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September 11, 2014 - Tucson AZ

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About Flags for the Flagless

Police officers Charley Foley and Bradley Clark founded “Flags for the Flagless” after repeatedly seeing un-used flag poles throughout Tucson, AZ. Charley Foley comes from a line of veterans and Bradley Clark is a 20 year combat Army veteran. Both are mindfully respectful of all that our country stands for and what the American Flag represents. They both hope to foster a sense of patriotism and pride in the community with the “Flags for the Flagless” project.

“FFF”, a 501(c)(3) organization, seeks out businesses, organizations, homes and schools to provide American Flags for classrooms and un-used flag poles. They also take on an educational role, providing historical facts, images and American Flag protocol information to the public. “Flags for the Flagless” plans to reach out to as many schools as possible, on both a local and national level, to ensure that American Flags will fly in their classrooms. And they will continue to hang American Flags on flag poles throughout Tucson, Arizona and the USA.

Charley Foley

Generous Supporter

  • 10/14/2021in News

    No Flag Pole Left Behind – The Heroic Story of Charles Foley

    October 13, 2021 • By Flags For The Flagless The American flag waves in reverence for many—for the immigrants who came and built a nation with hard work and ingenuity and for all who continue to defend and serve our nation. As a Tucson Police officer, Charles Foley noticed 32 poles without a flag in one small...
  • 10/02/2021in News

    New Flagpole at Tucson Park Honors Willie Blake Jr.

    July 21, 2021 • By Ana Beltran Flags for the Flagless, with support from Tucson Electric Power, dedicated a new flagpole at Willie Blake Jr. Park in Tucson on Saturday, October 2nd, 2021. The flagpole honors Blake, who has devoted decades of his retirement to reducing crime and promoting economic opportunities in the Western Hills...
  • 03/25/2016in News

    Two Flags raised at Handmaker Assisted Living Center

    Two flags were raised at Handmaker Assisted Living at the entrance to the Center. Handmaker Assisted Living never had an American flag flying. Flags for the Flagless roped the poles, bought the pulleys and purchased one new American flag and one new Arizona flag. We want to thanks TPD Honor Guard for being a part...

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