The purpose of the 13th coscom association is to represent the past, present and future members of the 13st sustainment command expeditionary (and all its designations) and provide support to its members. The association also serves as an adjunct to the command including in its ranks distinguished friends, retirees, former members and their families. The association performs services allowed to aid the unit and community and provide support to all as required and allowed in its constitution.
American War Memorials Overseas works to document, promote, and preserve non-government supported War Memorials honoring Americans outside of the USA to ensure these monuments remain part of local communities forever. War Memorials commemorate our shared past, and overseas war memorials honoring Americans are an important symbol of America’s international engagement.American War Memorials Overseas seeks to cooperate with other organizations, at international, national, and local levels, to better safeguard the future of War Memorials honoring Americans overseas in both their social and historical context.
The organization is for all military women to use revolutionary expressions to grow in dignity and honor. Our members empower themselves through a sisterhood created by mind, body, and heart healing. Our artistic advocacy is building a community of courage.
Boise, ID 83702
Boise VAMC’s primary service area has a radius of approximately 160 miles with an estimated veteran population of 100,000. The Boise VAMC, within VISN 20, provides highly sophisticated primary, secondary, and specialty care to roughly 28,000 veterans each year.
Class A CDL Training
Supporting the u. S. Coast guard auxiliary in promoting boating safety including educational, outreach and other programs.
Provide aid, comfort, and support to U.S. and Allied troops, families, and caregivers by: 1. Food Events. Providing a culinary change of pace — particularly to wounded and injured toops — to boost morale.
2. Culinary Careers. Providing educational resources, opportunities, and transition assistance into culinary careers, particularly for the wounded and/or disabled.
3. Frontline Support. Gathering and sharing knowledge from and with the troops on the front line, providing resources for those wanting to send care packages and nutritional supplements, and conducting food and related events for them. 4. Homefront Support. Providing educational events for spouses, children, and caregivers, with an emphasis on teaching culinary basics to make good food fast rather than fast food.
To promote the interests of the american veterans disabled for life memorial in washington, dc, and to accomplish all other purposes authorized by law.
Create awareness and help provide information in Spanish to Hispanic Military Spouses about everything that surrounds us in the military such as; benefits, scholarships, insurance, etc.. * Refer and offer suggestions about communities and associations that provide support to military families in emergency and/or stress. * Provide a list of resources where the Hispanic Military Spouses and their families can acquire information, which will be translated into Spanish. * Provide scholarships and financial assistance to our military families in need.
First Command Educational Foundation (FCEF) is a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to improving financial literacy through education and scholarship opportunities. “To educate those who serve” is not just the mission of First Command Educational Foundation (FCEF), it’s our reason for existence. FCEF is committed to ensuring individuals, at all stages of life, have the knowledge and skills to make informed, intelligent decisions about their financial future. Scholarships We award an average of $175,000 each year in various scholarship categories. The Donaldson D. Frizzell scholarship, our only direct-apply scholarship, awards up to $25,000 each year to both traditional and non-traditional students. We have several partnership scholarships with community organizations and institutions around the nation. Education Each year, our staff or trained volunteers provide an average of 50 separate presentations on a variety of topics to general, military, and federal employee audiences. In 2009, FCEF launched our educator-developed and approved ”Money Matters” curriculum to help high school students acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to take control of their financial future. And our ”Military Money Matters” includes five military-specific modules in addition to the 12 basic modules. All of our educational products are offered free of charge to public schools as well as military organizations and families.
The Florida Association of Veteran Owned Businesses is a 501C6 Non-Profit Chamber of Commerce for Civilians and Veterans alike. We have monthly Board Meetings and Business After Hours Networking Events. Bi-monthly symposiums with educational breakout sessions for those who are interested in becoming entrepreneurs.
Our primary mission is as follows: We believe that if you have served our country and done so honorably than there should be a real opportunity to start and grow your own business in the State of Florida. Our great state has the third largest Veteran population and yet it remains one of 31 states without Veteran Small Business programs. Our state The only way that will change is if we come together and support Veteran entrepreneurs, whether they are starting off or well heeled, continue to serve by creating jobs and leverage the leadership, dedication, and skills our nation helped them develop for war to bring prosperity in local communities. Our secondary mission is as follows: We strive to bring civilian and veteran business professionals together so they can exchange services and solutions in order to enhance their business models. Supporting each others businesses within the community in which we all live and work in.
Korean Americans and Korea War veterans join to educate Americans, especially students, about the Korean War. Specifically, how the Korean War secured freedom for South Korea, America, and the world. To build and leave a legacy of the Korean War that will never be forgotten.
Since 1775, Marines have selflessly served America, and for nearly 50 years the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation has honored this service by educating their children. The privately-funded, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization provides scholarships for post-high school education to deserving sons and daughters of Marines with particular attention given to children whose parent has been killed or wounded in action. Additionally, the Scholarship Foundation’s Heroes Tribute fund provides up to $30,000 over four years to every child of a Marine, or Navy Corpsman serving with the Marines, who have been killed in combat since September 11, 2001.