Most injured service members at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., and at the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital on Fort Belvoir, Va., are away from their homes and communities, most with only a few family members around, and many with none. Our community has many generous individuals and businesses who want to give these fine young men and women the support they deserve. You can learn more about the needs we meet in the links to the right.
Yes, provided they are accepted by officials at the military hospitals we serve. We provide registration forms and ask volunteers to provide information that enables us to find the right tasks for each volunteer.
No. The Yellow Ribbon Fund is a private, non-profit organization funded by donations from our supporters and providing volunteer services to injured service members and their families. We do not have, nor do we seek, any contract with the U.S. Government.
Yes. All our volunteers who work with us at the military hospitals we serve must register with and be accepted by officials at those facilities.
Yes. The Yellow Ribbon Fund has not-for-profit status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and you will receive a letter acknowledging receipt of your donation as deductible under applicable IRS regulations. To review our 501(c)(3) letter from the IRS, please visit the About Us page of our Web site.

Yes. To review our latest IRS Form 990 and audited Financial Statement, please visit the About Us page of our Web site. Our Federal Employer Identification Number is 36-4567583.

Since YRF’s beginning, in 2005 more than 80 cents of every dollar spent has gone to meet the needs of injured service members and their families.

No. Our fundraising is done by our directors and volunteers, assisted by the staff.