Local businesses have teamed up with Family & MWR to bring awareness to the Never Forgotten Card program and Survivor Outreach Services (SOS). SOS provides support and assistance for Families of fallen service members by providing compassionate advocacy services, using available Army and external resources.
The Never Forgotten Card is just one step to continue that support. The Never Forgotten Card program includes everyday benefits, providing an extra discount at participating businesses. The card is provided to Survivors in recognition of their sacrifices. It demonstrates the community's commitment to provide quality programs and services to enhance Survivors' quality of life. The card is offered to spouses, children, parents and siblings (18 years and younger) of fallen service members. Survivors are issued Never Forgotten photo ID cards thru the Fort Rucker Survivor Outreach Services (SOS).
As awareness of the program has grown, local businesses have inquired as how they, too, can be a part of this program. To participate in the program with discounts available to Survivors businesses can now register with Fort Rucker Family & MWR.
Businesses interested in supporting the program should complete the Business Registry Application available at http://www.ftruckermwr.com/never-forgotten-card/ and return via email to email@example.com or fax to (334)255-1874. Applicants will be notified within five business days and upon approval will be issued a window decal to be displayed as a symbol of support identifying your business as a Never Forgotten Card business participant.
For more information on how businesses can be a part of the Never Forgotten Card program contact Fort Rucker Family & MWR, Janice Erdlitz, Marketing Director at 255-2292, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.ftruckermwr.com/never-forgotten-card/ .
Participation in this program does not imply Army endorsement and is not part of the Family & MWR Sponsorship or Advertising program.
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