OPERATION 261

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FUND 261 FOLDS OF HONOR RECIPIENTS

OUR GOAL

$1.25

MILLION
DOLLAR AMOUNT NEEDED TO FUND THE 261 LEGACY SCHOLARSHIPS IN OKLAHOMA

WAYS TO GIVE

ONLINE

Donate today online by
following the link below.

MAIL

PLEASE MAKE CHECKS OUT TO
Folds of Honor
Oklahoma City 719 N County Line Road
Tuttle, OK 73089

Text to Donate

Operation261 Supporters can text “operation261” to
833-843-1313

WHY WE SERVE

JORDAN ESHBAUGH just completed her junior year studying Social Work at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma. She grew up in Norman as well and describes herself as open to try new things, she loves to learn, trying new foods and traveling is one of her favorite things to do and most importantly she enjoys meeting new people. Jordan lost her father when she was 8 years old, and says she will never forget his kindness, humor, and dedication. His death has had a “profound impact” on who she is today and plays a big part in how she makes the most out of the time she has. When she is not focusing on her studies, Jordan enjoys photography cooking, kayaking, and hiking. She is a Folds of Honor higher Education Scholarship Recipient.

WHY WE SERVE

UNITED STATES ARMY NATIONAL GUARD SERGEANT DANIEL ESHBAUGH served our country honorably for over 20 years during Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. SGT Eshbaugh was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 149th Aviation Regiment, Task Force 34, Oklahoma National Guard, Lexington, Oklahoma. Sergeant Eshbaugh lost his life on September 17th, 2008 when the CH-47 Chinook helicopter he was in went down in the vicinity of Tallil, Iraq. He was 43 years old and is survived by his wife and 4 children

OUR 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.

FACTS

  • 2 Types of Scholarships: Children’s Fund & Higher Education

  • Application Window is February 1– March 31

  • Scholarships up to $5000 per academic year

  • Applicants must reapply each year

  • Applications must be submitted through national’s online portal

  • All funds sent to the educational institution

CHILDREN'S FUND

  • For dependents enrolled in grades Kindergarten – 12

  • Funds for accredited private school tuition, IRS approved educational tutoring from an approved tutoring company, approved/accredited homeschool curriculum, required books and school uniforms

  • Service member must be deceased or be disabled with a VA rating 90% or higher

HIGHER ED

  • Post-secondary assistance for spouses & dependents

  • Used for undergrad program for bachelor’s degree, technical or trade program at accredited community college, college or university

  • Dependent must be 24 years old or younger & unmarried

  • Spouse cannot be re-married

  • Service member must be deceased or be disabled with a VA rating 10% or higher

Honor Their Sacrifice. Educate Their Legacy.

OKLAHOMA SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED

161

2016

202

2017

247

2018

261

2019

ANSWER THE CALL TODAY!