to help more children experience college with proper resources and a support system covering the entire country. Shoppers can round up their purchases online, via 1-800-318-4823 or at J&P Cycles retail stores.


Children of Fallen Patriots - Their Story

Success Stories

Student Spotlight: Cierra Proser

Cierra Prosser is the daughter of U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Max Prosser. Cierra’s father lost his life in 2017 due to a service-related illness. “My Dad was a larger than life person. He could do anything, solve any problem, heal any wound, and he made it look so easy. Others would describe my Dad as loyal, competitive, light-hearted, and likeable.

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Student Spotlight: Jaymie Howe

Jaymie Howe is the son of U.S. Army Serviceman Casey Elwin Howe. “My father is a hero to me and everyone who knows of his service. He is my inspiration in just about everything I accomplish.

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Student Spotlight: Abigail Wittwer

Abigail Wittwer is the daughter of U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Frank Wittwer. “He was a great fighter pilot, but, more importantly, he was a great dad.” Lt. Commander lost his life in 2006 when Abigail was just 6 years old.

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