Bring Hope and Help to the
Children of Fallen Soldiers this Christmas.

giving season

With 900+ Gold Star Children to Sponsor, Believe With Me Needs Your Help!

Believe With Me's #GoldStarChristmas is your opportunity to give back to America's families of fallen soldiers during the holiday season. This is YOUR chance to bring JOY to their Christmas and let them know America has not forgotten their sacrifice!

Every child will receive hand-selected gifts, lovingly packaged, and valued at $100.

Want to pay by check?

If you would like to donate to Believe With Me’s #GoldStarChristmas by check, please make checks payable to:

  • Believe With Me
  • 11420 US Hwy 1 PMB 122
  • North Palm Beach, FL 33408

a little boy that is sitting in front of a book .

Sponsor a Family with 1 Child

Sponsor a family like the Frisons for $100

1st Lt. Demetrius M. Frison, 26, of Lancaster, Pa., died May 10, 2011 in Khost province, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when insurgents attacked his unit using an improvised explosive device. My husband loved his country, he loved Jesus, he loved his family, and he loved his platoon. He was known as Hellfire by his men after some heroic actions during a particular mission. He received the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star posthumously. His son, Christopher, was only 6 months old when his father died. Gifts at Christmas from grateful Americans let him know his father’s sacrifice has not been forgotten.

a couple of children standing in front of a lake.

Sponsor a Family with 2 Children

Sponsor a family like the Durdens for $200

Wesley was a great soldier, father, husband, and friend. He went above and beyond the call of duty over and over. Family was everything to him and he did everything he could to make sure we were taken care of. Christmas was his favorite holiday. He would begin shopping for the kids in September! He would be so excited he’d always let them open something on Christmas Eve. He was a selfless man. One time on our way back from vacation he saw a home on fire and pulled over and ran to help. He went into a burning home to save a woman’s dog! That’s the kind of guy he was. His smile would light up a room and thankfully he passed his beautiful smile down to his children. His son now proudly serves in the JROTC.

a group of children sitting on a bench in a pumpkin patch.

Sponsor a Family with 3 Children

Sponsor a family like the Riches for $300

Jacob Rich was US Marine, as was his dream since he was 5. He proudly served till his last breath. He loved the Marine Corps and planned to serve until retirement, but after he came back from Afghanistan 2012, he found a tumor in his spinal column. He was 1 of 10 Marines who got cancer after this deployment in his unit. Not even once did he complain. After he became paralyzed below the waist, he didn't give up being active duty and tried to go back to warfighting. He started wheelchair basketball and handcycle in Wounded Warrior battalions and made it to the military Paralympics Invictus Games in England. He got some silver and bronze medals. Sadly he passed away in May 2015 at the age of 28 from his service-connected cancer and left behind 2 daughters aged 7 and 6, and a son aged 4.

the Anderson children standing next to each other in a school hallway

Sponsor a Family with 4 Children

Sponsor a family like the Andersons for $400

Ryan's heart for others, his passion for life, his deep desire to do better and more with his life, his incredible work ethic...each of these attributes drew me to him. We got married and soon after we were expecting our first little one. Ryan joined the Navy which allowed him to serve his country and eventually go back to college. To this day, I have never met another family who has had the privilege of spending every major holiday with their soldier. The only thing I know is that God knew we would need those memories. The holidays were very special and not once taken for granted. Ryan became one of the 22 veterans a day to take his own life. It is a tragedy to get your loved one home from war only to lose them to an internal battle. Our hope is that we would honor and remember Ryan’s life and draw attention to the tragedy of PTSD suicide and it's aftermath.

the Gavulic family standing in front of a brick wall

Sponsor a Family with 5 Children

Sponsor a family like the Gavulics for $500

In late February, one of America’s air commandos made the ultimate sacrifice, but not on the battlefield. While doing parachute training, Master Sergeant Joshua Gavulic died in an accident in Arizona. The terrible irony of MSgt. Gavulic’s death is how much death he had avoided in battle. It is incomprehensible to learn that MSgt. Gavulic deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan ten times. As a tactical air controller, he was put into the very thick of the worst fighting, directing air cover for special operators often while under intense fire. Ten times he spent months fighting America’s worst enemies, and came home each time. It will take years to understand the human costs of over a dozen years of war on the less than 1 percent of the American population that waged it. Joshua’s service and sacrifice inspire us everyday to live a life worthy.

the Eadies standing next to each other in front of some sunflowers.

Sponsor a Family with 6 Children

Sponsor a family like the Eadies for $600

Steve and I married in our hometown in 1989 not long after we graduated high school. Both of us were in college. We were two young kids with no idea the adventures that lie ahead of us. Steve had a fascination with the U-2. After years of service, he decided to apply and was invited to go out to Beale AFB for an interview. We transferred to the USAF, and moved to CA. It was a dream come true! He couldn't wait to get started with U-2 training. A few months after our move, baby number six came along. We now had three boys and three girls. So blessed. In 2016, after seven years flying the U-2, Steve was killed in a training accident. After 20 years of military service, in an instant, life as we knew it was no more. Steve was an incredible husband, father, Papa and friend. One of my favorite memories is when he would play ice cream truck music on his computer just to see the kids run outside. They never knew it was him!