We organize community service and leadership formation in memory of the men and women who gave their lives on Flight 93
On September 11, 2001, as two commercial airliners were flown into the twin towers of the World Trade Center and a third plane was flown into the Pentagon, a fourth plane, United Airlines Flight 93 was traveling from Newark, New Jersey to San Francisco, California. As Flight 93 was nearing Cleveland, Ohio, it abruptly changed course, heading southeast toward Washington, D.C…
Our mission is to offer HOPE to the afflicted through the generosity of Service & Charity, involving intergenerational support from seniors to children. We will respond to individual and group needs and crisis with deliberate thought, prayer, organization, and action. We serve our mission through HALO programs and support of like-minded organizations.
While the project will span several years, 2016 featured the launch of the Flight 93 Mobile Museum. This Mobile Museum will be used as an educational vehicle to teach students the principals of courage and valor displayed aboard United Flight 93. Since 2001,...read more
2016 was the 15th Anniversary of “9/11”, the defining day in our lives as we encountered the darkest tragedy on US soil. Out of this catastrophe, however, we gleaned the very best of the American Spirit. Unity rippled across our nation as we witnessed the selfless...read more
Flag Drop Box HALO partnered with Akron community members to create a drop box for the retirement of worn American flags. The box is the only flag drop box located at a school in the state of Ohio. Students at Resnik CLC voted on the wrap for the box made from steel...read more