When most people think about Memorial Day, they envision cook outs, beach trips, and kicking back and relaxing on a day off. While we certainly support people enjoying the long
Scholarship Application Period Opens Feb. 1 Since 2012, CORT has been a proud partner and supporter of the Folds of Honor Foundation, supporting the mission to provide education through scholarships to
Application Period Opens Feb. 1
Since 2012, CORT has been a proud partner and supporter of the Folds of Honor Foundation, with the mission of providing education through scholarships to spouses and children of soldiers lost or severely disabled in service to our country.
For more than 41 years, CORT has been committed to honoring and supporting our military heroes and their families for their service. To honor and celebrate those who have sacrificed so much for all of us, CORT is continuing its text campaign, which was launched last year, to help raise funds for the Folds of Honor Foundation.
CORT Texas recently had the opportunity to showcase CORT’s work with the Folds of Honor Foundation at the 2015 Texas Apartment Association Education Conference and Expo, “Operation Hero.”
In honor of Veterans Day, CORT is once again teaming up with the Folds of Honor Foundation by inviting the community to support our military families and their education! The Folds of Honor Foundation was founded in 2007 by Major Dan Rooney to provide educational scholarships to dependents and spouses of military service men and women lost or disabled while serving our country.
On Memorial Day weekend, the Folds of Honor and The Patriot Golf Club co-hosted their annual Patriot Cup, an exclusive, invitation-only golf tournament and gala celebrating our nation’s heroes. This event was attended by the Champions Tour, PGA and LPGA Professionals, top military golfers from across the country, and a host of celebrities such as Kid Rock, Dierks Bentley, and Adam Baldwin. CORT is proud to be a supporter of the Folds of Honor and is honored to be a part of this amazing event!
A few weeks ago, kids across the nation loaded up their cars and kissed their loved ones goodbye as they headed off to college for the first time.