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for a Cause


Our Mission

Flag Poles For a Cause was created to install flag poles for wounded warriors, and to the families of those who have paid the ultimate price for freedom.

There are many patriots among us who have sacrificed more than we can imagine. The American flag symbolizes freedom and what these patriots have sacrificed for. Installing flag poles is our way of showing appreciation and saying “thank-you”.


Every time these heroes see their flag flying, we hope they are reminded that they are loved, appreciated, and their sacrifice will never be forgotten.

Donations and Sponsors

All donations made to our organization go towards the materials needed to install flagpoles for wounded veterans and Gold Star families. Our time is donated and no member on our team receives money from our organization.

Donations can be received via PayPal or Venmo

and are tax deductible. 

Are you someone who loves to be involved in your community and are looking for ways you can give back?

We are looking for incredible individuals or companies who can help us reach our install goals! We want you to witness first hand how deserving these recipients are, how much they've sacrificed for our country, and show them they have support from individuals in their own communities.

If you're interested in learning more about our incredible organization, and how you can get involved, click the button below.

American Flag

"And let us never forget that in honoring our flag, we honor the American men and women who have courageously fought and died for it."

- Ronald Reagan -


Contact Us


Interested in connecting? Fill out the form and we'll be in touch. To fill out an application for a flagpole, please click the 'Application' tab at the top of the page.

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Board Members

Flagpoles for a Cause was founded by Ryan Myers. His mission was simple- Install flagpoles for veterans so they would have a constant reminder of the love and appreciation their community has for them and their service.

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