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Marines Memorial Association

Rating: 5 stars   2 reviews 3,441


609 Sutter St San Francisco CA 94102 USA


Maintain a Living Memorial honoring Veterans of the United States Armed Forces, to educate and perpetuate their achievements and sacrifices, and to provide aid and assist for those in need and our Currently Serving.


The Association maintains a Living Memorial honoring all of our brave men and women that served in the US Armed Forces; awards scholarships to our Currently Serving, Veterans, and their families to help them further their education; hold commemorative programs honoring the achievements of our US Armed Forces; hold educational programs to educate the public of the US Armed Forces' contributions; and conduct special events to help our Currently Serving, our Veterans and their families through financial and supportive assistance.

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Rating: 5 stars  

The MMA runs the Marines Memorial Building which is a frequent venue for lots of good work. That includes sessions on social media for nonprofits, seminars on PTSD and TBI ("The Brain at War") and a lot which helps military families and veterans.

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These guys provide a bunch of facilities helping veterans of all ages, and are looking to do more, like a computer center to help vets learn to use system, for purposes including getting a job.

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Seeing how they got together a big conference "The Brain at War", focusing on Traumatic Brain Injury and PTSD.

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