The Military Officers Association of America
Albuquerque, New Mexico



    This year, the ABQ Chapter donated to the following organizations at the Annual Chapter Membership Meeting:

    – Rio Grande Valley Blue Star Mothers………………….$1,500

    – Valencia County Chapter Blue Star Mothers…………$1,500

    – New Mexico Veteran Integration Center………………$3,000

    – Albuquerque Fisher House…………………………………$250.00

    – Paws & Stripes…………………………………………………$2,500

    Thank you all for making these donations possible!


    The Albuquerque Chapter has been approved by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax deductible public charity. Each year the program has grown as the Ski Club, Tours, special projects, and individual donors contribute sizable amounts. Donors may contribute to the overall Giving Program, or they may specify all or part of their donation to one of the causes listed below. Any targeted donation will be added to the amount already budgeted for that cause. Charitable Giving Causes:

    • Charitable Giving Program (General Giving)
    • UNM ROTC Awards
    • Kirtland AFB Quarterly Awards Program
    • JROTC Awards Support (17 local High Schools)
    • Blue Star Mothers
      • Rio Grande Chapter
      • Valencia Chapter
    • Gold Star Mothers, Albuquerque Chapter
    • NM Veteran’s Integration Center
    • NM Veterans Memorial Support
    • Honor Flight
    • Albuquerque Chapter, MOAA College Scholarship
    • Adaptive Sports (Veterans)
    • NM 100 Club

    Send your donation to:

    Albuquerque Chapter, MOAA, PO Box 5071 Albuquerque, New Mexico 87185-5071

    For more information, contact the Chapter Treasurer:


    The Chapter has established the Albuquerque Chapter of MOAA Endowment at the Albuquerque Community Foundation (ACF). The Board took this action to enhance our current, and especially our future, ability to contribute to worthy charitable organizations that help our military personnel, veteran’s and their families. This endowment will provide for enhanced charitable giving in normal years and funds to maintain our donations through lean years. Each year the endowment will make available to the Chapter about 4 – 5% of the value that the Board can use for our giving program. In good years, the Board can decide to add to the principle of the endowment. The endowment can also be a part of our member’s estate planning and giving for those who are so inclined. Working with the ACF gives us an established organization to manage our funds ensuring that our charitable goals are met over the long haul. ACF performs this function for over 90 charitable organizations and 300 individuals in Albuquerque and has about $56M that their investment Board supervises. The ACF was founded in 1978 and its endowments are professionally managed. More information about the ACF, can be found at their website, The Chapter point of contact is the treasurer:

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    Members are welcome to attend:   Our upcoming BOD meeting will be held 1st Thursday of each month at 11:30am MST in-person at the GD Psych Services Board Room and via zoom.    If you are attending

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