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November 18th 2015:Military Family Support Group

This week on "The Fame Game with MaddieRose," we welcome Viana Bruce, President of Military Family Support Group.
Viana tells us the story of how MFSG come to be; a group of mom's with sons in the military, deployed overseas, who wanted to band together to support the men and women of this great nation by sending care packages. What was once started as a Marine Support Group, became a Family Support Group- supporting ALL branches of the military, with the participation of other military families. As the word spread about helping our nation's troops, Viana was called by the staff of CNN

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Viana Bruce

Viana's son joined the Marine Corps Reserves after 9/11 2001. As a mother, she had many trepidations as to what his future would be like. After his second drill weekend, he received orders to deploy to Iraq. After joining many other military mothers for lunch, as the war began to deepen, the group began to brainstorm the idea of Military Family Support Group. MFSG is an ALL volunteer 501 C 3 non-profit. They rely solely on donations from the community. Approximately 95 percent of every dollar we collect goes directly to pay for postage. She always said that when the war first started in 2003 it was our fear of the unknown. Now I say, it is the fear of what we do know that makes
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