It's often said that the only constant in military life is change. Over the span of a career, the average military family experiences a permanent change of station (PCS) every
I'm Lauren, a nurse turned stay-at-home mom! On my blog, themilitarywifeandmom.com, I write about practical parenting, enjoying motherhood, and navigating the ups and downs of military life. This is a sponsored
A Kansas native, CORT District General Manager Ray Randall played baseball at a local junior college right after graduating from Kansas City’s Piper High School in 1981. Unfortunately, Ray’s parents
When Bob Vinson graduated from high school in his hometown of Hagerstown, Maryland, like many new graduates, he wasn’t quite sure what he wanted to do with his life. That was until he met a Marine Corps recruiter in 1971 that convinced this young 18-year-old man to join the military.
What better way to celebrate our freedom and honor our military on the fourth of July than by debuting the first Honor Cottage retreat house located on a wooded hillside on the shore of Skiatook Lake in Sperry, Okla. The Folds of Honor Foundation officially opened the doors to the cottage and dedicated it to military families of injured or fallen soldiers as a place to rest and relax away from the challenges of everyday life.
CORT is thrilled to announce its official partnership with the Folds of Honor Foundation! Founded in 2007, the Folds of Honor Foundation (FHF) provides educational scholarships to dependents and spouses of military service men and women killed or severely disabled in the line of duty. As the exclusive furniture provider and a sponsor of the foundation, CORT will award $50,000 in scholarships to deserving military family members across the country.