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Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society



To provide, in partnership with the Navy and Marine Corps, financial, educational, and other need-based assistance to active-duty and retired Sailors and Marines, their eligible family members, and survivors.


Where your support goes

We provide effective client service in a consistent, compassionate, and non-judgmental manner

We are committed to preserving the dignity, self-respect, and confidentiality of our clients

We are responsible stewards of the funds entrusted to us by our donors

We provide our volunteers and employees with the training and resources to be effective -- offering consistent services throughout the Society

We recognize the vital role our volunteer force plays in the delivery of Society programs and services


The results 

In 2006, the Society expanded the traditional Visiting Nurse Program to include those returning from Iraq with physical injuries and traumatic stress disorders. The Combat Casualty Assistance Visiting Nurse program provides resources and support to Marines and Sailors who served in Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) or Operation New Dawn (OND), as well as their loved ones.

For over a century, the Society has expanded its services and programs to support the changing needs of service members and their families. Yet our support is still provided by people who care about making life better for Sailors and Marines. Some things never change.