Mission Statement for Gold Star Dads of America – Gold Star Dads was created to bring together the “gold star” fathers in a single community, enabling them to honor and remember their sons and daughters, and to support one another in our loss. First and foremost we are a Gold Star Family Support Organization.

Gold Star Dads Mission Statement

Our National Objective – Provide public awareness of America’s Gold Star Family Community and to celebrate and honor America’s combat veterans and their families.

Through our outreach to the Gold Star Families, and our veteran assistance projects we help provide public awareness and create a positive outlet for the Military and civilian communities to unite in a single effort.

The Goal – Build an ongoing support mechanism to assist Combat Veterans and their families from every branch of service.

From the “old Guard” to the current returning Combat Vets, and soldiers who have suffered debilitating catastrophic injuries while serving, including severe PTSD. We pledge our unwavering commitment to Assist & Support.

The Mission – To make a lasting impression and positive impact in the lives of these warriors in transition by providing physical assistance, faithful prayer and continued encouragement and support for their families when ever and where ever needed.

All donations to Gold Star Dads of America will be used for Operation Noble Warrior™ purposes.

Although Operation Noble Warrior™ was created to assist America’s veterans and their families, it also provides a much needed outlet to keep the Gold Star Dads active and helps us continue to honor our sons and daughters through those efforts.

Gold Star Dads of America hopes to make a lasting impression in the lives of these families and in some small way show our gratitude for their families support of freedom. These fine young men and women put their lives on hold and answered duties call, they and their families deserve nothing less than the best we can give. Now, the question is . . .

CAN THEY COUNT ON YOU?

We realize that times are tough economically for many families across America, we also understand that your family and your church comes first, as it should be. If, at the end of your financial obligations you still have room for a little more giving we would appreciate your consideration. If you can spare $10, $25, $100 or maybe even $250, your passion and commitment can go a long way towards providing the care these warriors deserve.