MMMO was created in 2009 to showcase, celebrate and to appreciate the accomplishments of military veterans worldwide.
Save This Date: February 24, 2023. You are invited to come out to The KROC Theatre, 6611 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92115 to show your support and love but more importantly VOTE for your new 2023 Mr. & Ms. Military Winners. In-person and Virtual tickets are on sale now for only $25 each while supplies last. If you can't be There - you can still watch from Anywhere.
Click the link above or the image to the right to get your tickets today. Help your favorite branch take the Title.
“Most times, our service members are honored and recognized on a military base outside of public view. I wanted to change that by giving veterans and active-duty service members the spotlight they deserve with an extraordinary platform worthy of our service men and women — an opportunity they can be proud of for years to come,” said Hill.
“The Mr. & Ms. Military Pageant is not intended to be a traditional pageant; we are taking pageantry to the next level and invite veterans and active service members to help us make this possible by showcasing and celebrating their contributions,” he added. Read more.
Jason White served 10 years active duty in the Marine Corps and two combat deployments to Iraq before taking medical retirement in 2014 related to injuries from an IED explosion six years earlier. Read more
Use your voice to positively impact someone's life for years to come. Be that voice where there is none. We are looking to find the Top Male and Top Female in the world of community service worthy of the titles. Click to Sign Up Now
This contest is also open to non-deployable active military members. All ranks are welcomed and invited to participate.
Visit our How It Works page to see the entry fee payment options that are available.
We are looking for the Top Male and Top Female in the world of, Community Service.
If you know a co-worker, volunteer, family member or friend, who is a military veteran that has gone above and beyond to help others in the community or has done something significant that you think is deserving of the title "Mr. or Ms. Military", then tell them to enter or, sign them up. Anyone can sponsor your contestant. Contestants can be married or single. Visit our Instagram page to see more about our Contestants. Help them to make it to the Finals by donating to their nonprofit partner.
Now as always, our commitment to help strengthen the communities our veterans serve is unwavering. We’re partnering with local and national leaders and organizations to address the critical needs of veterans, and to advance racial equality and economic opportunity. Read More
and that number is only going to increase more and more as our work continues. We're partnering with local and national organizations to address the critical needs of all our veterans. Contestants may select a nonprofit not listed below. Each nonprofit may sponsor multiple contestants in the competition.
The Veteran Art Institute provides encouragement, inspiration, and support to all Veteran Artists seeking to promote their art while calling public attention to their stories. Veteran's powerful stories demonstrate the transformative and healing power of art. Plus, their art connects them with us, the public, who have not served, as well as the entire veteran community. Veteran Artists can exhibit or sell their art in local community buildings or in partnership with local businesses, at no cost to veterans, enabling them with the financial means to promote their art publicly.
Veterans Moving Forward: , a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Dulles, Virginia, provides service dogs and canine therapy services to veterans with physical and/or mental health challenges, no cost to the veterans.
Third Avenue Charitable Organization (TACO): Nutritional meals and snacks served 5 days a week to homeless and low-income persons in the downtown San Diego area; social work services for persons in crisis situations; end-of-life services to persons living on the street; free medical, pharmacy, dental and legal services through a partnership with four teaching institutions. Clothing and hygiene items are available during the week. Mobile showers are available twice a month.
Veteran Sisters Inc. has helped Active-Duty and Veterans members report their assaults to authorities, attend medical examinations and court hearings, helping them advocate for themselves and justice.
A primary focus of Veteran Sisters’ advocacy is working to improve investigation rates of sexual assault in the military and for consistent, action-deterring military punishments to be imposed on those found guilty.
Compassionately Connected for Veterans Inc. strives to address food disparity, basic needs, support services, educational support, career readiness skills, life coaching services, and outreach services to veterans, their eligible dependents and the community who are in need in our efforts to build a stronger community.
Adolescent Project 2020 is a 501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization determined to help the ever increasing number of homeless children attending school to stay in school and achieve a high school degree or equivalent. Additionally, many mililtary families face hardships after leaving the military, creating a real community issue to help support these military adolescent teens who are homeless.
Pay It Forward Productions: We are a Veteran Non-profit organization 501c3. Occupational therapy and Holistic health for veteran's and first responders.
To donate or get involved call founder and C.E.O. Corey Robichaud.
Health Wellness and Nutrition
Holistic Health Practices
Find purpose in volunteering and give back to the community.
ALWAYS Ready San Diego: The mission is to empower underserved men to achieve self-sufficiency by providing peer support, personal development training and professional attire in order to become productive citizens in their professional and personal lives. In addition to furnishing our clients with business appropriate apparel, we also provide workshops that endow men to redirect their lives’ to become successful.
Birdwell Foundation for PTSD has a vision to expand to not just Combat Veterans suffering from PTSD/TBI, but to include any Veteran, both men and women suffering from PTSD/TBI, and First Responders. To provide warrior and family support groups across our great nation for our Veteran and First Responder communities.
ETA TAU MILITARY WOMEN'S SOCIETY: We aim to be present for military women by encouraging faith, perseverance, and mental fortitude. We strive to continuously assist communities affected by human trafficking with empathy and understanding, through community service, advocacy, and education.
Warrior Wheels: Helping our Veterans and First Responders regain camaraderie and the freedom of the ride through donating vehicles and motorcycles.
During his twenty year career in the US Navy, Calvin Hill personally saw up close on a daily basis the hard work, sacrifice and dedication exhibited by his fellow servicemembers not only while on duty but even moreso after working hours ended. Because the public couldn't see the happenings behind the gates of a miitary base something had to be done to give these servicemembers the recognition Hill felt they deserved. So our main mission is to support important causes related to the military veteran community. To support community service and raise awareness for veteran related causes. Partner with local and national nonpolitical nonprofits that support veteran interests and causes. We use the Mr. & Ms. Military Pageant to showcase, celebrate and appreciate what veterans have accomplished in and out of uniform.
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