2021 ORANGE FIELD OF VALOR
November 6th-13th, 2021
Handy Park in Orange (NOT Hart Park)
2143 E. Oakmont
Orange, CA 92867
(click here for map).
TO MAKE PAYMENT FOR YOUR FLAG VIA CREDIT CARD, OR TO BECOME AN EVENT SPONSOR FOR THE 2021 FIELD OF VALOR PLEASE CLICK THE BLACK BUTTON BELOW:
THANK YOU TO OUR 2020 SPONSORS!
To become a sponsor of the 2021 event, click the orange button below.
Medal of Honor Sponsor ($10,000+)
Distinguished Service Sponsors ($5,000)
Silver Star Sponsors ($2,500)
Dave & Linda Brown
Orange Elks Lodge #1475
Seven Gables Real Estate
Hon. Mike & Susie Spurgeon
Lt. Col. Roger & Mary Wells
Bronze Star Sponsors ($1,000)
Doug & Debbie DeGrave
Navy Federal Credit Union
Jack & Hong Raubolt
The R.J. Noble Company
Purple Heart Sponsors ($500)
Brett & Trish Glasser/Stearns Lending-Orange
Orange Grocery Outlet/Mike & Melanie McCormick
Mike & Sara Pelly
John & Carol Sibley
Hon. William G. Steiner
Supervisor Donald P . Wagner
Hon. Fred & Mignon Whitaker
Doug & Susie Willits
Armed Forces Sponsorship ($250)
Hon. Larry & Sally Dick
Phil & Carrie Hummel
for more information.
FIELD OF VALOR GRANT RECIPIENTS
Grants from the Field of Valor proceeds have been made to
A Million Thanks,
American Family Housing/Potter's Lane
American Legion Post 132,
American Veterans Assistance Group, Bob Hope USO
Chapman University Veterans Resource Center,
CHOC Foundation, Exchange Club of Tustin,
Honor Flight Southland, Honoring Our Fallen,
Military Children's Charity, Inc.,
Operation Destination Homebound,
Orange Senior Center Veterans Assistance Fund,
Patriots and Paws, SCC Veterans Service Office,
Support the Enlisted Project (STEP)
and the Veterans Legal Institute .
For more information on these grants, please click here.
To apply for a grant, please read the Grant Guidelines carefully (download PDF here) then submit a Grant Application using the online link.
Grant Recipients: Please access the year End Report below or contact us directly for the link.
Current funding is limited, and
applications will be reviewed quarterly.
Read a story about a World War II Veteran, who was a prisoner of war in Germany by clicking here.
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