Ongoing Service Drive
The JBAB/Pentagon Sexual Assault Prevention Response program has established two billeting rooms on JBAB as a short term safe haven for victims of sexual assault. These rooms are lacking basic toiletry kits which are helpful for the victim to move forward during an extremely stressful period in their life. The SAPR program is unable to accept monetary donations, but is able to accept donated goods. The safe haven rooms are intended for short-term use so travel size items are preferred.
Donations of toiletries are accepted at the AFOSC monthly luncheons, at the Service Projects table. For more information, contact Charlene at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How you can help?
We would be thrilled to have your assistance with our AFOSC Service Projects!
I look forward to meeting you at a luncheon or other AFOSC event.
Feel free to contact Kim at ServiceProjects@afoscdc.com.
As the chairperson for the Service Projects Committee of the Air Force Officers’ Spouses’ Club of Washington, DC, I invite you to join with us as we seek to make a positive impact on the community around us.
How do we do this?
Each month we highlight a different service organization in the Washington, DC area. We advertise their mission statement and make our membership aware of what the organization is doing to benefit others. Using this information we create an opportunity for our membership to donate goods to the organization, or make a financial gift to the organization when we gather at the monthly AFOSC luncheon.
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