This, Is what we do.
The Charities & programs we support
Color - Honor Guard
Community and civic organizations may request ceremonial support from the Marine Corps League Detachment 1267 Color Guard, for participation in appropriate events, in and near The Villages Florida. The Color Guard provides the presentation of Colors (The National Ensign, Pow-MIA Flag, The Marine Corps League Detachment Flag - Marine Corps Flag and other US military services flags. Also the provides appropriate honors for military funerals.
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The mission of RED-Shirt-Fridays is to show support for our servicemen and servicewomen. We care only about making our support of our servicemen and servicewomen known to our fellow Americans and the world. We wish to let our servicemen and servicewomen know we support their sacrifice and that we will not forget them; we will do this by wearing RED every Friday. Although Red Shirt Fridays was not our idea, we became involved and started raising money, to directly support veterans and military members, and their families. A few of us know what it is like to be half a world away from your life, to feel that no one cares. Our hope is that none of our armed forces will ever have to go through that.
Our job is to support our troops and in the process we can help to increase their morale by showing we care. Let’s face it, your show of appreciation could very well save someone’s son or daughter’s life. So our question to you is, will you do your part and wear RED on Fridays?
Operation, Helping Hands
James A. Haley VA Hospital
Empowering Military Families
Assistance for active duty military patients & families
Since the beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, the James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital has had a marked increase in the number of wounded and injured active duty members referred for treatment. Their Spinal Cord Injury and Comprehensive Rehabilitation Units have treated some of the most severely injured service members who have been in combat in these operations. The average stay for the injured is 45 days. Many of the families travel from all over the country and must provide for themselves while staying here in the Tampa Bay area.
You are welcome to join us on the third Thursday of each month. Contact us through the link below for more information.
Or CLICK HERE to visit their website.
Toys For Tots
The basic mission of the Marine Toys for Tots Program is to collect new unwrapped toys and distribute those toys to less fortunate children at Christmas.
The primary goal of Marine Toys for Tots is, through the gift of a new toy, help bring the joy of Christmas and send a message of hope to America's less fortunate children.
If you would like to donate or assist in our efforts, please contact us at the link below.
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The Rose Program
"Remembering The Fallen"
Special Needs Children
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All proceeds go toward The Villages High School and The Villages Marine Corps League member’s MCL Leadership Scholarship Program.
The Villages Marine Corps League has awarded 58 Leadership scholarships totaling over $53,950 to date.
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The Fund's Purpose:
Is to secure funds from the general public to assist those servicemen and women, who are residents of Florida and who have been severely injured in combat while serving in the United States Armed Forces.
Immediate family members of the injured warrior i.e. spouse and dependent children may also be eligible for financial assistance.
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Ocala Soup Kitchen
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Leesburg Regional Medical Center, Children's Unit
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Boy Scouts of America
National Desert Storm
Veterans History Project