AMSG is committed to reaching our communities, veterans, and citizens through robust outreach programs that ensure a diverse collaboration where all voices can be heard.
ASAP’s mission is to build a creative community where veterans thrive through the Arts. ASAP provides free art, comedy, storytelling and improv classes to military veterans, family members, caregivers and active duty personnel.
Bunker Labs is an essential ingredient for any budding entrepreneur or business leader, but more importantly, Bunker Labs is a crucial starting point for military Veterans and spouses hoping to start a new enterprise or expand an existing business.
AMSG is proud to support the Headstrong Project www.getheadstrong.org. With a mission to “Heal The Hidden Wounds of War”, Headstrong provides cost-free, bureaucracy-free, stigma-free, confidential, and effective mental health treatment for post-9/11 veterans and their families.
AMSG supports the Navy SEAL Foundation with a donation to one of the Foundation’s premier annual fundraising events. The Tampa Bay Frogman Swim strives to build national awareness of the Naval Special Warfare community and supports the Navy SEAL Foundation, whose mission is to provide immediate and ongoing support and assistance to the Naval Special Warfare community and their families.
AMSG is proud to be a supporter of the Travis Manion Foundation (TMF). The Travis Manion Foundation honors the fallen and assists our nation’s veterans and service members by supporting families of fallen heroes. The TMF has created an outreach program called Character Does Matter (CDM), empowering veterans and families of the fallen to deliver inspiring presentations to High Schools across the nation. AMSG personnel serve as ambassadors in this program, relating stories and inspiring young people to demonstrate character by exhibiting courage, integrity, leadership and service in their everyday lives. AMSG has also supported the Travis Manion Foundation’s Alexandria 9/11 Heroes Run! AMSG provides financial support for the event and our team members have served in all capacities in support of the race. In fact, our President & CEO, Jim O’Farrell, has served as the Race Director since the inception of the Alexandria 9/11 Heroes Run.
The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation was established to honor the service and sacrifice of Marines and their families. As our Nation’s oldest and largest provider of need-based scholarships to military children, the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation helps cover the cost of attending post-high school, undergraduate, and career and technical education programs.
Makindu Children’s Program provides financial, advisory and technical guidance to Makindu Children’s Centre and supports their efforts to provide nutritional, medical and emotional support, and access to education and vocational training to destitute AIDS orphans and other vulnerable children.
In 2004, Shin Fujiyama, a Northern Virginia resident, spent his winter break from the University of Mary Washington (located in Fredericksburg, VA) volunteering in Honduras. In 2006, he started Students Helping Honduras (SHH) with his sister, Cosmo. Shin established a makeshift office in his dorm room closet for the 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization and began collecting coins inside a plastic penny jar. Upon graduation in 2007, Shin and Cosmo moved to Honduras to build up the organization. Together with the people of Honduras, the organization built the village of Villa Soleada, the Villa Soleada Children’s Home, and the Villa Soleada Bilingual School. Concurrently, the team began building schools towards a goal of building 1,000 schools throughout Honduras.
Every Page Counts is a local non-profit created with the hope of fostering rich literacy environments in underserved areas.
We are proud to support the General Federation of Women’s Clubs of Virginia (GFWC Virginia) with a donation of over $6,700 in reaching their goal of raising $35,000 for the Armed Services YMCA to purchase a bus to transport children of military families to daily childcare.
AMSG recently became a “Dream Sponsor” for the hospital’s 60th anniversary gala in Washington, DC