The MOAA Foundation Crisis Relief program is Now Active!
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Welcome to MOAA Charities!
To promote the growth and expand the reach of MOAA Charities- The MOAA Foundation and MOAA Scholarship Fund, MOAA is thrilled to announce the launch of charities.moaa.org!
This new independent site provides donors and beneficiaries easier access to the programs and services our charities offer the greater uniformed services community.
As you navigate through charities.moaa.org, you will find information on our programs, learn more about our impact history, and much more! Be sure to check back often for the latest news and information from The MOAA Foundation and MOAA Scholarship Fund!
Both MOAA Charities are Platinum rated by Guidestar!
individuals & families in crisis have received financial assistance through The MOAA Foundation's Crisis Relief program
students have received assistance from the MOAA Scholarship Fund
ZuntaFi will perform all servicing activities for loan and will be the primary contact for repayment information. Servicing includes establishing recurring payments, processing deferral requests, address and other contact updates, changes to banking information, etc.
To create a ZuntaFi account to make a payment, check current loan balance, and other loan related inquires, students can visit www.zuntafi.com or call them at 800-592-1270.
This transfer does not affect the terms and conditions of loan(s). Your rights and responsibilities, as defined in your original Application/Promissory Note, will remain the same. The application, renewal, and senior grant processes will remain with the MOAA Educational Assistance program (charities.moaa.org/sfloans).
Hurricane Ian caused catastrophic damage in Florida and the Carolinas – home states for a combined 2.4 million veterans and almost 290,000 currently serving personnel.
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The MOAA Foundation (TMF)
The MOAA Foundation (TMF) creates, enhances, expands, and supports high-impact, proven-successful programs and services that enable the nation's uniformed servicemembers and veterans of all ranks and their families to maintain a quality of life reflective of their selfless service to America.
The foundation focuses its impact on five main areas of support: Career Transition, Community Outreach, Crisis Relief, Military Spouse Professional Development, and Professional Education Outreach.
Fueled by contributions made by generous donors, businesses, and grants, TMF provides services to the entire uniformed services community no matter the branch of service or rank.
MOAA Scholarship Fund
Founded in 1948 with the belief that education is the cornerstone of a strong democracy, the MOAA Scholarship fund provides financial assistance to children of both officer and enlisted personnel pursing higher education.
With almost 75 years of experience, and guided by a volunteer Board of Directors, the MOAA Scholarship Fund provides students with interest free loans and grants to help offset the costs of higher education or vocational training.
Students of military families, both officer and enlisted, must meet rigorous eligibly requirements to receive assistance. It is funded by donations from MOAA members, Councils and Chapters, corporations, and others with a desire to help military families.
Together We Make A Difference
Our work is made possible thanks to a generous community of supporters who believe in the mission of both MOAA Charities. Join us today to help us ensure our community has the support they deserve.
The MOAA Charities Missions
The MOAA Foundation (TMF, EIN 46-4219250), a 501(c)(3) charitable subsidiary of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), is proud to serve all members of the uniformed services community. Through 5 targeted areas of support, TMF provides life-changing programs and support to active duty members, veterans, military spouses, caregivers, survivors, and families regardless of rank or branch of service.
MOAA Scholarship Fund (SF, EIN 54-1659039), a 501(c)(3) charitable subsidiary of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), offers students of military families financial relief to alleviate some of the burden that comes with continuing education.
Donations to The MOAA Foundation and the MOAA Scholarship Fund are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.