Military Family Relief Fund

Military Familes

Who do our men and women in uniform turn to when they are in need? Where do our Troops go when tragedy or hardship strikes during a deployment? What happens when a Service Member loses money when they are activated to serve a state active duty mission (floods, fires, blizzards) or to deploy overseas after leaving their full-time work to serve in harm’s way? Whether it be a gravely ill child or loss of income. The Military Family Relief Fund (MFRF) is there!

Thanks to the generosity of Colorado residents and the “Tax-Check Off” program we were there to impact the lives of our men and women in uniform. In 2015 the Military Family Relief Fund (MFRF) distributed $154,036.43 to 71 Military Families to help during a time of critical need.

All branches of the U.S. Military are eligible for this program as long as the Service Member is a Colorado Resident (tax-paying). Thanks for all you’ve done for those who choose to serve. Please consider helping us this year as we continue this support to those in need!

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