The Lingenfelters have never been more grateful for their Air Force family. “Without you, we would not have found the hope to forge ahead and keep pushing to recovery.” Paying it forward, MSgt Lingenfelter says he and his family have chosen to stay in the area to support their military and local community, positive that both Tyndall and the community will recover.
The Dodges received a $1500 grant as part of $6.5 million that AFAS provided in hurricane relief to assist Airmen impacted by Hurricane Michael. Dodge said “The assistance AFAS provided was much appreciated and was exactly what Tyndall Airmen and their families needed! Thank you!”.
In October 2018, TSgt Brown was stationed at Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida when Hurricane Michael devastated the area. The grant TSgt Brown received from AFAS helped her family begin the process of rebuilding their home, and it eased a huge burden for her.
Air Force Aid Society provided $6.5 million in emergency assistance grants to Airmen. Sanchez found relief from his squadron’s Facebook page where he saw the Air Force Aid Society was providing $1,500 for Airmen with dependents.
Balfour Beatty Communities Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to supporting organizations that help military personnel and their families, today announced a donation of $25,000 to the Air Force Aid Society to support Air Force families who were affected by Hurricane Michael.
AFAS donations have helped greatly in providing relief and emergency assistance to Airmen affected by Hurricane Michael. In this interview with KMOX News Radio, learn how you can help by donating to the Hurricane Fund.