Holly Franklin and Cynthia Giesecke started as strangers, both attending the National Military Family Association’s West Region Training Conference,..
She sat in the back of an undesirable office space with her eyes peering through a magnifying glass, garnering clues from an old photo. Minutes late..
In 1969, our Association was founded by a handful of military spouses who wanted to make sure their widowed friends were taken care of. Gathered aro..
This week, we’re celebrating Volunteer Appreciation Week, and what a huge impact our Volunteers have had our both our Association, and the military ..
Being a volunteer means doing what you love and fighting for issues you are passionate about. As a military spouse, you might be inclined to think y..
Hooray! 2014 is here! For some, a new year means taking things OFF of their busy plates. For others, the more they can pile on, the better! In eithe..
Summer is winding down. The kids are headed back to school. Maybe you don’t have kids but you’re looking for a new way to gain experience and make a..
When you volunteer for the National Military Family Association you know that you are making a difference in the lives of military families globally..
April 21-27 is designated as National Volunteer Week and this year’s theme is “Celebrate Service.” The National Military Family Association is celeb..
As military spouses dealing with frequent moves to exciting and new locations, we’re often faced with potential gaps in our resumes. So, you ask you..