What impact does the MEAF have on Washington families?
The Minuteman Fund only accepts private donations
Combined Federal Campaign
Combined Fund Drive
The Minuteman Emergency Assistance Fund (MEAF)
is a benefits program receiving funds from the Minuteman Fund of Washington.
Where is the money going?
What does the MEAF cover?
The MEAF is run by volunteers
MEAF PURPOSE: To award grants to members of the Washington National Guard and their families who find themselves in temporary financial need.
Soldiers and airmen needing emergency assistance can contact a Family Programs Specialist during normal business hours:
Non-receipt of pay
Loss of funds
Funeral expenses for dependents
Emergency travel expenses
Essential privately owned vehicle
Fire or disaster
Medical, dental, or hospital expenses
Camp Murray / Puyallup / Bonney Lake SS Bldg 3 Camp Murray 253-945-1869 / 253-355-5124
Moses Lake 6500 32nd Ave NE, Moses Lake 98837 509-630-0701
Pasco 127 W Clark St. Pasco WA 99301 509-545-2031 / 253-355-5936
Kent / Redmond 24410 Military Road, Kent 98032 253-512-8766 / 253-208-8602
Yakima 2501 Airport Lane, Yakima 98901 509-469-4638 / 509-844-4059
Tacoma / Camp Murray / JBLM JSS Bldg 3 Camp Murray 253-512-8367 / 206-473-2896
Marysville / Smokey Point / Bellingham 13613 40th Ave NE Marysville 98271 360-436-2423 / 253-355-6388
Port Orchard / Bremerton 360-874-2966 / 253-254-1906
Olympia / Centralia 515 Eastside St SE, Olympia 98501 360-704-6707 / 360-628-7195
Tacoma / Camp Murray / JBLM JSS Bldg 3 Camp Murray 253-512-8367 / 800-364-7492
Pierce County Readiness Center Pierce County Readiness Ctr Camp Murray 253-512-1350/ 253-254-1906
Vancouver / Longview 15005 N.E 64th St. Vancouver 98682 360-604-7373 / 360-355-6239