Always on duty
The United Military Communities of America (UMCA) is a non-profit volunteer organization comprised of citizens and businesses in and around communities where military families live who have pledged their support to those in the military. Dedicated to “watching over those who watch over us,” UMCA strives to make soldiers, veterans and their families feel welcome, appreciated and safe through ongoing community outreach and support initiatives, including Children of the Fallen Project, a mentoring program for surviving military youth. Check out all of the ways we support soldiers, veterans and their families throughout the communities we serve.
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CHILDREN OF THE FALLEN GOLF CLASSIC
United Military Communities of America has partnered with NWGA to host a national golf tournament to help raise funds and awareness for surviving military children. Check out the list of events below and find out how you can participate.
BRIEF FROM THE FRONT
As the director of The Army’s Army, I work to make soldiers and their families feel welcome and appreciated in Fayetteville/Cumberland County. I run this blog so you can see what we’ve been up to.
Camaro South partners with The Army’s Army to support the Children of the Fallen Project™ mentoring program
The Army’s Army has joined forces with Camaro South to host the 5th annual Camaros For Heroes event, benefiting the country’s brave servicemen and women, as well as military children who have lost a parent or guardian in the war.
This year’s Ride to Honor Gran Fondo was a huge success and wouldn’t have been possible without the support of our wonderful partners and sponsors.
These are our partners