When the Van Den Bergs welcomed their baby, David “D3” Randall, Liz left her special education teaching job to be a stay-at-home mom to D3. However, after learning about the LEAN program sponsored by AFAS, Liz learned the skills needed to start her own consulting business.
With a love for her country and the liberties we are afforded because of the men and women who serve to protect us, Callie Smith joined the U.S. Air Force in 2015. When she separated from the Air Force, AFAS helped her realize her dream of becoming an EMT through their Spouse Employment Program.
After suffering two injuries, one while deployed in Afghanistan, doctors determined that he would need reconstructive surgery on both knees and told him he would probably never run again. MSgt Guinn had a difficult, painful, and long recovery process over the course of several years. His recovery and life changed when he learned of the Air Force Wounded Warrior Program (AFW2) and the Warrior Games.
In an interview and podcast with Military Home Life, Hopper shares some programs and resources are available to airmen and their families.
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.
WASHINGTON, April 9, 2019 – Charity Navigator has awarded Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) our fourth consecutive 4-star rating as a result of our strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency. Charity Navigator is America’s largest independent charity evaluator.