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Our mission is to serve the children of military personnel who have lost their lives on active duty while defending the United States of America.

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ASC Public Events

A Soldier’s Child hosts a number of events each year including public shopping events and large fundraisers.

16th Annual "A Life Worth Celebrating"

Dinner Banquet

May 9, 2025
The ASC Annual Dinner Banquet is our largest fundraiser. All proceeds from the event will benefit the foundation and assist in giving back to the children of our nation's fallen military personnel. The dinner features live entertainment, delicious food, and incredible auctions, and the opportunity to honor ASC recipients in person.

15th Annual "Celebrity Chip-in"

Golf Scramble

Oct 14, 2024
A Soldier's Child Foundation's annual Golf Scramble brings together celebrities and golfers for a great cause. Each team of four will be partnered up with a "celebrity" for the day. After a day on the links, the golfers are treated to a plated dinner, entertainment, a silent auction, and a live auction.

Presented by the "Battle RUN" family

Poker Run

July 6, 2024
We will be honoring those who have served and all currently serving.
Registration: 0900-1030 AM
Riders: $20,
Passengers: $10 & All Vehicles are Welcome to Participate. ALL PROCEEDS Donated to Support A Soldiers Child Foundation.
For More Information CONTACT: Heather Von Loh (308)-293-6652

Shopping Events

Help shop for ASC recipient children's birthdays. Once a month we shop for gifts based on the registered children's wish list. These typically happen at the Wal-Mart Garden Center on Old Fort Parkway in Murfreesboro, TN.

Upcoming Public Shopping Events

Click a date below to sign up for each event.

June 4, 2024 ★ July 9, 2024August 6, 2024Sept 10, 2024Oct 1, 2024Nov 5, 2024Dec 3, 2024

6th Annual Christmas

Season of Sacrifice (s.o.s.)

Dec 7, 2024
There is no better way to give at Christmas time than to give to the children of our fallen American defenders of freedom. We began our S.O.S Christmas program in 2018 to give back to the children and families of our servicemen and women, that have sacrificed so much and need to hear from the American people during this special time of the year. Lost in the busyness of the Christmas season are the children of our fallen heroes, who sometimes wake up Christmas morning missing their mom or dad and perhaps not understanding why they are gone. Another question the children of our fallen ask is, "Does anyone even care that I've lost my parent, and did it even matter?"