The 50 stars on the flag have been created by iconic Americans carefully chosen both for their personal achievements and their commitment to serving others.

The impressions that make up the red and white stripes and the blue field have been placed by patriotic Americans, regardless of race, gender, age, or ethnicity.

The 50 Flag for Hope Stars represent a never-before-attempted, never-to-be-repeated collaboration of epic proportion. Each icon has personally created his or her star and shared a message of hope, freedom and unity.


Each Flag for Hope Star Individually Painted His or Her Star
and signed the back of the Flag.

1. Senator John McCain
2. Justice Sandra Day O’Connor
3. Muhammad Ali
4. Battalion Chief Jack Pritchard
5. Lee Ielpi
6. John Mara
7. Bonnie Blair
8. Nadia Comaneci & Bart Connor
9. George Foreman
10. Bob Wieland
11. Randy White
12. Helene Neville
13. Eric Heiden
14. Kris Kristofferson
15. Alan Hassenfeld
16. Captain Florent Groberg
18. Bill Walton
19.  Ann Meyers Drysdale
20. Anita L. DeFrantz
21. Richard “Dick” Enberg
22. Lieutenant Brian Sweeney
23. Dr. Leonard Bailey
24. Tom Dreesen
25. Gary Keller
26. Ronnie Lott
27. Mike Love
28. Rick & Dick Hoyt
29. Billie Jean King
30. Bill Self
31. Pat Boone
32. Rafer Johnson
33. Tom Selleck
34. Jackie Joyner Kersee
35. Dr. Craig Mello
36. Gloria & Emilio Estefan
37. Tamika Catchings
38. Smokey Robinson
39. Andy Garcia
40. Admiral Patrick M. Walsh
41. Jack Nicklaus
42. Lieutenant General Michelle Johnson
43. Carlos Santana
44. Harvey Mackay
45. Roger Staubach
46. General Tom Ryan
47. Sargent Melvin Morris
48. Major General James Livingston
49. Brigadier General Michael Neil
50. General Colin Powell

Americans Unite in Times of Tragedy

June 23rd, 2016|Categories: Flag for Hope, News|

America is resilient and strong. In times of tragedy, Americans unite in a common purpose. To celebrate that strength and unity, the Flag for Hope has visited significant sites where there has been an

Notable American Hands

June 21st, 2016|Categories: Flag for Hope, News|

In addition to the 50 Iconic Americans who each individually painted their stars, hundreds of other exceptional Americans contributed their hand impressions. Some of those notables include: Mike Haynes – Pro Football Hall of Fame