Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C. --
Col. Mikel Huber, left, Marine Corps Air Station Commanding Officer, Maj. Gen. Karsten Heckl, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Commanding General, center, and Capt. Douglas Stephens, Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point Commanding Officer kickoff the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) Active Duty Fund Drive beginning 1 March, 2020. The NMCRS is able to provide a variety of services and programs all thanks to those who are able to contribute. These programs and services are provided to assist Marines, Sailors and their families if they were to encounter a personal or family financial crisis. Contributing to the Active Duty Fund Drive is an excellent way to help take care of those to your left and right, as well as their families. You never know what someone else may be going through. The Active Duty Fund Drive will go from 1 March, 2020 until 15 April, 2020.