Celebrate Your Military Kid!
April is the Month of the Military Child and we want to feature YOUR military kid! Throughout the month on our Facebook page and website, we will post videos, photos, and quotes from military kids around the country – submit yours today! If we use your submission, you’ll receive a gift card!
To have your kid featured Facebook or on our website:
- Send a video of your child talking about Moving, Making New Friends, Deployments, or dealing with their dad’s or mom’s injury. Videos should be 1 minute or less. Click here for sample questions.*
- Email us a photo of your military kid with his or her service member parent.
- Email us a quote from your military child about Moving, Making New Friends, Deployments, or dealing with their dad’s or mom’s injury.
*Submit your videos by emailing the file to email@example.com or upload to YouTube and then send us the link. Use your smartphone, FlipCam, or video camera to capture your kid’s answers.
Email the video, picture, or quote to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Month of the Military Child" in the subject line. Include your child’s name, and your service affiliation.
Check out our Facebook page in April to view the videos, pictures, or quotes. Remember, if we post your submission or use it for future projects, you will receive a gift card!
By submitting a video, photo, or quote I hereby grant the National Military Family Association the unlimited right to use photos, videos, direct quotes, and/or audio clips of me or my minor children. They may be used for a variety of purposes, including, but not limited to, publications, promotional brochures, promotions or showcase of programs on our website or social networks, showcase of activities in local and/or national newspapers or programming, and other similar lawful purposes.
Until military families are relieved of the weight of war, we hope you will continue to contribute to their wellbeing.
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