Charitable Outreach to Veterans

As a veteran owned company, RePatriot Flag has an unwavering commitment to charitable outreach to veterans benefiting our Nation's heroes, past and present. The necessity for veteran outreach is widespread and our goal is to honor men and women returning from the field, wounded in combat, families who lost loved ones in defense of our Nation's freedom, annual parades in local communities and beyond - all of which deserve the symbolic tribute of the U.S. Flag in the form of our RePatriot Flag. 

If you're a member of the active duty or veteran community, please contact us for access to a special discount code.





Team Red, White & Blue

From the inception of RePatriot Flag, with each flag sold, a portion of our proceeds will support Team Red, White and Blue (Team RWB), a non-profit organization which enriches the lives of America's veterans by connecting them with their community through physical and social activity.

Team RWB's 20,000 members span over 80 chapters nationwide and gather daily for local and national events. To date, RePatriot has provided flags to all existing Team RWB chapters so members can participate in competitions and activities with a RePatriot Flag held high. This has been made possible with support by fellow Americans like you!

In September 2017, Team RWB hosted the fourth annual Old Glory Coast to Coast Relay. The relay began at the Veterans Administration hospital in Palo Alto, CA and concluded at Walter Reed Hospital, just outside Washington, D.C., on Veterans' Day. With your support, we will fulfill the grand vision of a sea of RePatriot Red, White and Blue along the relay route - a display of America's appreciation and RePatriot's commitment in celebrating our servicemen and women while helping to safeguard our planet for future generations.

Team RWB is just the starting point. As RePatriot Flag grows, you will help us support the entire veteran community. What better way to show your love of country, support of our veterans and care for the next generation.
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