Marine Corps Family Foundation
The Marine Corps Family Foundation was created in 2004 when Operation Santa USMC grew from a small local outreach to a national project. Volunteers and contributors from all over the country came forward to support deployed Marines in Iraq and Afghanistan. In three months, the Operation Santa project successfully sent Christmas stockings and gifts to over 6,000 US Marines who spent the holidays away from family and friends.
With the success of this project, community interest in supporting Marines grew, and MCFF established itself as a charitable organization in order to coordinate projects, collaborate with volunteers and supporters, and communicate ways to show our dedication and support for our deployed troops.
Today, Operation Santa USMC is just one of MCFF's many projects that were initiated in an effort to show tangible support for our deployed Marines and their families here at home. We invite you to get involved, to share your ideas, and to become part of our Marine Corps Family.
The Marine Corps Family Foundation mission is one of commitment, collaboration and communication to encourage and support our United States Marines and their families through the administration of special projects, coordinating volunteers & donations, and networking with supportive organizations and agencies.
- Address 4280 44th Ct NESalem, OR 97305
- Connie Riecke
- Community, Health & Medicine, Veterans & Military Families