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Military Family Relief Fund Donate
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In the Fall of 2004, Public Act 363 of 2004 was signed by the governor to establish the Military Family Relief Fund (MFRF) within the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs. In the Spring of 2014, Public Act 62 of 2014 amended the original Military Family Relief Fund Act.
The purpose of the MFRF is to assist families of certain members of the reserve components of the United States armed forces called to active duty by the president of the United States or the United States secretary of defense as a result of national response to September 11, 2001 or as a response to a national emergency declared by the president of the United States and for which funds are being spent by the federal government.
This Act continues to assist military families with grants funding financial assistance for clothing, food, housing, utilities, medical services or prescriptions, insurance payments, vehicle payments or other related necessities of daily living.
Send a check or money order made out to the "State of Michigan" and mail to:
Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
Office of Financial Services
Reserve Forces Service Center
3423 North Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Lansing, MI 48906
Attn: Military Family Relief Fund
Designate a portion of your income tax return by completing line # 4 of your Voluntary Contributions Schedule (Form MI-4642). You must then carry over this amount to line # 22 of your Individual Income Tax Return (MI-1040). Form MI-4642 must be included with your MI-1040 to ensure your contributions are properly credited to the designated fund.