The California Military Family Relief Fund (CMFRF) was established to provide short term, financial assistance in the form of grants to California National Guard members and/or families impacted by mobilization and deployment who meet criteria listed below:
For further information on how to apply for this program, please visit their
The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that relies on public donations. The VFW mission is to support programs that increase awareness of the sacrifices America's veterans make through their military service. Through community involvement, communication tools, and financial support, VFW provides aid to qualified military service members, including medical, rehabilitative, educational, and employment services. With the help of corporate sponsors, VFW has established three separate programs under the VFW National Military Services (NMS) department. These programs are the Operation Uplink™, Military Assistance Program and Unmet Needs.
For further information regarding these programs, please visit http://www.vfw.org/TroopSupport/.
ReserveAid is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization committed to providing financial support to the families of Reserve or National Guard service members from all services, who have been called to active duty and are experiencing financial difficulty. The goal is to alleviate the emotional and financial burdens placed on the men and women called to serve our country by supporting their families at home. For further information regarding these programs go to
Note: In order to qualify for ReserveAid assistance, Reserve or National Guard service members must have been mobilized for service in Iraq or Afghanistan between 1 January 2007 and the present time.
For financial assistance for veterans seeking a job, contact the Workforce Investment Board at 777 12th Street, Suite 200 Sacramento CA 95814 or call them at 916-324-3425. You may also visit their website:
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Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom disabled veterans and wounded troops have special needs as they return from active service. The Coalition to Salute America's Heroes (CSAH) is a network of individuals, corporations, and organizations dedicated to providing the necessary resources these heroes need to rebuild and transition to productive living in their communities. For further information, please visit
Military.com provides an overview of State educational benefits available for veterans and their dependents. For further information, please visit
ThanksUSA is a not-for-profit tax exempt charitable organization. Their mission is to provide college, technical and vocational school need-based scholarships for the children and spouses of active-duty US military personnel. Members of the reserves who have been activated to full-time duty and federalized members of the National Guard are eligible. Dependent children (including adopted and stepchildren) must be age 24 and under as of the day of the deadline.
ThanksUSA offers two interconnected programs: The national treasure hunt and the military family scholarship program. The treasure hunt raises awareness, excitement and funds for the scholarship program in an educational, family-friendly way. And the scholarships are an invaluable way to "thank" our troops with the gift of education. For further information on the scholarship program, please visit
http://www.thanksusa.org/scholarship-program.html. For further information on the treasure hunt program, please visit http://www.thanksusa.org/treasure-hunt.html.
Recipients are selected based on financial need, academic performance, leadership and community service. A preference is given to students who have studied a foreign language. For more information, call (877) THX-USAS ((877) 849-8727), write to ThanksUSA Scholarship Program, Scholarship America, c/o Shellee Hintz, One Scholarship Way, PO Box 297, Saint Peter, MN 56082, or e-mail
VeteransPlus is a membership-based organization devoted to improving the quality of life of its members, their families and their communities by providing unparalleled solutions that focus on financial security, wellness and caring for others. Our mission is to be the resource that Veterans and their families seek first when pursuing their economic goals. More than creating financial solutions, we add the unique capability of enabling not-for-profit partners to demonstrate their commitment and concern for America's Veterans. For further information regarding programs, please visit
MOAA is the nation's largest and most influential association of military officers. MOAA offers several health, finance, educational assistance, and professional assistance programs. Educational programs may include interest-free loans, grants and the American Patriot Scholarship. For more information on MOAA Educational Programs, please e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information on MOAA and their services, please visit
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