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ROA has been serving Citizen Warriors since 1922, and in all that time our work has always been made possible through the generous support of our donors. There are many ways to support ROA and our work on behalf of America's Reservists but a contribution to these support programs is the quickest way to make a direct impact. Learn more about the various options available and the rewards of donating to ROA by browsing our support pages below.
ROA has been serving Citizen Warriors since 1922, and in all that time our work has always been made possible through the generous support of our donors.
Annual gifts to ROA’s Sustaining Member Program are a powerful way to ensure that your contributions directly go towards the programs and initiatives of the Reserve Officers Association to advocate for and support our nation’s Reservists and their families.
Honor your loved ones, your Reserve unit, or your ROA chapter through a stunning permanent tribute on the marble walls of the Minuteman Memorial Building, located in the heart of our nation’s capitol.
The Minuteman Memorial Building Tribute Bench Program was recently introduced to provide a distinctive commemorative opportunity on the veranda of the Headquarters Atrium. With an outside location, the veranda is always open to Capitol Hill leaders and visitors. Inquire now—this extremely limited offering has only 6 benches available.
A tradition spanning decades at ROA is the First Retirement Check Program. Members who begin drawing their much earned Reserve Retirement Pay may donate their first retirement check to ROA to continue its efforts in improving the benefits of all Reservists.
Planned Giving is a way to make a lasting impact that is mutually beneficial for you, your family, and ROA. But selecting the appropriate gifting vehicle — one that matches your goals and charitable intentions — can often be confusing. With an abundance of gifting plans available, where should the potential donor begin in determining what best suits his or her individual needs? For an answer to all your questions, click below to discover how planned giving can work for you.