Military families are families just like each of ours, only confronted with their own set of unique challenges. To learn how and where you can recognize these families in your own way, visit Serve.gov or enter your zip code below to find volunteer opportunities near you.
There are also a number of non-profit organizations that support military families. Click on any of the links below to find out more about their work. Please visit our Community Support page to learn about additional organizations that provide support for our service members and military families across an array of categories.
[ Key: Combined Federal Campaign (CFC); Better Business Bureau (BBB); Charity Navigator (CN); GuideStar (GS) ]
You can find more non-profit resources for military families on our alphabetical list of community support groups.
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To learn more about a non-profit organization, visit the Web site of the charity evaluation organizations noted in parenthesis next to the group, and use the search function by typing in the group’s name. Please note that although the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is not a charity evaluator, and does not have an organization search function on its site, it does vet charities against regulatory standards. Check your local CFC charity brochure for a list of participating organizations.