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In an increasingly divisive cultural climate, TMF is strengthening America’s national character and strengthening communities. We empower veterans and families of fallen heroes to develop character in future generations. Our programs enable veterans and survivors to thrive in their post-military lives by providing a renewed sense of purpose, connecting them with their communities, and leveraging their strengths and passions to make an impact. By channeling the profound value that our military community brings to young adults, TMF establishes a strong and unified national identity built on character, leadership, and service.

For the past 6 years, TMF has been recognized as a "Best Nonprofit to Work For" by the Nonprofit Times.
 

Headquartered in Doylestown, PA, with additional offices in San Diego, CA, Houston, TX, Atlanta, GA, Chicago, IL, Virginia Beach, VA, and Philadelphia, PA, Travis Manion Foundation is a rapidly growing organization. We invite you to learn about opportunities to be a part of the “If Not Me, Then Who…” movement. 

The Northeast Region Coordinator will support the daily operations associated with Travis Manion Foundation’s programmatic initiatives. This includes the execution of TMF programs, support of TMF initiatives/national campaigns, and activation of volunteers. As a member of the Northeast regional team, the coordinator will support the planning and implementation of TMF activities and events and maintain and build relationships to amplify the work of TMF and contribute to the foundation’s overall mission of unifying communities across America. The coordinator will provide the Northeast Region Manager logistical support and build relationships with TMF volunteers to activate them in programming.

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TMF Stats:
001 78,000+ Veterans + Survivors Empowered
002 200,000+ Spartan Members
003 550,000+ Youth Living "If Not Me, Then Who..." Movement