Home is where the heart is.
When we’ve asked the troops what we can do for them, a common, and typically selfless theme runs through their responses. The troops say they are getting the support they need, but their primary concerns usually revolve around their families and those emergencies, large and small, that arise at home.
Service Members have received payments to avoid eviction, foreclosure, utilities disconnection and repossession of vehicles.
The Foundation has assisted victims of house and apartment fires, tornadoes, floods and other natural disasters.
Eligible members have received emergency travel and funeral expenses assistance.
The Foundation has supported Guard members injured during deployment and training or experiencing temporary pay problems.
The Foundation is self-funded and relies totally on donations and fundraising events to support its program. As a result of contributions, both large and small, we have been able to approve over $3.3 million in assistance to more than 3,750 applicants.
We hope you will consider making a contribution to the Foundation to help Guard families in need.
You can contribute by credit card on this website;
You can “pick an amount and make it count” on Tax Form 500 when you file your State of Georgia Income Taxes as the Foundation is one of nine approved tax “check-off” charities in the State;
Federal employees can contribute through the annual Combined Federal Campaign (CFC Agency Code # 70602);
State employees can contribute through the annual State of Georgia Charitable Contributions Program (SCCP Agency Code # IN000600);
Individual and corporate donations and the impact and success of our fundraising events make a difference in the lives of many Soldiers and Airmen of the Georgia National Guard facing unexpected financial hardships and emergencies.
Our most recent financial reports can be downloaded using the links below.