ASC recipient Niyah Mudd and Daryl JW Mackin on her tenth birthday at ASC’s third annual 4 on the 4th Run in Murfreesboro, July 4, 2015

Our mission is to serve the Gold Star Children of military personnel who have lost their lives on active duty, while defending the United States of America. ASC has three points of service for the children of our fallen:

  1. Birthday Celebrations
    Celebrating our recipient children birthdays every year from 1 years old and up to age 18, by spending $150 per child, per birthday according to the child’s specific gift wishes and needs.
  2. Mentorship Programs
    Journey Camp – We offer a Journey Camp experience for our recipients between the ages of 8-16. This is a week-long summer camp hosted by ASC and our kids are encouraged to attend for at least 3 years. We also offer some very exciting mentorship programs/mini-camps which include golf, dance, sports, theater, science, songwriting, hunting/fishing programs and more.

    PS23 Program – ASC has a leadership development program (PS23) designed for ASC young adults from 17 years of age and older. PS23 is an intensive outdoor weekend focusing on mind, body and spirit. PS23 Mentors also have numerous leadership opportunities throughout the year at our camps and events.

  3. College Scholarships
    ASC facilitates in secondary/college scholarships for our recipients through our partner organization: The Folded Flag Foundation and Fallen Patriots Foundation.

ASC VISION STATEMENT: To grow nationally, becoming a household name as the gold standard for our Gold Star families. Providing an opportunity for lifelong touch-points, so that ASC recipients will say it is an honor to be A Soldier’s Child.
We presently have over 3000 children enrolled in all 50 states.
We expect to exceed 3500 children by the end of 2018.
We are so grateful for you and others all over our country committed to help us honor our national treasure; the children of our fallen military servicemen and servicewomen.