In our third month of Flagology Hero Love Awards, we would like to say THANK YOU for all the participation and feedback we have received. Your willingness to share your heroes and their stories with us has been humbling and inspiring.
Honor Flags Now Ready for Your Race or Event
We have so much going on here at Flagology that we wanted to take a moment and share the Honor Flags we now have available and the exciting ways we hope these flags will be used. With Spring on our door step, the season of Benefit & Charity walks, 5ks, Half Marathons and Full Marathons is upon us. We are excited about how our flags can be a part of your event and help you to honor YOUR heroes, survivors and fighters. Flagology friends have been creating honor flags to wear in their race – to honor a special hero – and the best part is – we can donate 5% back to the charity for you as well.
We currently have flag borders with honor ribbons in 15-20 colors and styles to represent awareness for many different causes – but should you need one in another color for your HERO, please reach out to us – and we’ll see if we can customize a flag just for your race or event.
When preparing your honor flag here – add your photo or quote and choose your ribbon frame. You can even customize your flag with your hero’s name or an inspiring quote:
“Walking in honor of…”
“Always Strong … “
”Those who inspire others…”
A Charity Walk Brings a Sense of Community
A charity walk brings with it a sense of community; common people walking (or running) for a common cause and the bond and comfort of sharing each other’s stories. We thank you for allowing us to be a part of this community.
We would love your help in reaching out to these charity walks as well as the charities themselves. Not only would we be honored to help create a flag for their walk, but we would love to invite any non-profit organization to be a part of our affiliate program. This program allows us to give 5% of sales back to their organization.
Yesterday, we were fortunate enough to have an amazing conversation with ALS Therapy Development Institute. The ALS TDI is a nonprofit research development group working hard to help research a cure for ALS. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to help give back to this cause. You can learn more about their organization here: www.als.net. It is charities like these that make us excited to see how our nonprofit affiliate program can help make an impact.
Thank you, again, for your participation!