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Minnesota National Guard
How can I help?
Volunteeering Resources


Mary Pawlenty’s First Lady Military Family Care Initiative
If you are a member of a service organization, community organization or faith-based organization and want to provide volunteer services to the families of military personnel during this time of separation from their loved-one, you have come to the right place.
http://www.firstlady.state.mn.us/initiatives_militaryfamily.html

Comfort For Courage

Minnesota’s up and coming student-based organization that supports our nation’s heroes.
http://www.comfortforcourage.org/help/

Armed Forces Service Center (AFSC)  @ Minneapolis/St Paul Airport
Volunteers meet wounded warriors and redeploying Soldiers at the gates providing them with MN Twin baseball hats, snacks and welcome home cake. To donate funds or to volunteer call 612-726-9156 or email: DebraLCain@aol.com
http://www.mnafsc.org
http://www.mspairport.com/msp/airport_services/Armed_Forces.aspx

Operation Military Kids  (OMK)

Creating a community support network for children and youth of whose parents are deployed
http://www.usda-army-ydp.org/omk

American Red Cross
American Red Cross, staffed by volunteers, helps families in emergencies
http://www.redcross.org/services/volunteer/0,1082,0_325_,00.html

My Soldier

http://www.mySoldier.com/programs.htm

Employer Support of the Guard and ReserveVolunteers are needed in both the government and civilian workplace to continue our mission to "gain and maintain employer support for all of our reservists and guardsmen."
https://www.esgr.org/volunteers2/aboutESGR.asp?c=joinESGR.asp

Minnesota National Guard Family Programs

Provides links to organizations and businesses that are providing support to our National Guard members and their families.  To volunteer, visit the Guard Family Network page.

Soldiers' Angels

Our mission is to provide aid and comfort to the military and its families, provide immediate response to hard situations, and make sure no Soldier feels unloved. We start with letters, care pacakges, and comfort items to our deployed. We also help their families here at home as requested. www.Soldiersangels.com
 

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