• Check out these short videos for inspiration, then register below to walk or run any distance to honor their sacrifice and help educate their legacy.
    When you sign up, indicate that you are part of the Leyden High School group.

    A Fighter Pilot’s Mission

    But You Didn’t

    Folds of Honor provides educational assistance to families of military members killed or disabled while serving our country. 

    Support our military families this Veterans Day by joining the Folds of Honor Chicago Chapter beginning on November 1st through the 13th to celebrate the 13th anniversary of Folds of Honor.  


    Who: You! Folds of Honor wants to give everyone the opportunity to participate in this event. Support the Folds of Honor mission by registering for FOHChicagoRUNS Virtual Run/Walk. You can participate as an individual, as a family, or with a group of friends!  

    Where: Anywhere! You can run on the treadmill, walk in your neighborhood, or stroll with friends on a local favorite trail. This is not a race - everyone can participate!

    When:  Anytime between November 1st-13th.  Throw on your Folds of Honor gear and support the mission! Be sure to register by October 25th to receive your packet before Veterans Day.

    Why JoinCelebrate…the 13th anniversary of Folds of Honor.

    Honor…the 13 folds in the flag to bring it to its final resting place.

    Support…the 112 Chicago Folds of Honor scholarship recipients. 

    Give…to the 2,500 qualified yet unfunded national FOH scholarship applicants.



    What’s In Your Virtual Run Packet?

    This run is all about spreading the mission and supporting Folds of Honor! Run or walk, wherever and whenever through Veteran’s Day week. Just complete your online registration by Sunday, October 25 and we’ll ship the items right to your front door. Registration will remain open until November 13th, 2020.



    Support the Mission

    Since 2007, the Folds of Honor has carried forth this singular noble mission.  To provide educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service-members.

    Our motto says it best. 

    Honor Their Sacrifice.
    Educate Their Legacy.

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