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As Seen on Family Heritage Stories TV Show


If the stories of Veterans, Firefighters, Police Officers and Hospital Workers are not COLLECTED, PRESERVED and DISTRIBUTED those stories become lost and their courage, valor and service is forgotten.



Everyone has a story. First responder heroes have lots of stories ... some that are below the surface and take care & consideration to gather.



We consider it an  honor to earn the trust of heros and help them save their stories for the next generation. 



Hero Salute Stories need to be heard, seen and felt through the power of video on TV and online.

Veteran Salute

Hero Salute Stories, inspired by Vietnam Veterans of the 159th Medical Evacuation Unit "Dustoff," preserves remarkable veteran, firefighters, police officer and hospital worker heroes experiences, through personal interviews with longtime TV broadcaster Doug Jessop.


These courageous medics and pilots, who completed over 1000 missions and saved more than 3000 lives, inspired a special 30-minute TV program highlighting their camaraderie and dedication with the motto "Anyone. Anywhere. Anytime."


Now featured weekly on the ABC affiliate "Family Heritage Stories," airing across Utah, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, and Arizona, as well as streaming online, we aim to broaden our reach to feature more Hero Salute Stories to areas with military bases across the nation. Join us to help more veterans to preserve their stories and distribute them on TV through your generous donations. 


Interview Examples


Hero Salute Stories needs your support! Contribute now to help make it possible to save and share more Hero Salute Stories on TV and online. Donations go through the Fedora Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit that supports the collection, preservation and distribution of diverse stories of traditions, values and cultures. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Family Heritage Stories TV show is made possible by the generous support of viewers and underwriters.

Underwriters/sponsors benefit from the "halo effect" of being associated with Family Heritage Stories and its mission to collect, preserve and distribute diverse stories of traditions, values and culture. Nearly 85% of consumers believe such marketing creates a positive image for underwriters/sponsors

If you would like to partner your brand with a specific feature story category, please contact the Development Director for the Fedora Foundation, Krista Numbers, at





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