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From Our Partners: Air Force Assistance Fund Charities

The four official charities of the Department of the Air Force care for Airmen and Guardians across the Air Force family spectrum…active, guard, reserve, retired, and surviving spouses of retirees.  All have been impacted by the coronavirus health crisis.  If you are, or know of a fellow Airman, Guardian, or a family member in need, you can rely on the assistance given by the four official charities of the Department of the Air Force. 

To those of you who give faithfully to the AFAF Campaign each year, we thank you!  We invite you to get to know your fellow AFAF charities by visiting their web sites below. Learn what they’re doing to impact the lives of your our Airmen, Guardians, and their families daily.

Air Force Enlisted Village
General & Mrs. Curtis E. LeMay Foundation
Air Force Villages Charitable Foundation
Air Force Aid Society
The long-standing principle of “Airmen taking care of our own” has been made a reality by you over the years, and you’re still leading today’s Airmen and Guardians by example!

If you have not had the chance to give this year and wish to, giving is easier than ever and can be done at any time. Visit www.afassistancefund.org  to donate online by clicking the “Donate Now!!” button.

If you prefer to donate by check, download and print the donation form located at www.afassistancefund.org/index.php/donate. The form is linked to the right side of the donation webpage.  By mailing in the donation form, you can choose to give by allotment from your retired pay for 12 months beginning 1 July 2022, or by sending a check or money order of any amount to:

JBSA-RANDOLPH TX  78150              
*Please don’t send cash in the mail.
You can also opt to donate via Text-to-Give by texting AFAF to 50155.
Again, on behalf of the four charities, and on behalf of the thousands of Fellow Airmen, Guardians and families you’ve impacted – thank you!
Page updated Sept 29, 2021