Our mission is to Remember, Honor and Teach as we place a wreath upon the gravesites at the Houston National Cemetery.

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About Us

Welcome to Wreaths Across America - Houston

The Wreaths Across America story began over 25 years ago when Worcester Wreath Company (a for-profit commercial business from Harrington, Maine) began a tradition of placing wreaths on the headstones of our Nation’s fallen heroes at Arlington National Cemetery.

Over the years, Worcester Wreath has sponsored countless wreaths which were placed by volunteers in a wreath laying ceremony each December.

OUR PARTNERS

Our Corporate Sponsors

Corporate Sponsors are very important to making Wreaths Across America – Houston a success.
We want to extend a special thanks to all of you.

Always honoring our American Military.

Help us honor the over 90,000 men and women laid to rest at the Houston National Cemetery with a remembrance wreath. Wreaths are only $15, so every dollar makes a difference.

Will you help as we honor our American Military…

One Wreath At A Time.

WAAH Events

Our Upcoming Events

Wreath Set-up Day

Friday, December 17th, 2021
Houston National Cemetery

Wreath Day 2021

Saturday, December 18th, 2021
11AM - Houston National Cemetery

Clean Up Day

Saturday, January 22nd, 2022
9AM - Houston National Cemetery

COVID Information:

Currently there are no requirements or restrictions added to the program. Wreaths Across America-Houston will work to make the event as efficient as possible and to avoid close contact where we can. Wearing of masks are encourage in close contact areas but not required.