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Phone: 1-800-597-1260
ASYMCA National HQ
7405 Alban Station Ct, Ste B215

Virginia 22150-2318

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Target demographics: Military, Military Families, Enlisted Military, Military Children, Wounded Warriors, Active-Duty, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard, Army, Active Guard and Reserve, and Wounded, Injured and Ill.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 500,000 Military Families

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Assemble photo quilts for Operation Kid Comfort or volunteer at a local branch, check out our map of our 33 locations here: http://goo.gl/maps/glHr

Geographic areas served: Nationwide

Programs: - Operation Kid Comfort.
- After School Programs
-Emergency Assistance
-Quality, affordable childcare
- Youth Development Programs
-Healthy Living Programs
-Deployment Support Programs
-Holiday Assistance
-Family and Youth Camps
-Operation Hero, an afterschool program to help children cope with the challenges of being a military child.

Making Military Life Easier.
In 2012:
- The ASYMCA helped make military life easier for 500,000 military and their families.
- We partnered with the USO to send hundreds of military children to camp.
- Provide 1,000 new Military Families monthly with free YMCA or Private Fitness Memberships through a partnership with the YMCA and the Department of Defense.
- We provide free childcare for thousands of Military Families dealing with illness,through our Teddy | Child Watch Programs at our Military Hospital locations during appointments.
- With one grant, the ASYMCA was able to impact 12, 772 Military Families with emergency assistance through a partnership with Newman's Own and the Fisher House.

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I want to thank this wonderful organization for making my baby girl a quilt while my husband is deployed. We have not received it yet, but I know it'll be beautiful. It's amazing how some people take their time and make such a great memory for a stranger. I know she'll love it and we really really ... more »
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I volunteered for the ASYMCA in San Diego while I was stationed there. They have many great programs, and I was happy to get involved and support. Two of the most memorable ASYMCA programs I volunteered for included The Christmas You Missed and the Father-Daughter Dance. Both of these events have... more »
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I have volunteered with the San Diego branch of the ASYMCA for the past 7 years. They are a great organization that comes up with creative ways to help out our military. One of my favorite events they put on is Christmas You Missed every year in July where they recreate Christmas in July for those ... more »
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