SERVING THOSE WHO SERVED US,
ACTIVE-DUTY MILITARY, VETERANS, AND THEIR FAMILIES.
Our mission is to provide programs, services and goods that help satisfy critical needs and enhance the well-being and quality of life for Veterans, active-duty Military and their families in Massachusetts.
Each of our programs are designed to have maximum impact on the many issues Veterans and active-duty Military face. We provide solutions that make a long-lasting, life-changing difference for these brave men and women.
Massachusetts Military Support Foundation was founded by President & CEO Don Cox. Don leads a small team of regulars and many volunteers who are committed to helping Veterans and active-duty Military families in need. Many volunteers are Veterans themselves, representing each branch of the United States Military. Massachusetts Military Support Foundation (MMSF) grew from a successful regional nonprofit on Cape Cod. After seeing the success and importance of our work on Cape Cod, we knew it was imperative to expand our reach to the rest of the Commonwealth. Since then, MMSF has proved essential during the federal government shutdown of 2018-2019, and most recently the COVID-19 pandemic.
MMSF thanks the New England Patriots Foundation for sharing this important video about our combined efforts to make sure warm winter coats are provided to those in need. Our thanks to the Empowerment Plan as well.
MMSFI has provided more than 5,000,000 meals and over 23.5 milion pounds of food!
Hillary - "Thank you for the amazing event you held today at Gillette Stadium today. Please know that 20 boxes were hand delivered to veterans."
Paul - "One grateful veteran says a big thank you for what you do!!!!!"
David - "Today I benefited from the wonderful Food Drive for veterans in need during the coronavirus pandemic … I was able to pick up your box of 2 weeks worth of healthy food for my wife and myself … This was a great solution. I am grateful for your program and it’s creation to deal with problems like this caused by this unusual crisis we are all going through."
Anonymous - "Thank you for the food today. I’m a disabled retired combat army vet on limited income and your kindness made a huge difference in my life!"