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Resources for Military Families




  • https://vfwauxiliary.org/scholarships

    • VFW scholarship opportunities

  • www.ourmilitarykids.org

    • Our Military Kids provides a one-time grant opportunity, per child, for education-related expenses, such as sports, fine arts, camps, and tutoring programs. The activity is eligible for a grant if it falls in one of those four categories. However, they DO NOT award grants for child care, school tuition, or religious trips. For more information, please check out the website listed here.


  • www.militarychild.org

    • The Military Child Education Coalition or MCEC is a worldwide non-profit organization whose goal is to serve as a model of positive leadership and advocacy for all military children. Their mission is to ensure inclusive, quality educational experiences and opportunities for all military children affected by mobility, family separation, and transition. They provide responsive and relevant support systems and resources such as Students at the Center as well as free professional training and programs such as Student 2 Student and Parent 2 Parent for families in transition.


  • www.go.osu.edu/OMK

    • Operation: Military Kids has programs available to assist military youth and their families to help them deal with deployment. These include camps for youth, camps for families, and other activities throughout the year.


  • www.bgca.org/military

    • Boys and Girls Clubs of America have a program called MISSION: YOUTH OUTREACH that is specifically designed from military youth. Boys & Girls Clubs of America know that times of national crisis can dramatically disrupt a military family’s life. The MISSION: Youth Outreach partnership supports military youth, ages 6 to 18 who are coping with a deployed parent by creating a positive, supportive network. Through this partnership, children of National Guard, Reserve, and Active Duty families, who do not live near or have access to a military Youth Center, can receive a free membership to their local Boys & Girls Club.

  • www.March2success.com

           *  March 2 Success provides an online study program to help students prepare 
              for standardized tests, improve school work and review materials.