• Welcome To
    Snowball Express
    Serving The Children of Our Fallen Military Heroes
  • Welcome To
    Snowball Express
    Serving The Children of Our Fallen Military Heroes
  • Welcome To
    Snowball Express
    Serving The Children of Our Fallen Military Heroes
  • Welcome To
    Snowball Express
    Serving The Children of Our Fallen Military Heroes

Serving the children of our fallen military heroes Snowball Express Could Use Your Help!

To Our Sponsors, Donors, and Volunteers

You Help Us Serve The Children of Our Fallen Military Heroes

Words can not sufficiently express how much you mean to the success of our program. The largest gathering in the world of children and families of America’s fallen military heroes, would not be possible without your tremendous support. Your time, talents, and funding make this program possible.  You are changing lives, giving hope, creating wonderful memories, and inspiring these children to realize that anything they dream of doing is possible to accomplish.

Your donation changes the lives of families who have lost a loved one protecting our nation. With your contribution, we give heartbroken children who have seen their darkest hour something they need: happy new memories and love. And, your support honors the fallen who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.

Snowball Express is one of the few charities dedicated to the children of our nation’s fallen military heroes, but we need your help to accomplish this goal. We need your help to honor these sacrifices, and to give hope for those left behind. Visit our Support page to make the difference.

Annual Events

2017 Fort Worth 5K/10K Fort Worth, Texas Sat - Oct 28, 2017

Snowball Express XII Dallas, Texas Sat - Dec 09, 2017 to Wed - Dec 13, 2017

2017 Walk of Gratitude To Be Determined Sun - Dec 10, 2017

Latest News

This year was our first Snowball Express and while we were there, we marked our 5th month anniversary of losing my husband. It isn’t easy to put into words what Snowball Express meant to my 8-year-old daughter and me but I will try. I guess the easiest way to explain it is to simply state that it was the first time since losing my husband that I went 5 days in a row without crying. Sure, there were a few moments of filling up with tears.

However, those were tears of gratitude and pride as our group was shown so much love and respect from the citizens of DFW and the Snowball Staff and Volunteers. Many people have asked me what my favorite part of the experience was. My answer to them is also simple. Â My favorite part was having so much fun with my daughter and seeing the joy in her face and witnessing her unbridled laugh for the first time in a long time. It was 5 days of feeling a bit more normal in the most abnormal year of my life.

Jennifer Hanson, Widow of LCDR Keith Hanson, USN


We Honor
SSG Jesse Williams, USA SGT Michael Ristau, USA MAJ Dave Audo, USA SSG Terrell Robinson, USA CAPT James Nehl, USA SFC Joseph Ferlicka, USA SSG Joshua Pratt, USA SFC Kelly Martin Bolor, USA SPC Ramon Mata Jr, USA CWO3 Jonathan Gibson, USN MSGT Steven Monnin, USAF 1STLT David Hudnall, USA SPC John Sullivan, USA SGT Jason Luong, USA CAPT Douglas Dicenzo, USA SGT Michael Knapp, USA SGT David Stephens, USA CWO2 Edward Cantrell, USA SFC Ofren Arrechaga, USA PO2 Jaime Jaenke, USN SSGT Aaron Parker, USAF SGT Wesley Rice, USMC SFC Ronald Grider, USA SGT Nicholas Patterson, USA SSG Elvis Bourdon, USA
As One of Our Fallen Heroes

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