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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

  • 08/08/2022in News

    The Bowie Arizona Flagpole

    August, 8th 2022 • By Flags for the Flagless Bowie Arizona is home to Ft Bowie (a 19th-century outpost of the United States Army) and the birthplace of John“Raven”Rambo. As Flags for The Flagless made their way to the historic site, they noticed a decently sized flagpole with no flag being displayed. Naturally, the Flags...
  • 07/07/2022in News

    Flags for Flagless Makes Donation for TEP Control Center

    July 7th, 2022 • By Flags For The Flagless Nathan Anderson wanted to be able to pay honor to the United States and Arizona flags while working 12-hour shifts in the TEP Control Center monitoring the grid. His colleague, Ric Merlino, had an idea to make that happen – ask Flags for the Flagless....
  • 06/30/2022in News

    Humble Beginnings in Downtown Tucson

    June 30th, 2022 • By Flags For The Flagless Because of the words of the “Star-Spangled Banner” were inspired by Francis Scott Key’s sight of the American Flag flying over Fort McHenry, Maryland, the anthem and the flag are interlocked in an inseparable patriotic bond. Several years ago, Charles Foley, now retired but then a...

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