Cia Officers Memorial Foundation
Rating: 4 stars 1 1 review 252
2251 Corporate Park Drive No 3rd Fl Herndon VA 20171 USA
The core mission of the cia officers memorial foundation is to provide undergraduate and graduate degree scholarships and associated funding for eligible dependents of cia officers who die while on active duty status. The foundation also covers counseling services for the students, and provides emergency cash payments to the families upon the death of an employee to help defray immediate expenses, such as funeral costs, travel and lodging, etc.
To provide educational and other financial assistance to the families of cia officers who lost their lives while on active duty with the cia.
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The CIA Officers Memorial Foundation is a charity that provides college scholarships and other support to the children of CIA officers killed in the line of duty. The parents of these kids are people who voluntarily exposed themselves to tremendous personal risk in the service of our country for relatively modest financial compensation. Watch Zero Dark Thirty and see the true story of a female CIA officer with multiple kids back home get blown to bits by a double agent working for Al Queda. As U.S. citizens we have an obligation to look after the families of our clandestine agents working overseas in dangerous places so that we can live in relative peace in our home country.
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Communicate more with donors in a similar manner as SOWF does so well. I realize the people killed are working under cover and care has to be taken with respect to information disclosed about them but I still feel the communication about the kids they are helping could be better.
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