The U.S. Navy Supply Corps Foundation is a non-profit, philanthropic and social organization serving “anyone who has ever worn the Oakleaf” in the United States Navy.
The Navy Supply Corps Foundation “takes care of our own” by assisting, serving, informing, and inspiring the Supply Corps Community—perpetuating the values, traditions, and history of the Supply Corps. The Foundation pursues its mission by providing services and programs related to recruiting, training and development, transition, recognition, financial support and commemoration to the Supply Corps Community.
In 1970, the Navy Supply Corps Foundation was established as the financial arm of the Alumni Association and in 1996 the Foundation merged with a similar, but social organization, called The Navy Supply Corps School Alumni Association. The merger resulted in one organization with both social and charitable goals—The Navy Supply Corps Foundation.
Today, the Foundation boasts 10,000 members, including active duty, reservists, retired, former and Supply Corps family members and supports 37 Chapters world-wide, in places such as Japan, Djibouti, Bahrain, Sicily, Spain, and across the United States.
Since 1971, the Foundation Scholarship Program has awarded 2,431 scholarships valued in excess of $5,764,500 to Supply Corps family members and $2,500 in memorial scholarships annually to the children of Supply Corps officers who have died while on active duty.
The Navy Supply Foundation serves a diverse membership and strives to provide support throughout the lives of our members. Through the generous donations of our members and their families, the Foundation ensures continued development of family social events, community support activities, transition services, crisis funding, scholarships and historical Navy Supply Corps exhibits for years to come.
Navy Supply Corps Foundation
2061 Experiment Station Road
Suite 301, PMB 423
Watkinsville, GA 30677
CAPT Daniel Pionk, USN (Ret.), Executive Director