The Airmen Memorial Foundation (AMF) was established in 1983, it is an organization that offers not-for-profit charitable and educational assistance. Through various means of funding such as contributions and mission partnership and cooperation, the organization has been able to raise funds for admirable and impactful causes such as scholarships for enlisted Airmen’s children of the age 23 years and younger.
The Foundation also manages The Air Force Sergeants Association (AFSA) scholarship programs and it provides scholarship awards to special recipients in support of the AFSA professional Educational and Development Symposium all with the aid and support of its Mission Partners.
The Funds to support the AMF program are derived principally from the annual Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) drive and also from generous donors.
The AMF is recorded under its national charity designation number 10517, allowing of DoD personnel a way to support the AMF motto: Taking Care of Our Own.
Furthermore, to include its auxiliary continuing education grant, The Air Force Sergeants Association (AFSA) provides funds for worthy courses like scholarships for its member’s children aged 23 years and younger.