More than $150,000 in proceeds are also expected to be donated to Soldier On and the Military Families Fund.
What does MFF stand for?
MFF stands for Military Families Fund (Canada)
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We have 101 other meanings of MFF in our Acronym Attic
- Maritime Fall Fair (Canada)
- Mary Ferrell Foundation (Ipswich, MA)
- Maryland Film Festival
- Matematicko-Fyzikalni Fakulta (Czech Republic)
- Melbourne Fringe Festival (Australia)
- Mendocino Film Festival (California)
- Messe Frankfurt Feiras (German fair organizer)
- Mexican Fruit Fly (pest)
- Michigan Fitness Foundation (Lansing, MI)
- Midwest FurFest
- Military Free Fall (parachuting)
- Military Front for Families
- Milken Family Foundation (Santa Monica, CA)
- Mobil Film Festival (annual; San Diego, CA)
- Mobile Field Force (Baltimore County Police Department)
- Mobile Film Festival (France)
- Mountain Film Festival (various locations)
- Mozilla Firefox
- Multi-Faith Forum (various locations)
- Music for Films (Brian Eno album)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Wargaming America has chosen four non-profit organizations for the four weeks in May to receive proceeds from sales within its award-winning game, World of Tanks: AMVETS, Homes for our Troops, Military Families Fund and Paralyzed Veterans of America.
Proceeds from this event will benefit important programs such as Soldier On, supporting ill and injured military personnel, and the Military Families Fund, which assists families facing unforeseen needs resulting from conditions of service.
Established in April 2007, the Military Families Fund (MFF) allows the senior leadership of the Canadian Forces to quickly respond to the unique, unforeseen and often immediate needs of military members and their families which cannot be supported through current departmental policies or personal financial resources.
The Military Families Fund (MFF) is a charity that, over the past five years, has raised millions of dollars from ordinary Canadians to help military families who, according to their website, "often face unforeseen and immediate needs that have resulted due to conditions of service.
ca The Military Families Fund (MFF) and Soldier On Fund exist only through generous donations.
The money raised from the Army Run goes to support two excellent causes: the Military Families Fund and the Soldier on Fund.
But Minister MacKay, couldn't the Military Families Fund not be engaged to provide assistance?