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Congratulations 2021 Volunteers & Chapters-of-the-Year!
Congratulations 2021 Volunteers & Chapters-of-the-Year!
The 2021 Volunteers-of-the-Year and the Chapters-of-the-Year selections were named at the Foundation’s 2022 Spring Board of Directors Meeting.

The 2021 Volunteers-of-the-Year are:

 LCDR Lauren Peters from the Hampton Roads Chapter. Lauren raised $4,929 in chapter funds as golf tournament lead, hosted monthly networking gatherings, developed JO mentorship program on Postgrad, OpTour selection, home/life balance. She also reinvigorated Spouses Social and lead multiple community relations efforts, including Toys for Tots.

LCDR Nick Mader from the Philadelphia Chapter. Nick organized Travis Manion Foundation 9/11 Run ISO CAPT Titus, Feast of
Justice food bank support, participated in the Scholarship package review (National Support), ran Adopt a Highway and re-invigorated
community participation. He also was the captain/organizer of the Dragon Boat race team.

LT Terry Hogan from the Mechanicsburg Chapter. Terry organized golf tournament ISO 144, raising $12K, led greater Harrisburg beautification project, Paulus Orchard volunteer efforts, Young Professionals of Harrisburg – various beautification and food bank efforts.

LT Derek Fleming from the San Diego Chapter. Derek led Virtual Mentorship Panel with 100+ attendees, facilitated virtual Spouse event, led Golf Tournament fundraiser with 80+ players. He also contributed to the Children School events and supported plannning efforts to NAVSUP FLC San Diego to host OP Roadshow.


The 2021 Chapters-of-the-Year are:


Hampton Roads (President CAPT Tommy Neville)
Internal Events
Monthly networking/social gathering (virtual and in-person)
JO mentorship program on Postgrad, OpTour selection, home/life balance
3 Spouse Socials
“Beat Army” Holiday Party w/RDML Ott

Outreach Events:
Support to local shelters, mission ministries, and warehouse/yard cleanup. Led coat and food drives.
$1K in toys ISO Toys for Tots 
Formalized Habitat for Humanity partnership for future collaboration.
Local HR Flag Football Coaching Partnership


Mechanicsburg (President CAPT Joe Peth)
Internal Events:
Training with Industry professional development (partnership w/Home Depot)
Annual Golf Tournament
OP Roadshow and mentorship events
Emblematic sales of $470

Outreach Events:
Lebanon VA Hospital support to veterans for Navy birthday.
Paulus Orchard Partnership to mitigate local food insecurity
$1K in toys ISO Toys for Tots


Patuxent River  (President CAPT Matt Brickhaus)
Internal Events:
Holiday party ISO 80 people
4 professional development events ISO 120 people
5 hail and farewells ISO 117 people
Senior Guest Speaker Series (transition support, NSS-S) ISO 92 people

Outreach Events:
393 cumulative community support hours, increasing MoM as HPCON lifted.
156 contact youth sports coaching hours
66 religious support hours
20 hours of veteran event support
106 elderly/disabled minor repair hours
Golf tournament supporting 80+ players


San Diego (President CAPT Brian Anderson)
Internal Events:
4 no-host flag socials ISO chapter members
Annual Golf Tournament
Golf tournament supporting 80+ players

Outreach Events:
OP Roadshow
Senior SC Officer Leader Panel PRODEV


Philadelphia (President CDR Matt Duncan)
Internal Events:
Weekly socials, PRODEV Events.
226th Virtual Birthday Ball viewing party; HPCON delayed 227th in May
First-ever NSCF holiday party with family, international officers
First CAPT John D. Titus Award for fostering military/civilian relations…partnered with Col. (ret) Tom Manion, Travis Manion Foundation

Outreach Events:
Feast of Justice food bank support
Int’l Dragon Boat Regatta Cresencz Cup Winners
CAPT John Titus memorial run…direct partnership with Travis Manion Foundation
Renaming ceremony and Memorial Day wreath laying for Abington War Memorial
Adopt a Highway expanded in Center City, PA
Community Craft Fair supporting $3.2K fundraising

Each of these Chapters devoted significant time, energy, and passion to serve our Supply Community and further the mission of the Navy Supply Corps Foundation. Congratulations to all!

There are many outstanding volunteers across the Foundation’s 39 Chapters. All Chapters are encouraged to identify exceptional volunteers for the 2022 Volunteer-of-the-Year Award, as well as nominate your Chapter for 2022 Chapter-of-the-Year. The due date for 2022 nominations is April 1, 2023. For more information on the nominating process, please email our Recognition Committee Chair.  

Congratulations to our 2022-2023 Foundation Scholarship Recipients!
Congratulations to our 2022-2023 Foundation Scholarship Recipients!
We are excited to announce the Foundation has awarded $10,000 multi-year scholarships and single year scholarships to both Supply Corps Community high school and college students. 38 new scholarships were awarded to students for the 2022-2023 academic year worth $158,000. The recipients include children and grandchildren of Supply Corps officers and children of Supply enlisted personnel. This is in addition to the 15 previously-awarded multi-year scholarships and six Memorial Scholarships. The overall scholarship total for the 2022-2023 Scholarship year is $245,000. 

Join us in congratulating all our awardees!

Follow us on social media to meet our recipients and watch for the Summer issue of The Oakleaf for more details on this year's Scholarship board.

Click here to see the full list of scholarships awarded and to learn how you can be a part of this program!

Follow us on Social Media!
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Find us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram - we share Community news and events, resources and opportunities! Follow us on your favorite app and don't forget to tag the Foundation with your posts, too! 
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What's new with our Museum Ship Exhibits?
What's new with our Museum Ship Exhibits?
Where do Sailors and Officers eat, sleep, do laundry, receive letters/packages, and get paid? Is there a store on board? How do ships have enough supplies at sea? In an effort to answer these and other popular questions posed by the public, the Foundation has partnered with several Museum Ships (USS ALABAMA, USS HORNET, USS INTREPID, USS IOWA, USS MASSACHUSETTS, USS MIDWAY, USS NORTH CAROLINA, USS WISCONSIN) located at ports across the United States, to include Hawaii (USS MISSOURI). 

Under the Heritage Committee, the Ship Display Program was created to capture the traditions and customs of the Navy Supply Corps, as well as tell its cherished story on board some of our most treasured warships. These Memorial Ship Museums are our primary venue to engage and educate the public, providing a record of the Navy Supply Corps history and maritime traditions. From aircraft carriers to battleships, museum ships across the country host 12 to 15 million visitors per year.

Our recent project with Battleship North Carolina includes the Provisions Issue compartment, Officer Galley, and a Storeroom (pictures below). The replica can selections are based on a 1941 photograph and archived Supply Dept. records. The exhibit is still being created, but it is fun to see the progress!

  

Additionally, at the Battleship IOWA, the Navy Supply Corps Foundation partnership includes support for Vicky's Doghouse Cafe. Located on the main deck, Vicky's is a popular destination for patrons of the museum ship. The signage below was installed just in time for LA Fleet Week!


 

To learn more about our Museum Ship displays and exhibits, visit our Heritage page! Also, we would love to see pictures of you enjoying these exhibits. Email communications@usnscf.com with photos of your adventures!
 

Our Chapters are HAVING A BALL!!
Our Chapters are HAVING A BALL!!

Our Chapters are the face of the Foundation--bringing the Supply Community together through professional networking, community outreach...and incredibly fun socials! Check out the amazing 227th Birthday Celebrations around the globe! 
*If your Chapter is not shown, please email Communications@usnscf.com to share photos or tag the Foundation on Facebook @NavySupplyCorpsFoundation

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Our Mission

 
The Navy Supply Corps Foundation provides programs and services to support the Navy Supply Corps Community and promote its heritage and traditions. 
 
 
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Our members and their families are at the heart of our mission. The Navy Supply Corps Foundation’s Mission is to provide programs and services to support the Navy Supply Corps Community and promote its heritage and traditions. We strive to bring more value to our members’ lives every day and we THANK YOU for your support, enabling us to serve our Supply Community each and every day—keeping our culture and heritage alive through generations!

Our Foundation leaders and members are anyone who has ever worn the Oakleaf of the United States Navy Supply Corps Officer—veterans, active duty, reserve. We provide global programs and services to support the Navy Supply Corps Community and promote its heritage and traditions. Our small Foundation staff works with our all-Volunteer Board of Directors and 37 Chapters around the globe to support and celebrate our Supply Community. Our Regional Chapters are the face of the Foundation, promoting camaraderie, professional and social networking, and supporting members in need—for more than 50 years! 

Ways YOU can be an active and supportive member of the Supply Community:


   ♦     Donate using your PayPal account through the PayPal Giving Fund, all fees are paid for by PayPal! 

   ♦     Donate now using a credit card. 

   ♦     Shop AmazonSmile and designate The Navy Supply Corps Foundation, Inc. as your charity. 

   ♦     Join the CFC 2021 Giving Campaign! Pledge your donation to The Navy Supply Corps Foundation, Inc. CFC #10281#.
          Official Solicitation Period runs thru January 15, 2022

   ♦     Honor Tench Francis as the founding officer of the Navy Supply Corps through the Tench Francis Legacy Society –recognizing members who have included the Foundation in their estate planning. Gift planning can include a bequest in your will or by participating in a gift annuity or other life-income tool. To become a member, or if you have already taken steps to provide this type of support, please email our Executive Director, CAPT (ret) Daniel Pionk or call 706-354-4111.

   ♦     Volunteer with any of our Committees. 

   ♦     Support Chapter events and programs. 

   ♦     Encourage members to register on the Foundation website.

Learn more about your contribution options through the Foundation’s Donor eNewsletter delivered right to your inbox. Many of our friends find this very interesting and helpful. It features news from Washington, Savvy Living, gift stories, finance news and timely articles. 

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COVID-19 UPDATE
In Memory: Friends of the Supply Corps
VIDEO: A Day in the Life of a Navy Supply Corps Officer: USS Bataan
NAVSUP 2021 Commander's Guidance
NSCF 2020 Annual Report
The full story of Doris "Dorie" Miller, as told by RADM (ret) Dan McKinnon, 36th Chief of Supply Corps

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The Navy Supply Corps Foundation has partnered with Amazon to establish a way for you to shop online and help support our mission. 

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the Navy Supply Corps Foundation, a nonprofit organization supporting the Supply Community.

Visit smile.amazon.com and on your first visit select Navy Supply Corps Foundation, Inc. as your charitable organization before you begin shopping. Amazon will remember your selection and every eligible purchase you make at smile.amazon.com will result in a donation to the Foundation. 

Let's use this unique opportunity to give to our Community while staying safe! 

 
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CONGRATULATIONS TO 2021 VOY WINNER LT Terry Hogan from the Mechanicsburg Chapter. Thank you for your time, energy, and passion serving our Supply Community and furthering the mission of the Navy Supply Corps Foundation.
NSCF Jacksonville held it's 3rd Annual Top Chop Golf Tournament at Eagle Harbor Golf Club.
CONGRATULATIONS to 2022-23 NSCF Scholarship recipient Aiden McClanahan! "My sponsor is my dad. I grew up a Navy Supply Corps dependent and have enjoyed learning and living Ready for Sea!"
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CONGRATULATIONS TO 2021 COY WINNER PATUXENT RIVER! This Chapter devoted significant time, energy, and passion to serve our Supply Community and further the mission of the Navy Supply Corps Foundation.
CONGRATULATIONS TO 2021 VOY WINNER LCDR Nick Mader from the Philadephia Chapter. Thank you for your time, energy, and passion serving our Supply Community and furthering the mission of the Navy Supply Corps Foundation.
Professional Certification/Licenses Grant Program to assist with the costs incurred attaining a certification or license to enhance a civilian logistics career opportunity, after VA reimbursement, up to $500.Email transition@usnscf.com for details.
To date, 60 members have been named Navy Supply Corps Foundation Distinguished Alumni.Please enjoy reading the Navy Supply Corps Foundation Distinguished Alumni Directory of Honorees--under the PROGRAMS tab, click Distinguished Alumni.
Visit Upcoming Events to learn about Job Fairs scheduled through the end of the year. And visit our Transition page for more information on the transitioning process, including resources to aid in your job search.

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In Memoriam

RADM William Jardine Ryan, SC, USN (Ret.)

May 2022


LT Andrew Pinkney "Andy" Blackwell, SC, USN (Ret.)

August 2020


LCDR Donald Alison Bloxom, SC, USN (Ret.)

January 2022


CDR Bradley Kent "Brad" Slusher, SC, USN (Ret.)

March 2022


CDR Boris E. Cherney, SC, USN (Ret.)

April 2022


CDR James Maurice Torpey, SC, USN (Ret.)

April 2022