SERVING THOSE WHO SERVED US,
ACTIVE-DUTY MILITARY, VETERANS, AND THEIR FAMILIES.
A SUPPORT GROUP SERVING VETERANS, ACTIVE-DUTY MILITARY & THEIR FAMILIES
Our mission is to provide programs, services, and goods that help satisfy critical needs and enhance the well-being and quality of life for Veterans, active-duty Military, and their families in Massachusetts.
Each of our programs is designed to have maximum impact on the many issues Veterans and active-duty Military face. We provide solutions that make a long-lasting, life-changing difference for these brave men and women.
Cape Cod Military Support Foundation (CCMSF) was founded in 2014 to serve the needs of families attached to Joint Base Cape Cod. CCMSF serves veterans and military families through its Empowerment Center located on Joint Base Cape Cod, which provides much needed food, personal hygiene products, and many other life essentials for families, including a full-service baby pantry as well. This Center provides and/or connects clients to services like health care, mental health, substance abuse counseling, job training, and more, and has proven to be a critical support mechanism for those it serves.
MEET OUR TEAM
Cape Cod Military Support Foundation was founded by Don Cox, now Chairman of the Board of Directors. Donna Baldwin, President & CEO leads a small team of staff and many volunteers who are committed to helping Veterans and active-duty Military families in need. Many volunteers are Veterans themselves, representing each branch of the United States Military.
Donna Baldwin – President & CEO
Don Cox, Chairman
Tony Demambro – Vice President
OUR EMPOWERMENT CENTERS
Cape Cod Military Support Foundation manages an Empowerment Center on Joint Base Cape Cod, which serves veterans, active-duty military personnel, and their families who live on Cape Cod.
Through the Center, we are able to provide food, personal hygiene products, and many other life essentials for families. There is also full-service baby pantry inside. In addition, this hub allows the servicemen and their families to connect to various services such as health care, mental health and substance abuse counseling, job training, and more.