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This Hotline was created for the children, family, parent of a love one who was left behind after their parent died in the line of duty protecting their community and/or country in the name of FREEDOM. Our goal is to create a network to help the child and family cope with this disaster and assist them during these trying times.

This National DREAMWISH (1.844.DREAMWISH) Hotline Network has been developed to listen to the child needs and the needs of that family that touched the core of family values. We will guide and work alongside them and most importantly we will reach out to our network business partners across the United States on their behalf of the child and spouse to meet their needs.

Any child of an American Hero whose parent has succumbed to their injuries while performing their job and who has taken that oath of office can call our 844.DREAMWISH Hotline for assistance. Any little people, critically ill or special needs child of an emergency responder or U.S. Armed Forces and support personnel can also reach out and call the 844.DREAMWISH Hotline.

There are averages of 925 public servants that die defending our community and/or country every year. On average there are 1,895 children minimally left behind per year. Even today there are 15 children under the age of 18 whose father and/or mother died in the World Trade Center Collapse on September 11, 2001, that were raised to a young adult age without a father or mother.  

Fact, All 300 rescue dogs that sniffed their way through the rubble with their master who spent weeks and even months at the WTC site have all gone to heaven. We are the only organization in the world that is doing a brick campaign honoring all the dogs. Under Freedom Garden icon look for the brick campaign choice the dog you want to honor. 

Fact, as history unfolds there are 4,338 firefighters since 1990 to present who has died in the line of duty. Over the course of 26 years the average of 167 firefighters has died in the line of duty defending our community values?

Fact, as history unfolds there are 1,044 firefighters since 2006 to present who has died in the line of duty. Over the course of 10 years the average of 105 firefighters has died in the line of duty defending our community values?

The true reason for this research is to bring awareness of this grave situation to the forefront. The following information is different from the police officers, but the same holds true to all public servants who serve our communities and country. This is why we created American Eagle Children Dreamwish Foundation, Incorporation because of the children who are left behind.

We honor their parent (s) oath and values. Today, we are standing true that this nonprofit organization is for the children and spouse who were left behind. In the name of FREEDOM, we thank your hero and may you and your family receives grace.


Line of Duty Death of Firefighter's

The research is true and accurate. I retired in 2006, after spending 31 years in the fire service. Since my retirement I have been an active and an advocate for the fire industry and families of our American Heroes. Go to the About Us Page, click on the icon and then click again on About our Founder to read his biography.

Fact, there has been 4,338 firefighters that have died protecting our communities since 1981,

Fact, there has been 3,109 firefighters that have died protecting our communities since 1990

Fact, there has been 1,044 firefighters who have died protecting our communities since 2006

Fact, our independent firefighter's research projects that we have under taken ourselves are true and accurate. We started with the first known firefighters death listed in 1852 when a firefighter from Boston Fire Department died in the line of duty. Firefighter Smith was the first known documented firefighter who died in the line of duty.

The team of five firefighters were responding to an emergency alarm when the engineer turned to fast for the condition and the firefighter who was riding tailboard fell off and hit his head on the pavement.

Fact, (February 12, 1852 – Hoseman – John Smith - Assigned Hydrant 2)

Fact, we have captured over 20,000 firefighter's names that have died in the line of duty since 1852. This colossal textbook of known firefighter's who have died in the line of duty will be completed for sale in November, 2016. Currently, this textbook is over 400 pages. In January of 2017, all the names will be added in our database and will be seen live under our Freedom Garden page of the Fallen Heroes. Look for the honor pages for the 2001, September 11 firefighter's who died for our country in the name of FREEDOM.

In the next few weeks you will have the opportunity to add your love ones name honoring the American Hero.

 

Line of Duty Death of Police Officer's

As history unfolds there is an average of 126 police officers that dies in the line of duty each year defending our community values?

As of July 20, 2016, the names of the slain officers are included. We know that 12 children under the age of 18 were left behind these past few weeks when their father was killed in the line of duty. I am sitting here on July 24, 2016, writing this letter and my prayers are with all the families. All lives matter! On Friday afternoon and Saturday morning, the final bell rang and tributes for the slain police officers were put to rest. They were from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, New York City, New York and Kansas City, Kansas.

Currently, Since January 2016 there are 68 police officers that have been killed protecting our communities. There are 148 children left behind. 

Fact, there has been 5,871 Police Officers that have died protecting our communities since 1981

Fact, there has been 4,364 Police Officers that have died protecting our communities since 1990

Fact, there has been 1,507 Police Officers who have died protecting our communities since 2006

Fact, our independent police officers research projects that we have under taken ourselves are true and accurate. We started with the first known police officer death listed on October 24, 1791. Sheriff Cornelius Hogeboom the Sheriff of Columbia County in the state of New York. 

Sheriff Hogeboom was issuing an eviction notice for none payment of rent. The current resident did not want to accept the eviction notice and killed the Sherriff in a massive gun fight. Since, 1791 there has been 20,789 police officers killed in the line of duty. How many children were left behind?

Fact, we have captured over 18,000 police officers names confirmed that have died in the line of duty since 1791. This colossal textbook of known police officers who have died in the line of duty will be completed for sale in November, 2016. Currently, this textbook is over 475 pages.

In January of 2017, all the names will be added in our database and will be seen live under our Freedom Garden page of Fallen Heroes. Look for the honor pages for the 2001 September 11 police officers who died for our country in the name of FREEDOM.

Fact, initially there were 72 police officers who died during the WTC collapse. Since 2001 to current there were 110 police officers who have succumbed to the illness of the WTC by product of Cancer agents that were in the air for months and years during and after clean up. Every September the new information will be released as public record.

In the next few weeks you will have the opportunity to add your love ones name honoring the American Hero.


Line of Duty Death of United States Military and support Personnel

As history unfolds there is has been 1.1 Million U.S. Military and support personnel that died in the line of duty. Below is the War time death toll to date. These men and women are the backbone of our country.

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/updates/many-americans-died-u-s-wars

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_military_casualties_of_war


Currently, Since January 2016 there are 21 Armed Forces that have been killed protecting our communities. There are 38 children left behind. 

Fact, there has been 1.1 Million United States Armed Forces and support personnel who were killed in the line of duty defending our country since 1776

Fact, there has been 8,417 United States Armed that have died protecting our country since 1990.

Fact, there has been 5,014 United States Armed that have died protecting our country on Global War on Terror.

Fact, can you tell us how many children since 1776 that grew up without a parent? They all took an oath to uphold there U.S. Constitution. 

Fact, can you believe you just read one of the most demanding numbers of Firefighters, Police Officers, and US Military and all support personnel who have died since 1776 serving and protecting our country.

Fact, since 1852, 20,403 firefighters have been killed in the line of duty!

Fact, since 1792, 20,789 Police Officers have been killed in the line of duty! 

Fact, since 1776, 1.1 Million US Armed Forces personnel have been killed in the line of duty!

Total Firefighter's, Police Officer's and U.S. Military Armed Forces and support personnel who have died defending our nation!

Fact, undisputed! 1,141,192 - Since 1776.

Fact, No one can guess the amount of children left behind when their parent took the oath of office to serve and protect our community and/or country.

We are basing our figures from 1900 to date that with the action reports we have read the average American Hero had 2 children. So can we say that over 2,000,000 (2 million) children have been affected by these deaths. 

Welcome to the first dedication nonprofit organization in the world that is here to help and assist the child and/or parent of a fallen hero.
Your donations are important to help fund programs to help the child and family who were left behind. 

Since July 01, 2016, - 10 firefighters have died defending our communities,

Since July 01, 2016, - 18 police officers have died defending our communities,

Since July 01, 2016, -   6 United States Armed Force and/or support Personnel have died defending our Country.

Yes, with your help we can address this horrific number by supporting the child (ren) and spouse who were left behind. There has been 18 children to date for this month alone who were left behind.

We are averaging 481 children who are left behind per year. We need your help to fund additional programs. How to handle the amount of money one receives after the line item death benefit is released. Our TD Bank advisors are ready to guide and help you cope with the funds. We will respond to help the family in need and to help the family move forward after the community support move on leaving them to cope with the unknown.

We are here for the children and spouse left behind. All they have to do is call the Dreamwish Hotline number for assistance. 1.844.Dreamwish

Sincerely, Marc

email address - founder@aecdf.org