Let me share our charitable goal with all of you! This is a group of people that have given so much to all of us and many need a lot of personal help. Many of these families struggle to get on their feet, after their service. I, as most Americans, had no idea of the dire financial situation of many activated reservists/national guard families and those families of troops wounded in the line of duty. Over 40% of all troops in the middle east the past 6+ years have been activated reservists/national guards- often receiving 30-40% less in military pay than they made in civilian life, but their bills remain the same- or those wounded who in many cases can never achieve the financial future they had before. It is estimated by the VA that over 300,000 troops will suffer either physical or physiological brain issues alone. NULL
If you look below, you can see a small sample of the hundreds of stories that I was exposed to through The Murray Grey Foundation and its Military Families Support operation, serving the families of those who serve America. As a proud American, It made me want to be a part of the solution and to team up with the Foundation. This Foundation is one of the few organizations that actually help with immediate financial assistance, without the red tape.
We at The Network Marketing Magazine said YES when we were asked to help The Murray Grey Foundation in a number of ways to support these military families.
Here are a few: Raise money through their $20 for the families campaign (www.twentyforthetroops.com) . This is a campaign that raises cash that goes directly to the needs of the families. To help further, we have, also through this campaign, given those networkers who will make a donation, bonuses for them and their downline, upline and crossline to extend membership to The Network Marketing Magazine, free with their donations. Find out more at: https://thenetworkmarketingmagazine.com/OnlineMilitaryFamily/ We also have agreed to help The Murray Grey Foundation produce an online magazine called Online Military Family. This magazine will be a free resource for the families focused on the financial wellbeing of military families. We will be making available a new communication tool that will be available to all of you called www.LiveOnlineMeeting.com. This tool will be available for the families to do video conferencing with their loved ones all across the world.
We all can help in one very special way and that’s to offer military members and their families along with all veterans, the blessing of the income producing ability of our industry and the great companies, products and services this industry represents.
If you don’t know how to get started in sharing to this group, contact us in the comment form and we will help you. I know that this month’s issue has been dedicated to Goals. Thank you for allowing me to share our charitable goal with all of you! Aim high! George Madiou Just A sample of requests from military families that the MGF has helped! My name is xxxx. I am a military wife and my husband is currently in Ranger School. We are just recovering from a 15 month deployment. After our deployment we found out that we were expecting our 3rd child to be born in Feb however this came as a huge surprise and early financial situations when she was born in Oct. We have 2 other children who are both in school and as a single mother at this point in time with my husband being gone I am finding it hard to cope. We fell behind on utility payments and this morning I awoke to finding out that our power will be shut off today. We are behind a few months and as much as I am aware that this is a preventable situation we hit a hard spot financially and were unable to make those payments. Any help your foundation could offer us would be greatly appreciated as it is getting colder and with a newborn, a 3 year old as well as a 6 year old our family cannot afford to be without. Please help!
anization can help us connect with others to get some assistance in our time of need. My husband is a proud PFC in the Army National Guard and recently deployed to Iraq. We also have a 7 year old daughter with Autism. As you can imagine that challenge on it’s own is a difficult one, however with my husband’s deployment it has created a load that is nearly to much to bear, emotionally and financially. I had to leave a management position with a good company for a part time job so I can to take care of our daughters needs. Currently, we are having trouble making our house payment and the expenses of the new school year are looming. If there is any financial assistance you can offer we would