Not Forgotten Outreach, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) dedicated to motivating Military, Veterans & their Families, and Gold Star families of fallen heroes to participate in recreational and/or therapeutic activities in order to facilitate the healing process.  NFO provides opportunities to improve relationships, build comradeship and at the same time enhances “Mindfulness” and personal well-being. NFO served over 3,600 Military Families in 2016.

In addition to our numerous programs, we provide disabled veterans and Gold Star Families with information about and referrals to Veteran Administration and other recreational and therapeutic sport activities.

Not Forgotten Outreach, Inc is a 501(c)(3) IRS # 46-2052184.  We are an All Volunteer Board & Executive Director.

All of our Events & Programs are Alcohol & Drug Free

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Do you know of an organization that could use HELP! AmeriCorps NCCC members work hard, their honest and want to serve our Nation!

AmeriCorps NCCC Southwest Region is requesting proposals for team-based, community service projects in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas, focusing on five main program areas: Natural and Other Disasters, Infrastructure Improvement,
Environmental Stewardship and Conservation, Energy Conservation, and Urban and Rural Development. Teams are available to support community and faith-based organizations, nonprofits, schools, local municipalities, federal and state entities, and Indian tribes; projects typically last 7-13 weeks.

 On-site support including technical oversight and direction, training, supplies, equipment, and a minimum of 15-20 hours of supervision.

Housing for the team during the course of the project including bathroom and kitchen facilities and parking for one van.

 Service-learning support to help the team understand the community’s needs and organization’s work.

 NCCC project criteria includes additional sponsor requirements necessary to be granted a team as well as information on how to make your project application more competitive; ask your state’s Assistant Program Director (APD) for more information (see p.2 for contact information).

Sponsors arrange for adequate housing or camping sites at locations such as: youth hostels, YMCA/YWCA
facilities, church halls and community centers, vacant apartments in public housing facilities, college campuses,
military facilities, Veterans Administration hospitals or other federal government facilities, campgrounds (weather and climate permitting), rescue missions, national, state and local parks.

Members are young adults, 18 to 24 years old, who serve a full-time, ten month term, and represent a wide variety of socioeconomic, cultural, geographic, and educational backgrounds. They range from members with bachelor’s degrees to those who are working on their high school equivalency diplomas. Team sizes vary throughout the service year and can range from 6-12 Corps Members; Corps Members are supervised by a NCCC Team Leader (TL). Each team has a Unit Leader overseeing the TL’s work and project performance. Each team is provided one 15 passenger van; fuel covered by AmeriCorps NCCC. All Corps members are fully insured by Federal Tort Claims Act & Federal Employees Coverage Act.
Request For Proposals
1. Submit a completed NCCC Project Concept Form*, a two-page document that seeks a brief overview of the applying organization and its tentative project plan.
*ALL applicants must submit a Project Concept Form.
2. Upon review of this document, NCCC will invite the organization to submit a full application or request additional information.
3. The completed Project Application may be e-mailed to the appropriate Assistant Program Director (APD) for your state (contact information listed below).
Service Dates
Dates of Note
Round 1:
Nov. 3 – Dec. 19, 2017
All teams back in Denver by 5pm on December 19, 2017
Concept Form
Jul. 14, 2017
Full Application
Aug. 25, 2017
Week of
Sept. 25, 2017
Friday, Nov. 3, 2017
Fall Break
Nov. 23 - Nov. 24, 2017
Round 2:
Jan. 5 – Mar. 31, 2018*
All teams back in Denver by 5pm on March 31, 2018
*NCCC may accommodate team requests for a shorter time period.
Concept Form
Sep. 15, 2017
Full Application
Oct. 27, 2017
Week of
Nov. 27, 2017
Friday, Jan. 5, 2018
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Service Projects on January 15
Federal Holiday
February 19
Round 3:
Apr. 7 – July 7, 2018*
All teams back in Denver by 5pm on July 7, 2018
*NCCC may accommodate team requests for a shorter time period.
Concept Form
Dec. 19, 2017
Full Application
Jan. 30, 2018
Week of
Mar. 5, 2018
Saturday, Apr. 7, 2018
Federal Holidays
May 28 and July 4
Please direct concept forms and applications to the APD responsible for project development in your state; the APD for your state will support you with questions and guide you through the application process.
Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado Geoffrey Hickox: (202) 815-5783, ghickox@cns.gov
Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico Crystal Kelley: (202) 815-4980, crkelley@cns.gov
Oklahoma, Texas Chris Neukom: (202) 391-1031, cneukom@cns.gov
Applications may be submitted electronically to the email address above or by mail.
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