The Minuteman Emergency Assistance Fund (MEAF) is a benefits program receiving funds from the Minuteman Fund of Washington.


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Where is the money going?

2018 MEAF Grant Summary

Grants amount requested in 2018: $28,911.88

Grants amount approved in 2018: $15,608.05

Number of grant requests in 2018: 23

Number of grant requests approved in 2018: 16

2018 Approved Grants by Category

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2018 Contributions

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2017 MEAF Grant Summary

Grants amount requested in 2017: $46,585.74

Grants amount approved in 2017: $20,634.71

Number of grant requests in 2017: 33

Number of grant requests approved in 2017: 23

2017 Approved Grants by Category

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2017 Donations

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How is MEAF Funded?

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Combined Federal Campaign

Combined Fund Drive

Corporate sponsors

Individual contributions

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What does the MEAF cover?

auto repair

 

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Rent

Food

Clothing

Utilities

Essential privately owned vehicle

Loss of funds

Medical, dental or hospital expenses

Non-receipt of pay

Funeral expenses for dependents

Emergency travel expenses

Fire or disaster

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What impact does the MEAF have on Washington Families?


Minuteman Fund of Washington

EMERGENCY ASISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM

Impact on Washington Families

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2018 = $15,108.05 helped 12 Washington families in need

2017 = $22,532.56 helped 21 Washington families in need

2016 = $17,122.44 helped 115 Washington families in need

2015 = $9,115.00 helped 35 Washington families in need

2014 = $29,791.62 helped 58 Washington families in need

2013 = $51,417.37 helped 91 Washington families in need

2012 = $114,939.24 helped 205 Washington families in need

2011 = $57,073.84 helped 107 Washington families in need

2010 = $31,276.96 helped 68 Washington families in need

2009 = $90,294.32 helped 181 Washington families in need

2008 = $53,553.92 helped 107 Washington families in need

2007 = $29,843.51 helped 63 Washington families in need

2006 = $28,122.27 helped  54 Washington families in need

2005 = $30,371.80 helped 64 Washington families in need

2004 = $27,570.00 helped 61 Washington families in need

2003 = $13,513.33 helped 37 Washington families in need

2002 = $21,287.22 helped 48 Washington families in need

2001 = $20,915.00 helped 61 Washington families in need

2000 = $16,329.50 helped 39 Washington families in need

 

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TOTAL NUMBER OF FAMILIES (2000-2018): 1,482

TOTAL MEAF GRANTS (2000-2017): $707,062.96

Soldiers and airmen needing emergency assistance can contact a Family Programs Specialist during normal business hours:

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Camp Murray / Puyallup / Bonney LakeJSS Bldg 3 Camp Murray 253-945-1869 / 253-355-5124
Moses Lake6500 32nd Ave NE, Moses Lake 98837 509-630-0701 
Pasco127 W Clark St. Pasco WA 99301 509-545-2031 / 253-355-5936 
Kent / Redmond24410 Military Road, Kent 98032 253-512-8766 / 253-208-8602 
Yakima2501 Airport Lane, Yakima 98901 509-469-4638 / 509-844-4059 
Tacoma / Camp Murray / JBLMJSS Bldg 3 Camp Murray 253-512-8367 / 206-473-2896 
Marysville / Smokey Point / Bellingham13613 40th Ave NE Marysville 98271 360-436-2423 / 253-355-6388 
Port Orchard / Bremerton 360-874-2966 / 253-254-1906
Olympia / Centralia515 Eastside St SE, Olympia 98501 360-704-6707 / 360-628-7195 
Tacoma / Camp Murray / JBLMJSS Bldg 3 Camp Murray 253-512-8367 / 800-364-7492 
Pierce County Readiness CenterPierce County Readiness Center Camp Murray 253-512-1350/ 253-254-1906 
Vancouver / Longview15005 N.E 64th St. Vancouver 98682 360-604-7373 / 360-355-6239 

Your donations help our soldiers and airmen

in times of financial crisis and personal challenges