Leadership Donors

MOAA Charities is grateful for every person who makes a personal contribution to The MOAA Foundation and/or MOAA Scholarship Fund. To celebrate the donors who go above and beyond the call of duty, we have several donor societies to recognize advance levels of support.

MOAA Donor Societies

With a deep commitment to our mission, these donors go above and beyond to ensure our programs have the financial support needed to impact the lives of countless members of the uniformed services community

Never Stop Serving Leadership Circle
The Never Stop Serving Leadership Circle recognizes individual, council, and chapter contributors who have made combined, non-bequest donations, over any time period, totaling at least $1,000 to both MOAA charities - the MOAA Scholarship Fund and The MOAA Foundation - and who have donated at least $500 to each charity.

MOAA Corporate Council 
The MOAA Corporate Council constitutes the corporate and organizational arm of the MOAA Heritage Society and provides year-round brand recognition to corporations and organizations making significant annual contributions in support of MOAA Foundation-funded programs. 

MOAA Heritage Society 
The MOAA Heritage Society represents the highest MOAA Foundation contributor giving level and offers year-round recognition to a special group of MOAA Life Members, councils and chapters, and other individuals demonstrating extraordinary, multi-year support of MOAA Foundation-funded programs. Society members receive a distinctive pin and special recognition at all MOAA events.

Distinguished Contributors
MOAA Foundation Distinguished Contributors are individuals, councils, chapters, or organizations that made one-time contributions of at least $250 in support of MOAA Foundation programs during 2021.

Legacy Circle Donors
The Legacy Circle comprises donors who have chosen to include the MOAA Scholarship Fund in their estate planning.

The Patriot Society
The Patriot Society recognizes those who have contributed $500,000 or more to the MOAA Scholarship Fund, either in a single donation or over time.

The Eagle Society
The Eagle Society recognizes those who have contributed $100,000 to $499,999 to the MOAA Scholarship Fund, either in a single donation or over time

Designated Scholar Society
The Designated Scholar Society recognizes those who have contributed $25,000 to $99,999 to the MOAA Scholarship Fund, either in a single donation or over time.

The Chairman’s Club
The Chairman’s Club recognizes those who made a donation in 2020 and whose gifts to the MOAA Scholarship Fund total $5,000 to $24,999, either in a single donation or over time.

The President’s Club
The President’s Club recognizes those who made a donation in 2020 and whose gifts to the MOAA Scholarship Fund total $1,000 to $4,999, either in a single donation or over time.

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I subscribe to the tradition of veterans helping veterans. The military community has a heritage of each generation honoring past generations while supporting the current generation of active veterans and their families. With that in mind, the focus of our annual giving plan is to support as many members of the military community as possible: veterans, spouses, surviving spouses, and military sons and daughters.

Maj. Gen. Richard C. “Buck” Marr, USAF (Ret)