• Military-Civilian Charitable Foundation, PO Box 6495, San Antonio, TX 78209
  • info@milcivfoundation.com

Military Family Support

The Military-Civilian Charitable Foundation connects the Military-Civilian Club membership to groups who give direct support and services to military and veterans’ families.  The contributions that club members provide give swift and meaningful assistance in a variety of programs. Through close contact with the military services and veterans’ networks, MCCF helps military and veteran organizations with their specific needs.

During the club year 2022 – 2023, MCCF granted over $44,910 to 15 organizations with impactful community programs:

Fisher House, INC. – MCCF donation provided support to military members and families staying in Fisher Houses.

San Antonio Food Bank – MCCF provided support to help alleviate the severe demand for services.  The donation was earmarked for military and veterans’ families.

Brighton Center – Grant will provide the right help at the right time and level the playing field for military children with disabilities and developmental delays.

Military Spouse Advocacy Network – Grant will provide assistance for programs and services.


Esposas Militares Hispanas, USA Armed Forces  – Provided a grant to assist with providing programs and services.


Warrior Family Fund – In October, MCCF provided treats and volunteer support for the JBSA-Fort Sam Howl Down, event for special needs children and their families.


Purple Up USA – Celebrate the military child and raise awareness about these wonderful children

Soldiers’ Angels – Grant to assist with food, transportation, and household items to homeless veterans.

Military Child Education Coalition: MCCF ‘s grant provided support to the citywide programs in 30+ schools in the San Antonio area.

Operation Homefront: Grant to provide support to citywide programs in the San Antonio area.


Family Service – MCCF provided grant support and gift cards to Strong Families, Strong Forces programs specific to military families.  Family Service: empowering individuals and families transform their lives and strengthen their communities.


Wish for Our Heroes – dedicated to providing resources to the “average” active-duty military member, in order to make their deployments a little easier, and to improve the quality of their family lives while home or during deployment.


GRASP (Greater Randolph Area Services Program) – MCCF grant assisted GRASP in their efforts to provide military members and veterans social services, food, rent, and support.  to military members and veterans.


Randolph Field Educational Foundation:  Provided funds to assist with grants for student and faculty to enhance the curriculum.


South Texas Veterans Healthcare System – Provided gift cards.