What’s it like to be a military kid – one who worries about the safety of parents who may be living halfway across the world for months at a time?
Kids and gifts seem to go hand in hand, right? From birthdays, to holidays, the lists of gotta-have-its never stop growing. But for nine year old Ch..
Our Association is doing something very exciting – we are attempting to reach out to Ellen DeGeneres and The Ellen Show to ask her for help with pro..
The other day when I was at the commissary, I ran into someone who told me she was feeling overwhelmed with all of the stuff she was dealing with af..
Don’t want to get up early from your Thanksgiving dinner to stand in line for Black Friday sales? For those of you online shoppers who are ahead of ..
My journey to Operation Purple Camp Sandy Cove with Association employees Karen Cook and Simmone Quesnell started out early on a dreary, rainy day. ..
Last month, I had one of the best experiences of my service so far here at the National Military Family Association: I shadowed and assisted our You..
Five year old Maya is one of our youngest and sweetest donors! Maya heard about the struggles military children face and wanted to find a way to hel..
Our 2013 Operation Purple Camp season wraps up this week! The National Military Family Association has collaborated with outstanding camp partners t..
Military children experience multiple moves, change schools and friends and deal with challenges during their parent’s deployments. It is hard for c..