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  • Fisher House

    The Fisher House program provides a “home away from home” when it is needed most, for families of patients receiving medical care at major military and VA medical centers.

    The homes provide temporary free lodging and are located close to medical centers and hospitals, so families can be together during a medical crisis.

    The houses have up to 21 suites, with private bedrooms and baths. Families share a common kitchen, laundry facilities, a warm dining room and an inviting living room. Fisher House Foundation ensures that there is never a lodging fee.

    Since inception, the program has saved military and veterans’ families an estimated $320 million in out of pocket costs for lodging and transportation.

    Fisher House Foundation also operates the Hero Miles Program, using donated frequent flyer miles to bring family members to the bedside of injured service members as well as the Hotels for Heroes program using donated hotel points to allow family members to stay at hotels near medical centers without charge.

    The Foundation also manages a grant program that supports other military charities and scholarship funds for military children, spouses and children of fallen and disabled veterans.

    Support the invaluable work of the Fisher House Foundation and donate today.

    • Disabled and Injured
    • Education Programs
    • Military Families
    • Suicide and Mental Health
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Blue Star Families

    Did you know that military children attend, on average, between 6 and 9 schools before they graduate? That military spouses face a staggering 18% unemployment rate compared to a national rate of 4%? That isolation from the larger civilian community is one of the top challenges identified by military families?

    In order to sustain an All Volunteer Force, we must support the needs of those serving our country.

    Blue Star Families is committed to building, strengthening and leading military family communities across the country and the world. We know military families because we are military families. 100,000 members and 35 chapters strong, we are making a difference every day.

    Help our military families thrive, so that our service members can continue to serve. Support Blue Star Families. Donate now.

    • Education Programs
    • Military Families
    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    • Returning to Work
    • Suicide and Mental Health
  • Operation Support Our Troops America

    Founded in 2003, Operation Support Our Troops – America (OSOT) is a grassroots effort that has become one of the largest volunteer-based military support organizations in the country. More than 500 volunteers give more than 10,000 hours annually in service.

    Their mission is to support the morale and wellbeing of American forces by providing comfort, resources and education to them and their families both while they are deployed and upon their return.

    OSOT’s programs have served members of the military community from all across the United States. As a non-profit organization, they provide the opportunity for every American to express their appreciation and also offer support for our troops.

    Engaged in the longest war of our country’s history and with our servicemen and women completing multiple tours of duty, they are committed to showing active-duty military and returning veterans that we have not forgotten.

    Donate today to stand with OSOT and show your gratitude to our nation’s heroes.

    • Disabled and Injured
    • Education Programs
    • Homelessness
    • Military Families
    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    • Returning to Work
    • Suicide and Mental Health
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • VFW National Home for Children

    The VFW National Home for Children was founded in 1925 as a place where the families left behind by war – mothers and children, brothers and sisters – could remain together, keeping the family circle intact even when their serviceman didn’t come home.

    Today’s families face different challenges – reintegration, post-traumatic stress, high unemployment and rehabilitation from battlefield injuries – and the National Home has evolved over a decades-long history to meet those changing needs.

    Since its founding, the VFW National Home for Children has grown from an old frame farm house to a sprawling campus with playgrounds, park areas, and multiple buildings, including single-family homes, a community center and gymnasium, child care facility, guest lodge, chapel and administrative offices.

    The National Home has evolved to meet the changing needs of America’s military and veterans’ families. Through it all, one thing has remained constant: a commitment to honor our nation’s veterans and active-duty military by providing help and hope for their children and families.

    Honor the men and women who fought for our freedom. Donate today and help the National Home to continue to provide invaluable support for military children and families.

    • Education Programs
    • Homelessness
    • Military Families
  • MOAA Military Family Initiative

    Serving the financial wellness needs of uniformed service families

    The MOAA Military Family Initiative (MOAA MFI) is a 501(c)(3) subsidiary foundation of MOAA, the largest and most influential military service organization in the nation. The foundation’s mission is to fund financial wellness programs and services that help active-duty troops and veterans of all ranks, their families and their survivors sustain the quality of life they so richly deserve. We fund programs in five areas of critical military family financial wellness need:

    • Career Transition
    • Military Spouse Career Development
    • Warrior Family Reintegration
    • Financial Education Outreach
    • VA Disability Claims Information, Assistance and Referral

    Make a difference today to military families. Support the outstanding work of the MOAA Military Family Initiative and donate now.

    • Education Programs
    • Military Families
    • Returning to Work
  • Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund

    • Thousands of service members have already received care at Intrepid Spirit centers
    • More than 90% success rate of patients returning to duty

    The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund is a leader in supporting the men and women of the Armed Forces and their families.

    Since 2000, the Fund has provided close to $200 million in support for the families of military personnel lost in service to our nation, and for severely wounded military personnel and veterans.

    Today the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund is helping military personnel suffering the effects of traumatic brain injury and psychological health conditions by building a series of facilities, called ‘Intrepid Spirit’ centers, in which these injuries can be diagnosed and treated.

    The Fund is building nine ‘Intrepid Spirit’ centers. Over $55 million has been raised to date and the first five centers are now in operation. A sixth center is under construction, and raising the remaining $35 million will guarantee that the remaining three centers can be built and put into operation to support our wounded heroes in uniform.

    Make a contribution to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund today, and play a part in building their next center.

    • Disabled and Injured
    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    • Suicide and Mental Health
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • National Military Family Association

    • 58,000 kids served since 2004 at Operation Purple® Camps
    • 3,243 families have experienced a VFW National Home retreat since 2009
    • In 2015 45% of children accepted were from a family of the wounded, ill or injuredThe National Military Family Association is the leading nonprofit dedicated to serving the families who stand behind the uniform.

    Since 1969, NMFA has worked to strengthen and protect millions of families through its advocacy and programs. They provide spouse scholarships, camps for military kids, and retreats for families reconnecting after deployment and for the families of the wounded, ill, or injured.

    NMFA serves the families of active-duty military and retired, wounded or fallen members of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard, and Commissioned Corps of the USPHS and NOAA.

    Support our nation’s heroes and the families who make it possible for them to serve by donating to NMFA now.

    • Education Programs
    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    • Suicide and Mental Health
    • Returning to Work
  • Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America

    Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) is the leading post-9/11 veteran empowerment organization (VEO) with the most diverse and rapidly growing membership in America. As a non-profit founded in 2004, IAVA’s mission is to connect, unite and empower post-9/11 veterans. Celebrating its 11th year anniversary, IAVA has connected more than 1.2 million veterans with resources and community, and provided more than 5,800 veterans with personalized support from IAVA’s Master’s level social workers.

    Start making a difference in the lives of post-9/11 veterans, and donate to IAVA today.

    • Education Programs
    • Military Families
    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    • Returning to Work
    • Suicide and Mental Health
  • Armed Services YMCA of San Diego

    Since 1920, the Armed Services YMCA San Diego has made military life easier by offering no-cost and low-cost programs for service members and their families. The Armed Services YMCA San Diego’s mission is to enhance the lives of service members and their families in mind, body, and spirit through programs and services that are relevant to the unique challenges of military life.

    They support thousands of military families every year with in-home counseling services and urgent needs support, including gas and food vouchers. Their Youth Enrichment Programs provide a place to create new friendships, smiling faces and unforgettable experiences for hundreds of military children. They provide aid for wounded warriors at the Naval Medical Center San Diego, including recreational therapy and social support.

    They believe that a service member enlists but the whole family serves. For this reason they continue to focus on meeting the needs of all members of military families.

    Donate today to make a difference to the lives of our nation’s heroes and the families that serve behind them.

    • Disabled and Injured
    • Education Programs
    • Military Families
    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    • Suicide and Mental Health
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Association of the United States Army

    Since 1950 the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) has worked to support all aspects of national security while advancing the interests of America’s Army and the men and women who serve.

    AUSA is a private, non-profit educational organization that supports America’s Army - Regular Army, National Guard, Reserve, Retirees, Government Civilians, Wounded Warriors, Veterans, concerned citizens and family members. AUSA provides numerous professional development opportunities at a variety of events both local and national.

    AUSA has 120 chapters located worldwide, made up entirely of volunteers. AUSA and its chapters have contributed over $2,000,000 to awards, scholarships, and support of soldier and family programs. Membership of AUSA is open to all army ranks and all components, along with community businesses, defense industry companies and anyone who subscribes to the philosophy of a strong national defense.

    AUSA is a dedicated team committed to building the best professional and representative association for the world’s best army.

    Join the team; support the work of AUSA and donate now.

    • Education Programs
    • Returning to Work
  • Got Your 6

    Got Your 6 is a campaign that unites nonprofit, Hollywood, and government partners. They believe that veterans are leaders, team builders, and problem solvers who have the unique potential to strengthen communities across the country.

    As a coalition, Got Your 6 works to integrate these perspectives into popular culture, engage veterans and civilians together to foster understanding, and empower veterans to lead in their communities.

    Got Your 6 knows that most veterans leave the military seeking new challenges, and the campaign ensures that there are opportunities for them to continue their service.

    In the military, “Got your six” means “I’ve got your back.” The saying originated with World War I fighter pilots referencing a pilot’s rear as the six o’clock position. It is now a ubiquitous term in the military that highlights the loyalty and cooperation found in military culture. Got Your 6 chose this term because it is emblematic of the many skills that veterans bring back into their communities when they return home.

    Support the work of Got Your 6 today.

    • Education Programs
    • Military Families
    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    • Returning to Work
    • Suicide and Mental Health
  • New England Center and Home for Veterans

    The New England Center and Home for Veterans (NECHV), founded in 1989, is one of the nation’s largest private resources for veterans facing challenges and homelessness.

    NECHV offers an array of services that facilitate success, reintegration, meaningful employment and independent living.

    The organization was founded when a group of Vietnam Veterans, dismayed by the high rate of homelessness, proposed to convert a building located in downtown Boston into the Vietnam Veterans Workshop (VVW). 1996 saw the addition of a female dormitory.

    In November 2008, the New England Shelter for Homeless Veterans became the New England Center for Homeless Veterans to better reflects the all-encompassing resources that the organization now provides.

    Make a difference today – support the invaluable work of the NECHV and donate now.

    • Disabled and Injured
    • Education Programs
    • Homelessness
    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    • Returning to Work
    • Suicide and Mental Health
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Soldiers’ Angels

    Soldiers’ Angels provides aid and comfort to the men and women of the United States Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, their families, and a growing veteran population.

    Thousands of Soldiers’ Angels ‘Angel’ volunteers assist veterans, wounded, deployed personnel, and their families in a variety of unique and effective ways. “May No Soldier Go Unloved” encapsulates the motivation behind Soldiers’ Angels.

    Their volunteers have sent hundreds of thousands of care packages and millions of letters and cards to "adopted" deployed service members, supplied the wounded with over 25,000 of their First Response Backpacks, and provided voice-controlled/adaptive laptops to over 6,000 severely-wounded service members.

    Soldiers’ Angels has many programs that support our military families, deployed service members, wounded service members and veterans. Most would not be possible without the support of the Angels who dedicate their time, money and talents, to the organization.

    Support the work of Soldiers’ Angels and show your appreciation for our nation’s heroes by donating now.

    • Disabled and Injured
    • Military Families
    • Returning to Work
    • Suicide and Mental Health
  • Army Historical Foundation

    The Army Historical Foundation is currently leading the fundraising efforts for the National Museum of the U.S. Army.

    The proposed National Museum of the United States Army will serve as the capstone of the Army Museum System and provide the only comprehensive portrayal of Army history and traditions. The National Army Museum will celebrate the selfless service and sacrifice of over 30 million men and women who have worn the Army uniform since 1775. The Museum will be a technological marvel incorporating the latest advances in museum exhibits while providing advanced educational opportunities that will capture the attention of visitors old and young.

    As the Army’s national landmark, the Museum will honor United States Soldiers – past, present, and future – and provide an interactive educational experience explaining the Army’s role in creating and defending our nation, as well as the Army’s social initiatives and contributions for more than 240 years.

    The National Army Museum will be located on over 80 acres at Fort Belvoir, VA, less than 30 minutes south of our nation’s capital in Washington, D.C. The main building will be approximately 186,000 square feet and display selections from over 15,000 pieces from the Army Art Collection and 30,000 artifacts, documents, and images. The vast majority of these rare and priceless artifacts have never been seen by the American people.

    Together we can help build the National Army Museum. Pledge a monthly donation with Veterans Call today and see the Museum come to life.

    • Education Programs
    • Military Families

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