April 3, 2012
I was attracted tot he organization in the beginning by its mission and its hostory. I was impressed by the programs and how they directly impated the lives of military families. When I applied to be a volunteer, I respected the thorough application process and was honored to be accepted. I n my 2 years as a volunteer I have had close contact with my coordinator who has systematically trained and supported my growth as a volunteer in the organization. The staffat the National office is ALWAYS available and willing to help. I have been offered expanding oppotunities to staff information tables at pre-deployment events, meet with spouse clubs, do site visits at operation Purple Camps, read and offer input on Scholarship applications, and write/edit for hte newsletters. I am grateful for being a part of this organization. It is the first thing I tell people about when they ask about. I am proud to assist in any way with the great mission of the organization. You need only know that the First Lady reached out to the National Military Family Association to participate in her initiatives for Military Families.
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