Educational Assistance

Three Children, Three College Degrees – With a Lot of Work and a Little Help from NMCRS

When their daughter graduates with a degree in social work next month, Susan and Scott Bingham will finally be done paying for college for their three children. Tuition – even for one student – can be [...]

Noted Author and Former Navy Brat Got Her Start Thanks to Your Support

By Betsy Rosenblatt Rosso Kimberly Willis Holt had already written several childrens books when she created the character of nine year-old Piper Reed, the daughter of a Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer, in Piper Reed, Navy Brat. [...]

Your Generosity Makes Educational Dreams Possible

Chelsea and Megan Long, left, are pursuing their educational dreams, thanks to the Society’s financial assistance. Chelsea is in her final year of a nursing program and Megan, a junior, is studying elementary and special education. [...]

Your Donations Help Navy and Marine Corps Children Pursue College Education

“Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom.” George Washington Carver In its most recent survey of college pricing, the College Board reports that a “moderate” college budget for an in-state public college for [...]

From Demolition Man to Physics Teacher: Marine Gets Fresh Start with Scholarship

By Betsy Rosenblatt Rosso James McQuoid was on security detail in Afghanistan when he decided to take the SATs. “It was a lot calmer than in Iraq,” he explained. McQuoid, formerly a Marine infantryman, enlisted in [...]

Your Generosity at Work in 2013

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The Family of QMCS Vernon T. Foster, USN

Attack on the USS Stark (FFG 31) – MAY 17, 1987 May 17, 2012 marked the 25th anniversary of the attack on the USS STARK while the warship was on patrol in the Arabian Gulf. The [...]

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