82nd Airborne Division Association Educational Fund
PO BOX 65089, Fayetteville, NC 28304-7482
Phone: 281 346-2546
Web Site: http://www.82ndairborneassociation.org
Mission: The 82nd Airborne Division Association Educational Fund provides college and university grants to former active duty members of the 82nd as well as dependent children of association members.
AAAA Scholarship Foundation, Inc.
755 Main Street, Suite 4D, Monroe, CT 06468-2830
Phone: 203 268-2450
Web Site: http://www.quad-a.org
Mission: Scholarships for Army Aviation Association of America members and selected dependents. AAAA pays all Foundation expenses. 100% of donations applied to awards.
Air Force Association
1501 Lee Highway, Arlington, VA 22209
Phone: 800 727-3337
Web Site: http://www.afa.org
Mission: The Air Force Association educates the public about the critical role of aerospace power in the defense of our nation; advocates aerospace power and a strong national defense; and supports the United States Air Force, the Air Force family, and aerospace education.
Air Force Memorial Foundation
One Air Force Memorial Drive, Arlington, VA 22204
Phone: 703 979-0674
Web Site: http://www.airforcememorial.org
Mission: The United States Air Force Memorial honors the service and sacrifices of the men and women of the United States Air Force and its predecessor organizations,
Airmen Memorial Foundation
5211 Auth Road, Suitland, MD 20746
Phone: 800 638-0594
Web Site: http://www.hqafsa.org
Mission: Airmen helping Airmen: Air Force Active Duty, Guard, Reserves, active, retired and veteran enlisted personnel and their families receive scholarships, financial aid, and information.
4647 Forbes Blvd., Lanham, MD 20706
Phone: 800 810-7148
Web Site: http://www.amvetsnsf.org
Mission: Counsels and represents veterans and their dependents before the VA without charge. Provides support to veterans through service, community and youth-oriented programs to promote patriotism.
Angel Flight for Veterans
4620 Haygood Road, Suite 1, Virginia Beach, VA 23455
Phone: 800 296-1217
Web Site: http://www.angelflightveterans.org
Mission: Facilitating no-cost/reduced rate patient travel services to veteran/active duty military personnel/family members enabling access to distant medical evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation.
Any Soldier Inc.
P.O. Box 29, Hoagland, IN 46745
Phone: 866 639-6596
Web Site: http://www.AnySoldier.com
Mission: Supports troops directly using a searchable database of contacts in war zones. We provide everything necessary, no middleman. Any Soldier, Inc helps send servicemembers a touch of home.
Armed Forces Family Survivors Fund/Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund
One Intrepid Square, W. 46th Street & 12th Avenue, New York, NY 10036
Phone: 800 340-HERO
Web Site: http://www.fallenheroesfund.org
Mission: Supports military personnel severely injured in Iraq and Afghanistan and their families, with programs fostering a family healing process. Also known as Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.
Armed Forces Veterans Homes Foundation
5211 Auth Road, Suite 311, Suitland, MD 20746
Phone: 301 899-8386
Web Site: http://www.VetHomesFoundation.org
Mission: Helps America’s wounded warriors from all generations and wars overcome challenges of disabilities and aging by improving long-term nursing care and veteran quality of life.
Armed Services YMCA of the USA
6359 Walker Lane, Suite 200, Alexandria, VA 22310
Phone: 800 597-1260
Web Site: http://www.asymca.org
Mission: Supports military families of junior enlisted men and women many of whom have been deployed 5 of the last 8 years! One hundred and fifty programs, including childcare, separation counseling.
Blinded American Veterans Foundation
12817 Meadowood Drive, Silver Spring, MD 20904
Phone: 800 242-0161
Web Site: http://www.bavf.org
Mission: Helping blinded and sensory disabled veterans attain their maximum potential through research, rehabilitation, reemployment services. Free sensory aids lead to greater mobility and independence.
Bob Woodruff Family Foundation, Inc.
PO Box 955, Bristow, VA 20136
Phone: 703 853-2128
Web Site: http://www.ReMIND.org
Mission: Educating, collaborating, investing...healing the physical and hidden wounds of war to ensure the successful reintegration of returning injured service members.
Chief Petty Officer Scholarship Fund
328 Office Square Lane, Suite 101A, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Phone: 757 233-9136
Web Site: http://www.cposf.org
Mission: Helping to ensure that all CPO family members receive financial support to attend the community college, vocational college, college or university of their choice.
Coast Guard Auxiliary Association
9449 Watson Industrial Park, St. Louis, MO 63126
Phone: 314 962-8828
Web Site: http://www.cgaux.org
Mission: Promoting and insuring recreational boating safety, securing the homeland and protecting the environment.
Coast Guard Foundation
394 Taugwonk Rd., Stonington, CT
Phone: 860 535-0786
Web Site: http://www.coastguardfoundation.org
Mission: Provides scholarships to Coast Guard enlisted personnel and their dependents; supports family oriented facilities and welfare and morale programs at bases throughout the Country.
Comfort for America's Uniformed Services (CAUSE)
6315 Bren Mar Drive, Suite 175, Alexandria, VA 22312
Phone: 703 750-6458
Web Site: http://www.cause-usa.org
Mission: CAUSE organizes programs that promote recreation, relaxation and resiliency for members of the US Armed Services recuperating from injuries received in support of operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Congressional Medal of Honor Society Foundation
40 Patriots Point Road, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone: 843 884-8862
Web Site: http://www.cmohs.org
Mission: Perpetuate the Medal of Honor's legacy through outreach and collaborative efforts.
Raise funds for initiatives that promote what the Medal of Honor represents, operation of the Congressional Medal of Honor Society headquarters, and the public service activities of the Society's exclusive membership. Promote American values and the qualities of courage, sacrifice, and patriotism through increased awareness, education, behavior, and example.
P.O. Box 249, Randolph AFB, TX 78148-0249
Phone: 210 945-2113
Web Site: http://www.daedalians.org
Mission: The Daedalian Foundation provides scholarships and training to encourage young people towards a military career and supports improved methods of flight and flight safety.
Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Charitable Service Trust
3725 Alexandria Pike, Cold Spring, KY 41076
Phone: 859 441-7300
Web Site: http://www.cst.dav.org
Mission: The DAV Charitable Service Trust supports physical and psychological rehabilitation programs, meets the special needs of veterans with specific disabilities – such as amputation and blindness – and aids and shelters homeless veterans.
EOD Memorial Foundation
1611 Myrtlewood Lane, Niceville, FL 32578
Phone: 813 389-0351
Web Site: http://www.eodmemorial.org
Mission: The EOD Memorial Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to honoring the legacy of our fallen EOD Warriors by providing for maintenance and upkeep of the physical memorial at Eglin AFB, FL, funding and facilitating the annual EOD Memorial Ceremony & Ball, and providing scholarships to family members of active duty, former, retired, and fallen members of the EOD Community.
Fisher House Foundation
111 Rockville Pike, Suite 420, Rockville, MD 20850
Phone: 888 294-8560
Web Site: http://www.fisherhouse.org
Mission: The Fisher House program is a network of 30 comfort homes, each providing a
"home-away-from-home" for families of patients receiving medical care at major
military and VA medical centers. Fisher House Foundation, Inc. and many
individual houses are CFC participants.
22570 Markey Court, Suite 240, Dulles, VA 20166
Phone: 800 475-6620
Web Site: http://www.freedomalliance.org
Mission: Honor and encourage a strong national defense by supporting military service members and their families. Provides scholarships to children of military heroes; youth and leadership training.
Give 2 The Troops, Inc.
P.O. Box 445, Canton, CT 06019-1009
Phone: 888 876-6775
Web Site: http://www.give2thetroops.org
Mission: Supports the physical, moral, and spiritual health of America's armed forces in combat zones through the letters and packages prepared and shipped by caring individuals.
National Coalition For Homeless Veterans
333 1/2 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, Washington, DC 20003
Phone: 800 VET-HELP
Web Site: http://www.nchv.org
Mission: Supports our nation's former guardians. Helps to end homelessness among America's veterans by helping to ensure they receive food, housing, health services, job training and placement, legal aid.
Homes For Our Troops
6 Main St., Taunton, MA 02780
Phone: 508 823-3300
Web Site: http://www.homesforourtroops.org
Mission: Homes For Our Troops builds specially adapted, handicap-accessible homes for severely injured veterans across the country. The homes are provided at no cost to the veteran.
Hope For The Warriors
PMB 48, 1335 Suite E, Western Blvd., Jacksonville, NC 28546
Phone: 877 246-7349
Web Site: http://www.hopeforthewarriors.org
Mission: Provides life-long support for Wounded heroes and their families. Hope For The Warriors provides immediate needs grants, scholarships, professional development, wishes, family support, athletic rehabilitation, and advocacy.
Hospitalized Veterans Writing Project
5920 Nall, Suite 101, Mission, KS 66202
Phone: 913 432-1214
Web Site: http://www.veteransvoices.org
Mission: Supports recuperating veterans. A therapeutic writing program acknowledges veterans' experiences and builds self-esteem. The opportunity to be published brings pride, satisfaction and a small stipend.
Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund
825 College Blvd, Suite 102, PMB 609, Oceanside, CA 92057
Phone: 760 725-3680
Web Site: http://www.SemperFiFund.org
Mission: Provides financial assistance to Marines and Sailors critically injured and ill post 9-11 and their families as well as other servicemembers attached to Marine Units.
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, Inc.
292 Madison Avenue, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10017
Phone: 212 982-9699
Web Site: http://www.iava.org
Mission: IAVA addresses critical issues facing Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families, including mental health injuries, traumatic brain injury, high suicide rates and staggering unemployment.
Landstuhl Hospital Care Project
52 Seminole Trail, Fort Mitchell, AL 36856
Phone: 540 286-1512
Mission: Serves America's largest overseas U.S. military hospital, supporting wounded/injured military members hospitalized overseas in Afghanistan, Iraq, Germany and Kuwait, U.S. VA hospitals.
Marine Corps—Law Enforcement Foundation
10 Rockefeller Plaza, Suite 1007, New York, NY 10020
Phone: 877 606-1775
Web Site: http://www.mc-lef.org
Mission: Supporters of the MC-LEF, strongly believe that our nation's most precious resource is its youth. Since its inception in February 1995, MC-LEF has distributed aid with a value of more than $43,000,000 to eligible children. This assistance has primarily been rendered to children of Marines or Federal law enforcement personnel who were killed on duty or died under extraordinary circumstances while serving our country at home or abroad. These funds enable us to provide these children with scholarships for their higher education.
Marine Corps League Foundation Inc.
8626 Lee Highway, Suite 201, Fairfax, VA 22031
Phone: 800 625-1775
Web Site: http://www.mclfoundation.org
Mission: Provides scholarships, youth programs, disaster relief and humanitarian aid to Marine Corps families in need. We also provide Veterans facilities assistance.
Marine Corps University Foundation
PO Box 122, Quantico, VA
Phone: 888 368-5341
Web Site: http://www.mcuf.org
Mission: Ensuring Marines are "Armed with Insight." We provide Marines the tools to excel by providing resources that enhance and enrich professional military education and leadership.
Military Chaplains Association of the USA
P.O. Box 7056, Arlington, VA
Phone: 703 533-5890
Web Site: http://www.mca-usa.org
Mission: The Military Chaplains Association of the United States of America is a professional support and Veterans Service Organization dedicated to the religious freedom and spiritual welfare of our Armed Services members, Veterans, their families, and their survivors. Our Members are serving or have served in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Department of Veterans Affairs, or Air Force Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol chaplaincies. Our Associate Members come from among other chaplains, chaplain assistants, religious faith group leaders, and those interested in supporting military chaplaincy.
Military Child Education Coalition
909 Mountain Lion Circle, Harker Heights, TX 76548
Phone: 254 953-1923
Web Site: http://www.militarychild.org
Mission: The MCEC is a global organization committed to America's two million military-connected youth, supporting and advocating for quality educational opportunities through research, training, and resources.
Military Family and Veterans Service Organizations of America
1100 Larkspur Landing Circle, #340, Larkspur, CA 94939
Phone: 800 626-6526
Web Site: http://www.mvpsoa.org
Mission: Military, Veterans and Patriotic Service Organizations of America is a federation of non-profit charities helping to keep America strong, safe, and free. Our member charities serve veterans, including disabled and paralyzed veterans, providing housing assistance, job placement services and counseling. MVPSOA members provide scholarships for the children of veterans and service members. Our membership keep military history and traditions alive, and they build and maintain the museums and memorials to honor our country's soldiers living and dead.
Military Officers Association of America Scholarship Fund
201 N. Washington Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 800 234-6622
Web Site: http://www.moaa.org/scholarshipfund
Mission: Some of our military men and women have paid the ultimate sacrifice while protecting America's freedom. The MOAA Scholarship Fund helps provide scholarships to their children for undergraduate education.
National Conference on Ministry to the Armed Forces
7724 Silver Sage Court, Springfield, VA 22153
Phone: 703 608-2100
Web Site: http://www.ncmaf.org
Mission: The National Conference on Ministry to the Armed Forcesserves the spiritual needs of all men and women in the military, veterans and their families. NCMAF represents all major faith communities in the United States.
National Guard Youth Foundation
1001 N. Fairfax Street, Suite 205, Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703 684-5437
Web Site: http://www.ngyf.org
Mission: Reclaiming the lives of high school dropouts by giving at-risk youths a second chance to succeed in their life through education, scholarships, internships, and mentoring.
Naval Historical Foundation
1306 Dahlgren Avenue, SE, Washington Navy Yard, DC
Phone: 202 678-4333
Web Site: http://www.navyhistory.org
Mission: Dedicated to preserving the U.S. Navy's oral histories, photographs, and artifacts, commemorate veterans' service and sacrifice, and educate the American public about the importance of sea power.
8930 Fourwinds Drive, Suite 340, San Antonio, TX 78239
Phone: 800 722-6098
Web Site: http://www.operationhomefront.net
Mission: Operation Homefront provides emergency financial and other assistance to the families of our service members and wounded warriors.
Operation Troop Aid
9851 Codyview DR, Independence, KY 41051
Phone: 901 355-8844
Web Site: http://www.operationtroopaid.org
Mission: Operation Troop Aid is the premier care package provider to deployed U.S. Troops. We make a difference and inspire them by letting them know America stands with them.
Our Military Kids Inc.
6861 Elm St., Suite 2-A, McLean, VA 22101
Phone: 703 734-6654
Web Site: http://www.ourmilitarykids.org
Mission: Supports children of deployed National Guard and Reserve and all Wounded Warriors through grants for extracurricular activities and tutoring that sustain them during parent's absence.
Paralyzed Veterans of America Spinal Cord Injury Education and Training Foundation (ETF)
801 18th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006
Phone: 800 424-8200 x255
Web Site: http://www.pvaresearch.org
Mission: For more than 64 years, Paralyzed Veterans of America has been on a mission to change lives and build brighter futures for our seriously injured heroes—to empower these brave men and women with what they need to achieve the things they fought for: freedom and independence.
Pentagon Federal Credit Union Foundation
2930 Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703 838-1085
Web Site: http://www.penfedfoundation.org
Mission: The PenFed Foundation is a nonprofit national charity working to meet the unmet needs of the military personnel and their families in the areas of financial literacy, housing and support for the wounded. We seek to prevent medical emergencies turning into financial hardships for our nation’s defenders.
SEAL - Naval Special Warfare Foundation
PO Box 5965, Virginia Beach, VA 23471
Phone: 757 363-7490
Web Site: http://www.nswfoundation.org
Mission: The Navy SEAL Foundation's mission is to provide educational and motivational support, promote health and welfare programs for the Naval Special Warfare Community, and perpetuate the history and heritage of the U.S. Naval Commandos. Our Foundation is strong, our leadership is dedicated, and our mission is noble.
Segs 4 Vets/Disability Rights Advocates For Technology (DRAFT)
500 Fox Ridge Road, St. Louis, MO 63131
Phone: 314 965-4938
Web Site: http://www.draft.org
Mission: Disability Rights Advocates for Technology, DRAFT, represents people with disabilities who refuse to be defined by their disability and whose passionate enthusiasm for participating in life’s activities is supported by Universal Design and new and emerging technologies.
DRAFT provides advocacy and education services as an advocate for the adoption of Universally Designed Technology Solutions. We believe they are the only sustainable approach for continued improvement in quality of life issues affecting people with disabilities and senior citizens.
Servicemembers Legal Defense Network
PO Box 65301, Washington, DC
Phone: 202 328-3244
Web Site: http://www.sldn.org
Mission: To bring Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell to an end, either legislatively or judicially. Once that has happened, SLDN will remain dedicated to dismantling this oppressive and discriminatory regime within the military and assisting service members who are harmed by it during the transition.
Sew Much Comfort
13805 Frontier Lane, Burnsville, MN 55337
Phone: 952 431-6233
Web Site: http://www.sewmuchcomfort.org
Mission: Provides free adaptive clothing (velcro closures) for wounded service members. Adaptive clothing looks like normal civilian attire while accommodating their injuries to aide their recovery.
1333 Corporate Drive, Suite 105, Irving, TX 75038
Phone: 817 944-3305
Web Site: http://www.snowballexpress.org
Mission: Snowball Express started in early 2006 with a simple idea: Provide hope and new memories to the children of military fallen heroes who have died while on active duty since 9/11.
1792 E. Washington Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91104
Phone: 615 676-0239
Web Site: http://www.soldiersangels.org
Mission: Soldiers’ Angels provides over twenty unique and effective programs supporting our deployed troops, military families, wounded and veterans. We specialize in unmet needs for those who serve.
Special Operations Warrior Foundation
P.O. Box 13483, Tampa, FL
Phone: 813 805-9400
Web Site: http://www.specialops.org
Mission: The Special Operations Warrior Foundation provides full scholarship grants and educational and family counseling to the surviving children of special operations personnel who die in operational or training missions and immediate financial assistance to severely wounded, special operations personnel and their families.
Tragedy Assistance Program For Survivors (TAPS)
1777 F Street, NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20006
Phone: 202 588-8277
Web Site: http://www.taps.org
Mission: TAPS cares for military families when a death occurs, including grief support, children's camps, 24/7 information line, community based care, and bereavement counseling referrals.
Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship Foundation
PO Box 83395, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Phone: 310 215-3985
Web Site: http://www.taisf.org
Mission: To preserve the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen by providing scholarships to assist financially disadvantaged and deserving students in the pursuit of their college education.
Unit Scholarship Fund
P.O. Box 73338, Fort Bragg, NC 28307
Phone: 910 624-2304
Web Site: http://www.unitscholarshipfund.org
Mission: To provide merit-based scholarships to the dependents of current and former members of a highly specialized unit within the United States Army Special Operations Command.
United States Army Warrant Officers Association Scholarship Foundation
462 Herndon Parkway, Suite 207, Herndon, VA 20710
Phone: 703 742-7727
Web Site: http://www.usawoa.org/woasf
Mission: Awarding scholarships to members of United States Army Warrant Officers Association and their families to help them achieve the American Dream.
USA Cares Inc.
562 B North Dixie Blvd., Suite 3, Radcliff, KY 40160
Phone: 800 773-0387
Web Site: http://www.usacares.org
Mission: USA Cares exists to help bear the burdens of service by providing post-9/11 military families with financial and advocacy support in their time of need. Assistance is provided to all branches of service, all components, all ranks while protecting the privacy and dignity of those military families and veterans who request our help.
National Veterans Foundation
9841 Airport Bvd. Suite 418, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Phone: 888 777-4443
Web Site: http://www.nvf.org
Mission: To support the nation's only toll-free Crisis Management, Information and Referral "Lifeline" serving ALL veterans and their families; outreach to homeless veterans; public education programs.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation
406 W. 34th Street, Suite 514, Kansas City, MO 64111
Phone: 816 968-1128
Web Site: http://www.vfwfoundation.org
Mission: The VFW Foundation supports a wide range of programs and services for veterans, active duty military and their families. All VFW Foundation programs are non-political, free and require no VFW affiliation for assistance. From financial assistance for families of deployed troops to assisting veterans with benefits claims to providing prepaid phone cards for soldiers overseas, the VFW Foundation is there to provide assistance to those who deserve it most.
Veterans of Foreign Wars National Home for Children
3573 S. Waverly Road, Eaton Rapids, MI 48827
Phone: 800 424-8360
Web Site: http://www.vfwnationalhome.org
Mission: Since its founding in 1925, the National Home has served as a living memorial to America's veterans by helping our nation's veteran and military families. Through our Helpline and our on-campus programs, we help families and children through times of crisis, both on our beautiful campus and in their own communities nationwide
Veterans Support Foundation
8719 Colesville Road, Suite 100, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Phone: 301 585-4000 x126
Web Site: http://www.vsf-usa.org
Mission: Veterans committed to bettering the lives of today's disabled veterans and their families by awarding grants to provide essential housing, education and medical needs.
Women In Military Service For America Memorial Foundation
200 N. Glebe Rd, Suite 400, Arlington, VA
Phone: 800 222-2294
Web Site: http://www.womensmemorial.org
Mission: The Foundation operates and maintains the only major national memorial and education center honoring all American servicewomen throughout history and educate the public about women's service.
Wounded Warrior Emergency Support Fund
PO Box 132410, Tyler, TX
Phone: 301 588-3283
Web Site: http://www.airwarriorcourage.org
Mission: The Air Warrior Courage Foundation is an affiliate of the Red River Valley Fighter Pilots Association, formed by military aviators to "care for our own". We focus on active duty, reserve, and retired military personnel and their families needing financial assistance for medical, educational, and other extraordinary expenses not covered by other military, veterans' or charitable institutions.
P.O.Box 70735 Southwest Station, Washington, DC
Phone: 800 717-0060
Web Site: http://www.youngmarines.com
Mission: To strengthen the lives of America's youth by teaching the importance of self-confidence, academic achievement, honoring veterans and living a healthy, drug-free lifestyle.