Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund
Rating: 4.78 stars 36 36 reviews
825 College Blvd Ste 102, PMB 609 Oceanside CA 92057 USA
Marines and Sailors, along with members of the other service branches, who are attached to Marine units, are deployed all over the world protecting and preserving our freedom. As a result, many are injured in combat operations and in training accidents, or face life threatening illness. Injury to a service member causes an immediate crisis for his or her entire family; not just emotionally, but also financially. Depending on the type of injury, recovery can take many months, and rehabilitative care can take years, often in hospitals far from loved ones. Airplane tickets, food, lodging, car rental, phone bills and lost wages are some of the things that can create an unexpected financial hardship during what is already a very stressful time.
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7 people found this review helpful
I've been working as a volunteer with the IMSFF here in the Pacific Hawaii, since 2004. It gives me great pleasure assisting the Marines, Sailors and their immediate love ones in crisis and in need of great assistance, this is a great program who has gone the distance above and beyond to assist the Corps, Navy and all those services that is in direct support of the Marine Corps/Navy Team.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Several Cases that i've processed and I've experience the rapid turn around services provided to the applicants
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
The appreciation, our applicant demonstrate upon assistance from the program, and the satisfaction,relief and or happiness displayed by the service member and his spouse as the out-come of the request.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Very honest, professional and at times were consistent with above and beyond action to assist the applicant.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Provide further assistance to needed service members dependents and or their spouses.
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About every week
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