TOLEDO, Ohio — The Toledo-based Folds of Honor chapter may have had its round of golf at Inverness Club rained out Monday, but its dinner afterward was a success.
Between the auction during the dinner and the sale of the Home of the Brave in Waterville, over $800,000 was raised for Folds of Honor. The no-cost Home of the Brave build was organized by Doug Howard and his wife Stephanie Kuhlman, plus area contractors who donated material and labor.
Folds of Honor has been in existence nationally since 2007 and gives educational scholarships to spouses and children of fallen or disabled military and first responders. Folds of Honor has given over 40,000 scholarships totaling nearly $200 million.