Memorial Day has become a holiday celebrated with barbecues, drinks and special discounts, but the actual meaning of the day is often forgotten. This day, brought to fruition in the 1800s and originally called Decoration Day, is meant to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting and fighting for our country. With that in mind, RallyPoint, the largest military network in the U.S., created the #FlowerOnEveryGrave movement to bring back the true meaning of Memorial Day. They are on a mission to place a #FlowerOnEveryGrave across the country.
We have partnered with RallyPoint to make this movement a reality, and we’re starting with Arlington National Cemetery.
Buried at Arlington National Cemetery were honored at the first Memorial Day in history by 5,000 participants who decorated the graves.
Have been buried at Arlington. Our mission is to honor every soldier with a flower.