Guardsman to Guardsman (G2G)
The Pennsylvania National Guard Associations (PNGAS) and the State Family Program Office in conjunction with the Pennsylvania National Guard Foundation provide grants for Pennsylvania National Guard members. The program is called the “Guardsman to Guardsman” or “G2G” program. G2G offers a grant of up to $500 for Pennsylvania National Guard members and their families who show a qualifying need. To apply for the program, simply, contact your Family Assistance Center or Airmen/Family Program Managers.
Gifts 4 Guard Kids
The PNGAS Gifts4GuardKids program collects and distributes gifts and gift-cards to children of Guard members. We kindly invite groups, families, clubs, non-profit organizations and companies to be collection sites to collect gifts and gift cards. Tax-deductible contributions can be made to the Pennsylvania National Guard Foundation, c/o Biddle Hall, Building 9-109, Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville, PA 17003. The Pennsylvania National Guard Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization and 100% of contributions shall be used to purchase gifts, gift-cards, and delivery expenses. As per privacy laws & security, at no time will the identity of a parent or child be shared.
To participate or learn more, contact PNGAS@PNGAS.org
The PNGF Scholarship Committee Awards single year grants to Guard members currently enrolled in post secondary education. Applications are due on August 31st Each Year. Awards occur at the PNGAS Conference in November. The Scholarships are intended to cover the Spring Term. The Application and requirements are below.
Monuments and Memorials
PNGF provides a 501 (c) 3 for units to raise funds for memorials. The accounting team has the ability to also oversee the purchases for the memorial as well. For Details, please call our Office at 717-865-9631.
PNGF Professional Development includes Speakers Bureau and related products. The Speakers Bureau is intended to provide professional development classes for Guard Units to fulfill their requirements throughout the Training Year. This is meant to save the leadership time otherwise spent researching and developing the topic and slides. In addition PNGF provides awards for the Soldier of the Year competition.
View the PNGF Professional Education Program brief.
You can contribute to the Pennsylvania National Guard Foundation (PNGF) through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) contacting your payroll office, or visiting https://pngas.org/cfc
You can Give through the United Way through your private employer workplace donation campaign by completing the following form:
In 2022, we are looking to be added to the State Employees Combined Appeal for Pennsylvania. As we gain approval, details will follow.
Finally, you can send a check a check to: PNG Foundation, c/o Biddle Hall, Building 1-109, Fort Indiantown Ga, Annville, PA 17003-5002.
Or donate online through PayPal: