The Virginia Military Family Relief Fund
The Virginia Military Family Relief Fund grants are intended to help our service members and their families defray the costs of living expenses and emergencies that become a challenge when the service member temporarily leaves civilian employment to report for extended active military duty.
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In 2006, with support from the Virginia Legislature, Governor Tim Kaine established the Military Family Relief Fund (MFRF). This is a quick response grant program to assist military and Family members of the Virginia National G u a r d and the United States Reserve Components who are residents of Virginia, and, who are called to active duty for periods in excess of 90 days in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom and up to 180 days after their return.
This fund will be administered by the Adjutant General of Virginia and disbursed by the State Treasurer.
Issues that qualify for MFRF grants: The Military Family Relief Fund assists military families with urgent or emergency needs relating to living expenses including but not limited to food, housing, utilities, and medical services. Each need is considered on its own merit.
To obtain applications:
For more information, please call the appropriate agency below for your branch of service:
Navy/Marine Corps Reserve:
Air Force Reserve:
Coast Guard Reserve: 757-686-4020
If you are not able to reach family program assistance from your service branch, you may contact one of the strategically located Family Assistance Center (FAC) Specialists who will service any military family.
This page was last updated on April 24, 2008