Below you will see the Honor Chair request form.Please complete the form and click on submit. Once submitted, please send a badge, and any challenge coins you would like us to inlay into the chair.Two coins are best so that we can display each side.
We try to raise $2,000 per honor chair so that it helps cover material costs all the way through travel expenses for us to present the chair. Many departments locate a sponsor to cover the cost. When this is the case, we make them an appreciation award using pieces from the honor chair. Some choose to fundraise throughout the department. Regardless of whether $2,000 is raised, the honor chair is still completed. Raising the funds is not a requirement, it is simply our goal so that we can continue to honor our nation’s fallen heroes. If the money cannot be raised, we will still complete the honor chair for your department.
The only requirements for an honor chair are (1) It is a line of duty incident. (2) The department is aware and has space for the chair to be placed. At this time, we only build chairs for line of duty deaths, and we only present them to the agency where the hero worked. They are meant to save their place within the department.
Please mail any Badges, coins, etc… to:
Saving A Hero’s Place, Inc.
215 Gonyo Ln
Richmond, Tx 77469
*We appreciate an extra coin and patch for each chair for our collection
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions while filling out chair request form.
Something new for Saving A Hero’s Place is the ability for us to travel to your department with our trailer, setup in your parking lot, and build the chair along with family and co-workers. This is our preferred method, and we hope it is something your department will consider. Having co-workers and family participate in the building of an honor chair is something they will never forget and makes the chair even more meaningful. We can setup and build the chair over 2 days, then present it to your department on the 3rd day. Family and co-workers will get to work on engraving, painting, sanding, assembly and finishing.