Flags of Gratitude Community Service Project

Honoring our frontline and essential workers, as well as community heroes with flags of appreciation and Mixtiles .


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Flags of Gratitude has been going strong  since the start of the COVID pandemic in March 2020. Callie, through her Cub Scout elective, created drawings with inspirational messages on white marker flags as a way to honor all our Frontline Heroes as part of her community service project. A couple thousand flags were given to our Police, Fire Depts., EMT,  local hospital, as well as restaurants, small businesses, non profit organizations, and volunteers who have tremendously helped in our community. Since we were overwhelmed by the outpouring of support and appreciation, we wanted to keep the positivity going. 

Since March 2020, Callie had reached her goal of $2500 for St. Hubert's Animal Welfare and $2500 for Good Grief (local nonprofit organizations) through her Mixtile sales. Please check out our website to learn about Flags of Gratitude and our Mixtile shop. All profits are donated to local charities as her way of giving back. 


If you would like to make a small donation to her Givebutter Campaign, any amount would be greatly appreciated.  Your donation helps with the cost of art supplies, flags, cost of shipping, website costs, and Mixtile purchases that are free to first responders and community helpers. 

Callie has worked very hard and I'm so proud of all the effort she's put into this project. We hope to continue spreading kindness and giving back to our community. Thank you so much for your support and following her journey on our Facebook and Instagram page. We would love for you to share her Flags of Gratitude with others. 



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