The Ironmen Foundation
Helping the Innocent Victims of War

Our heroes have suffered.
Their children have suffered, too. 
Boy Receiving Flag from Soldier
                           Photo by Aaron Thompson, The Daily News Journal– Courtesy of The Tennessean

The IronMen Foundation's sole purpose is to provide scholarship
for the children of our slain and disabled U.S. warriors.

Our first fund raising project was the building and
auctioning of a car we called the "Metal of Honor"

This 1932 Ford roadster was built entirely by volunteers and entirely
from parts donated by America's premier hot rod parts suppliers.

  Now, we are proud to announce our new Fund Raising Effort. It will be called "Dress Blues"
This 1934 Ford Pick Up Truck will be built in 2016, toured in 2017 and auctioned at the prestigious Barrett-Jackson/Scottsdale auction in January of 2018.

Operation Scholarships ... Mission Accomplished
In January, 2015 The IronMen Foundation awarded our first ten scholarships to the Children of our Slain and Disabled Heroes. This past July, the IronMen Foundation was honored to have Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, Sammy Davis, hand a second check for $50,000, on our behalf, to Major Dan Rooney, Director of the Folds of Honor Foundation. Now, the IronMen Foundation has contributed  20 scholarships ($5,000 per year for 4 years) to 10 current students and 10 future students through our partnership with the Folds of Honor Foundation. We are proud the be involved in the lives of U.S. military families who have sacrificed so much in America's struggle for peace in a hostile world. 
God bless our men and women in uniform and their families. God bless America.

n the War on Terror alone, thousands of children have lost a military parent. When a parent is gone, so too is the congratulations from a proud dad after a Little League game. Gone are the heart-to-heart conversations after tough days at school. Gone is the nurturing advice from a Mom or Dad about troubles with a boyfriend or girlfriend. What's more, years later, gone is the families ability to provide for a higher education. 

The IronMen Foundation can't take away the pain, but, with the help of appreciative, caring Americans like yourself, we can minimize the loss by providing for our heroes' childrens’ the college educations they desire and deserve.. That is the sole purpose of The IronMen Foundation.

We shamelessly solicit your participation in our efforts on behalf of these kids. 

We have pledged our efforts to raise funds for these scholarships. Our first effort was the building of the hot rod we called Metal of Honor.

Who We Are

The IronMen Foundation was founded in 2007 soley for the purpose to Provide Scholarships to the Children of Slain and Disabled U.S. Warriors. We are simply a group of American Patriots, from all walks of life.

Our Vision was to do something significant to support American Heroes' Families.

Our First Project was the construction of a very special automobile ... the "Metal of Honor"

We invited businesses in the Hot Rod industry to partner with us to build the car so we could:

  1. Capture the Attention of the American People;
  2. Dramatize the Educational Dilemma of the Children of our American Heroes;
  3. Tour a Car made from the Excellent Products of our Donor Partners—the Manufacturers who make the best products in the Hot Rod industry;
  4. Create a desire to own this car;
  5. Raise as Much Money for Scholarships as Possible in an Auction.

Our Board of Directors all serve voluntarily. We invite our friends, fellow church members, acquaintances, hot rod lovers, business owners, civic leaders, military personnel, government officials and celebrities to join us in this cause.

This will put it all in perspective ...

This 1932 Ford Roadster, honoring our Fallen Heroes, was built by The IronMen Foundation. It toured America throughout 2011 on its way to the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, AZ in January 2012. The car was purchased for $150,000 at the auction. The proceeds from the auction will fund scholarships for the children of our slain and disabled warriors.

Built from brand new parts generously donated by American companies, it was built in Island Lake, IL ... in space donated to us by Custom Classics Restorations ... totally by the hands of IronMen Foundation volunteers. The car was built to the specs of Ford designer John Caswell. Stunning, in shades of green the car honors the men and women who have stood in harm’s way to defend our freedoms.