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Who We Are
Mothers of America’s Military Fallen ~ Spc. Kelly J. Mixon Foundation, Inc. is a charitable tax-exempt 501(C)3 non-profit all volunteer organization serving the extended military family. Our Mission is clear:
To help meet the basic needs of deployed American Troops, memorialize Fallen United States Military Veterans in communities across America, and encourage a spirit of volunteerism and recognition for families of the fallen.
We support deployed troops during the Christmas Holiday through our “Trees For America’s Troops” cause. Presents, two foot decorated trees and filled Christmas Stockings are shipped overseas in hopes of spreading love and good will. They should never feel America has forgotten their service to our great nation. We’re on a mission to make a difference!
Worn or new military combat and firefighter bunker boots are still being collected in support of our traveling memorial “Boots On The Ground – America Remembers”. The traveling memorial honors Fallen Military, Firefighter and Law Enforcement Heroes. Find out more about BoTG by clicking the menu bar link.
It’s important to recognize and support America’s Gold Star Families for the ultimate sacrifice they too have paid in the name of freedom. Heroes and Bikers USA actively honors our Fallen through the Adopt-a-Hero cause. Gold Star Mother Bracelets are gifted throughout the year to honor the mothers of America’s Fallen Heroes. Fund raisers and special events throughout the year help us achieve our commitments.
Trees For America’s Troops
”Trees For America’s Troops” offers much-needed support for deployed service members during the Christmas Holidays. Two foot decorated trees, filled Christmas Stockings, and presents for adopted troops are shipped overseas in hopes of spreading love and good will. They should never feel America has forgotten their service to our country. Read More…
Boots on the Ground – America Remembers
A Traveling Memorial of more than 7,000 Boots, Pictures, and Flags honoring Post 9/11 Fallen OIF/OEF/OND U.S. Service Members, MWD’s, and the brave Firefighters and Police Officers of 9/11. Read More…
Ways to Give Back
A little help goes a long way. If you would like to make a donation of support, any amount is appreciated. Mothers of AMF is simply an organization providing avenues for others to give back to the extended military family. Mothers of America’s Military Fallen is a charitable tax-exempt 501(C)3 nonprofit organization. Read More…
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Army SPC Joseph T. Prentler Died October 4, 2010 Serving During Operation Enduring Freedom 20, of Fenwick, Mich.; assigned to 3rd Squadron, 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment, Vilseck, Germany; died Oct. 4 in Mama Kariz, Afghanistan, of wounds sustained when insurgents attacked his military vehicle using an improvised explosive device. *…
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Air Force Senior Airman James A. Hansen Died September 15, 2010 Serving During Operation New Dawn 25, of Athens, Mich., assigned to the 46th Operations Support Squadron, Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.; died Sept. 15 of wounds suffered during a controlled detonation at Joint Base Balad, Iraq. * * *…
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Sr. Airman James A Hansen, 25, of Athens, MI 24 May 1985 – 15 September 2010 U.S. Air Force – OND Jimmy was on the fast track in the Air Force. He tested and received his SR. Airman stripes 6 months. Jimmy was a runner he had just ran the Air…