Throughout the year, MOAA Charities offers various events to support our Career Transition, Military Spouse Professional Development, Professional Education Outreach, and Scholarship Fund. Events are free to all members of the greater uniformed servicemember community. 

Venice and the Jewels of Veneto Cruise

September 8th - September 15th, 2024

MOAA Signature Cruises offer a safe and convenient way to experience a high-quality and affordable vacation. Enjoy the camaraderie of traveling with your fellow MOAAA members and their guests from around the country, as you make new friends and reconnect with others. Plus, MOAA leadership and staff are onboard to ensure a stress-free vacation and enjoy every part of the rip to the fullest as you make lifelong memories.

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Whether it be classic military literature, a novel, a thought piece on leadership, or an illustrated children's book, the authority of servicemembers, veterans, and military spouses sharing their lived experiences resonates with readers.

Are you interested in connecting with a literary audience but not sure how to get started? Or have you written something you would like to get published but don't know how to set yourself apart from the pack?

Navigating the publishing world can be a complex and daunting challenge for any aspiring author. You are far from alone, and MOAA can help.

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Are you interested in a free flight to Germany? How about a week in a cabin on the beach in Hawaii? Or maybe you would rather stay in a luxury resort in downtown Tokyo?

Space-A flights, Space-A lodging, and military recreational lodging are all part of your earned military benefits, but many people don’t know how to take advantage of these programs. Join MOAA’s Lila Quintiliani, program director, for financial and benefits education/counseling, and special guest Stephanie Montague from the popular blog Poppin’ Smoke for a breakdown of how to travel “military style.”

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Great leaders are lifelong learners. But self-improvement doesn't come easy.


You may have trouble visualizing leadership techniques and management approaches as presented in self-development books and professional journals. Or you may be searching for a more entertaining, enjoyable way to grow your employees' leadership skills.


Interested? Join Lt. Col. Aric Raus, USA, assistant professor of Command and Leadership at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and a member of MOAA's national board of directors, as he explains how you can use some of Hollywood’s best known films and actors to take leadership training from the classroom to the big screen.