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The results of the hard-fought repeal of the "Widows Tax" will be seen by beneficiaries beginning in 2021. Here's what to expect.
Previous criteria of in-person and hands-on requirements for Council/Chapter activities will be looked at with leniency due to the pandemic. Consider applying in light of this update.
Grants of up to $500 per household are available. Learn who is eligible, and how you can help make a difference.
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Find links to all the resources you'll need below. If you have any questions, please contact Council and Chapter Affairs at Chapters@moaa.org or call 800-234-6622, and ask to speak with a Chapter Affairs Specialist.
Fast access: Click here for the Committee Module resources page (includes a link to log in), here for the online chapter membership dues collection tool, and here for the latest Council and Chapter news from The MOAA Newsletter.
These tips can help you get started advocating for legislation that impacts military surviving spouses.
The March issue of Council & Chapter News is now available. Find details about the Levels of Excellence Award Contest and advocacy tips and resources, plus see what MOAA affiliates have been up to in their communities.
The February issue of Council & Chapter News is now available. Learn about the results of the 2020 Chapter Recruiting Program, find resources for handling grief, plus see what MOAA affiliates have been up to in their communities.
This material was created to share information, resource tools, and best practices to enable council and chapter leaders to grow and sustain strong chapters. Login required to download.
This MOAA program has awarded more than a quarter-million dollars in grants since its 2017 launch.
The outgoing chair of MOAA’s Surviving Spouse Advisory Council reflects on the group’s successes over the past year.