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Donations to Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund help us fund our assistance programs which provide essential support directly to disabled U.S. Army Rangers, their families and the spouses and children of deceased and active duty Rangers. There are several ways you or your company can support Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund, including direct donations, matching gifts and event sponsorship. Please direct all donation-related questions to donation@leadthewayfund.org.

The Association of Former Agents of the United States Secret Service created The Foundation in 1973 to provide aid and assistance to members in need, as well as survivors of members in times of stress, financial difficulty or impoverishment. The Foundation also provides assistance to dependents of deceased law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the enforcement of federal, state or local laws.

Ways to Donate FBIAA is able to fulfill its mission because of your support and generosity. By contributing to the funds listed below, you'll help ensure that our work continues into the future. Online donations are quick and easy to make using secure credit card or electronic check transactions. The Funds are tax-exempt charities under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All contributions to the Funds are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Donate through PayPal or by check. Make checks for the Membership Assistance Fund payable to FBIAA, MAF. Make checks for the Memorial College Fund payable to FBIAA, MCF. Mail to PO Box 320215 Alexandria, VA 22320.

The Green Beret Foundation serves the Army’s Special Forces, our nation’s most elite soldiers. We believe Green Berets are our nation’s greatest assets. Every day, we honor our commitment to Green Berets past and present, as well as their families, by connecting them with the right resources to prosper and thrive. Because when these soldiers meet powerful opportunities, our nation’s most elite soldiers become our nation’s best leaders.

The Intelligence and National Security Foundation (INSF) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing contemporary intelligence and national security challenges, facilitating public discourse on the role and value of intelligence for our nation's security, and advancing the intelligence field as a career choice.

The United States Congress created the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation to lead a nationwide effort to remember America’s fallen firefighters. Since 1992, the tax-exempt, nonprofit Foundation has developed and expanded programs to honor our fallen fire heroes and assist their families and co-workers.

The Navy SEAL Foundation provides immediate and ongoing support and assistance to the Naval Special Warfare community and its families.

The Astronauts Memorial Foundation is a nonprofit organization that honors our fallen astronauts through the Space Mirror Memorial and our living memorial, the Center for Space Education. Since it is a nonprofit, funding of the foundation is mainly through license plates and other contributions.

The CIA Officers Memorial Foundation supports the well-being and educational needs of children and spouses of all fallen CIA officers. The Foundation works with the CIA to ensure that when the death of any Agency officer occurs, we become immediately involved.

The Coast Guard Foundation is committed to ensuring all Coast Guard members and families have the resources they need to build resilience throughout their lives.

The Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) Foundation is an IRS sec. 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and was incorporated on September 14th, 1993. It serves as the primary source of charitable support for the members of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (www.FLEOA.org). The Foundation was created to provide expedited financial assistance to FLEOA members and their families in times of need. Since its inception, the FLEOA Foundation has awarded thousands of scholastic incentive awards to its members’ children, as well as almost $3 million in emergency financial support.

The Marine Raider Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides benevolent support to active duty and medically retired MARSOC Raiders and their families, as well as to the families of Raiders who have lost their lives in service to our Nation. Since standing up in May of 2012, the Marine Raider Foundation has provided over $4 million in support to MARSOC Marines, Sailors and their families. The Foundation aims to meet needs unmet by the government with an emphasis on building personal and family resiliency and supporting the full reintegration of MARSOC personnel following wounds, injuries and extended deployments. The Marine Raider Foundation’s four main programs are: · Raider Support, including transition assistance, funding for award ceremonies and receptions, and funding for events that focus on personal and professional resiliency; · Family Resiliency Support, including assisting Raider families experiencing health and welfare challenges and with events that enhance personal and family resiliency; · Tragedy Assistance & Survivor Support, including assistance for wounded, ill and injured Raiders, Gold Star Families and funeral services and commemorations for MARSOC personnel; · Raider Legacy & Preservation Support, including construction and upkeep of memorial structures and commemorative items, as well as funding for events that commemorate WWII and MARSOC Raiders.

United States Air Force Pararescuemen, also known as “PJs,” and their Combat Rescue Officer leaders are the only US force specifically trained and equipped to execute the most dangerous and technical rescue operations worldwide. Regardless of enemy threat or environmental conditions, these elite warriors stand ready to find isolated and injured people, render expert medical care, and return them safely. Such selfless service takes a toll on military families. These warriors operate at a convergence of roles known to be high-risk for Post-Traumatic Stress: ground combat, trauma medicine, and the recovery of human remains. Also, the physical burden of carrying patients, rescue equipment, and combat loads through parachute insertions, armed conflict, open ocean swims, glacier travel and mountainous terrain routinely results in chronic physical and neurological damage. The Pararescue Foundation is the only entity dedicated to exclusively support US Air Force Pararescue and Combat Rescue Officer service members, veterans and their families. We execute our mission guided by three goals: Relieve the physical and psychological demands of service Provide tragedy, transition, and education assistance Honor the commitment and sacrifice of those who live by the motto: "That Others May Live"

The Special Forces Foundation (formerly the Green Beret Association) is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit organization serving U.S. Army Special Forces (Green Berets) and their families. The Foundation provides a range of programs aligned with the SOCOM Commander’s Preservation of The Force and Family (POTFF) program, designed to address the fraying of the forces after nearly two decades of sustained combat. Our programs contribute to the maintenance of the mind and body, and, provide acute and ongoing support in resolving, psychological, emotional and relationship issues before they become chronic.

The British Forces Foundation exists to boost the morale of British servicemen and women – principally on operations but all over the world – primarily through top quality entertainment with big name stars. The shows, and the Charity’s other projects, convey the gratitude of the British public for the work of the Armed Forces and the sacrifices they make.

Serving in the Armed Forces takes strength, but it takes a different kind of strength to live with life-changing injuries. Every course and activity we offer aims to empower veterans to look beyond illness and injury, regain their purpose and reach their potential. Together we can help them, and their families, find the strength they need to live the lives they deserve.

THE DYSLEXIA FOUNDATION For more than 30 years, TDF has been bringing together leading scientists from important fields in dyslexia research, while working to create a bridge between research and practice. OUR MISSION: To facilitate and disseminate scientific breakthroughs and advances in dyslexia through collaboration among neuroscientists, cognitive scientists, geneticists, and practitioners.

The House of the Temple Historic Preservation Foundation, Inc. was created by the Supreme Council, 33°, to maintain, support, and enhance the House of the Temple as an architectural landmark and as the national headquarters of the Southern Jurisdiction of Freemasonry. The Temple itself is truly architecturally striking, but what is more important is that it stands as a testament to our Scottish Rite Creed. The Temple’s libraries and museums house extensive antique book and artifact collections, many of which need specialized attention in order to ensure preservation. It is the duty and goal of the House of the Temple Historic Preservation Foundation to ensure that these treasures last for generations to come, and that through them and our magnificent headquarters, our history is preserved, values communicated, and legacy remains eternal. To help us continue forward with our necessary multi-million dollar renovation and rehabilitation plan, please support the Rebuilding the Temple Campaign which benefits the House of the Temple Historic Preservation Foundation. The House of the Temple Historic Preservation Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit Virginia corporation recognized as a tax-exempt public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. Its tax identification number is 52–1664576. Contributions to the House of the Temple Historic Preservation Foundation, Inc. are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the law.

The Supreme Council, 33°, created the Scottish Rite Foundation, Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A., Inc. (Scottish Rite Foundation), to support philanthropic endeavors. Each year, through the Development Office, the Supreme Council seeks donations for the Scottish Rite Foundation’s three major programs: RiteCare Scottish Rite Childhood Language Program (SRCLP), scholarships, and national disaster relief. The Foundation provides start-up funding for new SRCLP facilities and lends support to operations of existing facilities. We have SRCLP facilities in each state in the Southern Jurisdiction and more are in the planning stages. The Scottish Rite Foundation offers several scholarships for higher education for students seeking a college degree or vocational license. Our scholarship programs encourage the pursuit of higher learning in all categories, including the study of speech pathology and education. The Foundation is also dedicated to helping victims of natural disasters such as fires, floods, earthquakes, and hurricanes. Through the Foundation, the Supreme Council provides direct relief to disaster victims and works with other Masonic groups to provide additional assistance. The Scottish Rite Foundation, Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A., Inc. is a non-profit Maryland corporation recognized as a tax-exempt public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. Its tax identification number is 52–6054737. Contributions to the Scottish Rite Foundation, Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A., Inc. are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the law. For more information on the Scottish Rite Foundation, contact the Development Office at 866–448–3773 or development@scottishrite.org.

Make a donation Through the generosity of donors like you, we've been able to help over one million children reach their potential and lead more fulfilling lives, regardless of a families' ability to pay.

The Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF), the Freemasons' Charity, builds better lives by enabling opportunity, advancing healthcare and education and promoting independence for Freemasons, their families and the wider community. Funded entirely through the generosity of Freemasons and their families, the MCF is one of the largest grant-making charities in the country. A wide range of help and support is available for Freemasons, their wives, partners, widows, children and grandchildren. Most of the support provided takes the form of financial grants to assist with financial, health or family related needs. For further information about the help and support available from the Foundation, please call their dedicated freephone enquiry line: 0800 035 60 90 or email help@mcf.org.uk You can also write to Masonic Charitable Foundation, 60 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5AZ View the MCF's Impact Report to learn more about its work.

The RMBI is part of the Masonic Charitable Foundation – a charity for Freemasons, for families, for everyone. Caring has been our way of life since 1842 and we provide a home for more than 1,000 people across England and Wales in 18 care homes – while supporting many more.

The Freemasons Fund for Surgical Research is a UK Charity with the aim of supporting the Royal College of Surgeons of England. For many years, it has supported the College by funding Research Fellowships. The fund was set up by donation raised as part of the 250th Anniversary celebrations of the United Grand Lodge of England in 1967 and received a second significant sum in 2014 from Supreme Grand Chapter to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the Royal Arch.