Maine Gold Star Kids Trust Fund

Want to help those that have a really hard day everyday? We invite you to help our Gold Star Kids!

Gold Star Kids Trust Fund - photo used with permission

Support those that have sacrificed more than anyone else on the planet!!

These kids have given more then anyone else on our planet! Isn’t it time we help them as much as they’ve helped us? We look forward to your help!!

There are approx. 30 young children in the state of Maine that have lost a parent to war. We have made it one of our missions to help make sure that they have a very bright future! Your donation will help these kids go to college, buy a new car, rent an apartment or put a down payment on a home for their family. It can be used for ANYTHING once they turn nineteen years of age!

ALL government benefits, including the college GI Bill for these kids expires on their 23rd birthday. Our own government says that if their parent didn’t serve at least six years on active duty. Then NO benefits will be awarded! At best, the education (GI Bill) that our government has set aside for these brave young people doesn’t even get them completely through a four-year college. What happens if they decide to be the best part of our society and go forward with becoming a Doctor (8 more years of college) or a Lawyer (4 more years of college)? That’s right! They’ll have to come up with the money themselves.

Please help us give them the bright future that they deserve for their sacrifice!

If you would prefer to make your donation by mail. Please make your check out to: Gold Star Kids Trust Fund and mail your donation to:

Dirigo Federal Credit Union
c/o Gold Star Kids Trust Fund
391 Main Street
Lewiston, ME 04240


BE ADVISED!! There are many unscrupulous organizations operating in the state of Maine that claim to be registered 501 (c) 3 non-profits that are NOT! Be sure you know who you are giving your money to!

Gold Star Kids Trust Fund EIN# << All legitimate NON-PROFITS have one of these! If they can’t show you one of these. Don’t Donate!! Chances are that your donation isn’t tax-deductible. It’s better to be safe, then sorry!