Marine Corps League Foundation

3619 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Suite 115, Stafford, VA 22554


Over three hundred scholarship grants are given annually to applicants. The Foundation has a blocked scholarship fund which assists funding the Marine Corps League’s Scholarship Program. Scholarships are applied for and awarded by the Marine Corps League Scholarship Committee using applications and standards developed by that committee.

The foundation also administers the Chesty Puller Scholarship trust for cadets enrolled at the Marine Military Academy in Harlingen, TX.
Youth program funds are used to support the Young Marines of the Marine Corps League and the Marine Corps League's Youth Physical Fitness programs as well as individual youth educational opportunities. Requests for funds for these youth activities need to be submitted in writing to the Marine Corps League Foundation in care of the Marine Corps League National Headquarters address.
Requests for funds for a specific individual or family should include details relating to their Marine Corps League affiliation, if any, specifics of the nature and cause of the need, and any efforts made locally to assist.
Sometimes a potential donor will state that their organization only donates to an IRS 501(c)(3) organization. It is possible to channel donations designated for local educational and charitable activities through the Foundation. For additional information please contact the Marine Corps League Foundation President at or Email:

The foundation asks for your continued support of the Holiday Label Program. In addition, please consider the MCL Foundation for other donations, wills, and Charitable Remainder Trusts. You have probably also seen pictures in the Semper Fi Magazine of a Memorial Certificate available when donations are received in honor and/or memory of someone. Be sure to include the name and address where the certificate should be sent when a certificate is desired. These Certificates are an increasingly popular way of providing a lasting tribute reflecting the honor and respect held for a member or friend that has passed away. They are an appropriate way for individuals, Detachments, or Auxiliary Units to honor and respect a departed member or friend as well as an excellent way to reward someone.

Once again, your continued support is requested and appreciated. Your ideas and suggestions are also welcome.

Semper Fidelis,

Gregory Hunt, President
Marine Corps League Foundation