The Military Children’s Six Foundation (MC6) is a 501 (c) (3) Nonprofit Veteran Service Organization headquartered in Washington, DC. Under the leadership and guidance of Adrienne Schaffer, Esq, COL (R) U.S. Army
The Military Children’s Six Foundation is a veteran-based, child-centric, advocacy organization that promotes, pursues, and protects the best interest of a child through advocacy. Life is challenging enough. And, when children lack the necessary information, support systems, and capabilities to successfully navigate life, life becomes even harder; but it does not have to become their reality. Advocacy can raise awareness, help bridge the divide, open doors to new insights, safeguard and advance child rights, and offer alternative solutions; all in furthering the health, development, and welfare of the child to help them succeed. It is our hope that through advocacy we can impact the culture of a military child today and well into their foreseeable future.
MC6 also seeks to serve as a community of champions for all children of military families regardless of the service member’s military status, whether they are active, retired, or a veteran. We’re committed to helping children combat the myriad of social issues confronting them daily, such as literacy, isolation, depression, bullying addiction, sexual assault, child PTSD and sadly suicide just to name a few.
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