Military Children's Charity, Inc.Military Children, your service to America is not forgotten!
Chapman University filmmakers documented the life of
Tanya Graves, an Army Reserve spouse whose
unit has been impacted by the work of MCC.
For further information about the film, please visit:
*Note, the U.S. Army Reserve does not endorse
Military Children's Charity or this documentary.*
M.C.C. collects and distributes new gifts year-round to Military Family Program Officers, who in turn distribute these gifts to their own military families.
Also, Military Children's Charity provides gifts year round to a dozen military children who have lost a parent in service to our nation via our
Richard K. Johnston Bereavement Program.
M.C.C. cannot exist without the generous monetary support from the American public. Please consider making a monetary donation today to support our organization via the "donate" tab on this website.
M.C.C., 1575 East 17th St., Santa Ana, California 92705.
M.C.C. is now accepting new toys and gifts for the holiday season. Please visit our website in the near future for more detailed collection guidelines and information. Thank you!
Thank you in advance for your generosity!
M.C.C. Founder Isaiah Navarro poses with U.S. Marines aboard Camp Pendleton.
DISCLAIMER: Military Children’s Charity is not affiliated with the Federal Government of the United States of America in any capacity. The Department of Defense does not endorse this organization in any capacity whatsoever. Military Children’s Charity is set up to support and recognize the children of American Servicemembers and our military families.
Military Children's Charity, Inc. is funded by charitable donations from various individuals, corporations, grants and foundations. M.C.C. is a 501(c)(3) California non-profit public benefit corporation. Donations to M.C.C. are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by Federal Law. For more information, please consult your independent tax advisor.