Honor Tree

Honor those who protect and serve this holiday season with a special tribute to fallen officers. First created by Troop 218 in Overland Park, KS, Scouts came up with the idea to honor fallen police officers with a special tree at the Johnson County Sheriff's Department. Every ornament on the tree bears the names of officers who made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting their communities.

Create Your Own Honor Tree

Create an Honor Tree in the headquarters of your local law enforcement agency as a tribute to fallen officers. The process is not only rewarding, but will help build a relationship between your Scouting unit and community law enforcement agency.

  • Funds are available to assist in creating your unit's Honor Tree
  • Plan includes customizable Honor Tree templates for your unit

Watch KMBC 9 News coverage about the Honor Tree Program

How to Participate

Creating an Honor Tree will build a lasting bond with first responders and is a great way to teach Scouts a valuable life lesson. The process is also easier than you think! It's not to late to participate and funding is available for units within the Heart of America Council. 


Contact: Chris Faoro - 913.481.7399 or cfaoro@nationsholding.com