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Fort Logan National Cemetery


Each dollar you give will place a flower on the headstone of one of our fallen heroes. For $100 you can sponsor 125 graves at Fort Logan National Cemetery.


By sponsoring you automatically become a volunteer. 


All volunteers need to enter through the West Kenyon Avenue Gate and remain on Omaha Drive (there will be Traffic Control Personnel) to help you to the staging area at that gate; and at the turn to the staging area.  Stay on Omaha Drive until you see an individual waving volunteers into the staging area.


Meet up time: 9:00 AM

  • We may need to call you to coordinate before Memorial Day Weekend
  • Invite your family and friends to join you

Mikel Burroughs

Local Organizer
Since his retirement from the the US Army and Army Reserves in 2012 after 37 years of active duty, Colonel Mikel Burroughs has held various executive positions in the financial, law, and healthcare industries, focusing his efforts on those with a military background. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board for Veterans for Victory Foundation, heading the Flower on Every Grave initiative at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, Colorado.


Memorial Day Flowers at Fort Logan National Cemetery is an opportunity for you and your associates to honor those who have served our country.

We encourage that sponsor associates and families participate in the laying of roses at the cemetery before the Memorial Day Ceremony.

Each volunteer wil receive a bucket and tote bag with 125 roses. Volunteers will respectfully place the roses on headstones while reading inscriptions and thanking each one for their service.

This community service will take approximately two hours.



Your Company’s logo will be included on the Tote Bags and mentioned on the Foundation’s website, Facebook, and Twitter feeds.

Your Company’s associates will receive a personalized certificate.

Your Company may use the Memorial Day Flowers Foundation logo.


Map of the cemetery

Fort Logan National Cemetery