About Navy Mother's Clubs of America
HISTORY: Navy Mothers' Clubs of America was organized in June 1930 by Emma Jones of McAllen, TX.
Club No. 1 began with 29 members.
OUR MISSION: Helping our Military Personnel, Veterans and supporting one another. Navy Mothers' Clubs of America is nonsectarian and non-political and is primarily a Welfare Organization. During the war years it was one of only 20 organizations recognized by the President's Welfare Control Board. It has been in active Welfare Work since 1930, is tax exempt by Internal Revenue Service.
LOCAL CLUBS: Each Navy Mothers' Club has it's own projects it pursues, while following the by-laws and guidelines of the Navy Mothers' Clubs of America.
REACHING OUT: Some clubs are active at the U.S.O., Veterans Homes, VA Hospitals, etc.
RECOGNITION: A special National Navy Mothers' Day, in August of each year, was proclaimed by the Navy Dept. in recognition of the dedicated women who are interested in the welfare of the men and women in the US Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, and Sea Bees.
NATIONAL: The National Convention, with delegates from every Club in the US is held biennially in the even years; this Convention is held in a different section of the country each time. State Conventions are held biennially in the odd years.
Are you a mother, stepmother, or someone who has raised a son or daughter since childhood and your son or daughter is serving or has served in the US Navy, US Marines, US coast Guard and Sea Bees? You could be an ACTIVE member of the Navy Mothers' Clubs of America!
Are you a father, brother, sister, grandmother, husband or wife or son or daughter of present military personnel or those having received an honorable or medical discharge? You could be ASSOCIATE Member of the Navy Mothers' Clubs of America!
Are you a Chaplain of Navy, Marines, or Coast Guard, former Chaplain or civilian interested in aiding Navy Mothers' Clubs of America? You could be an HONORARY Member of the Navy Mothers' Clubs of America!
Would you like to join your local Navy Mothers' Clubs of America or start a new chapter in your area? We'd love to hear from you!
Joining Navy Mothers' Clubs of America, you will meet with others who share your passion and concern for loved ones serving our country. Not only do we support those in the service - we support one another. We are a family of caring, compassionate people who give to those who give so much for our nation each and every day. Won't you join us?
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