Public, Society Benefit

Corpus Christi Council of the Navy League, Inc.

  • Corpus Christi, TX
  • www.corpusnavyleague.org

Mission Statement

The Navy League's mission is twofold: to inform the nation, and its political leaders, of the vital importance to the country of a comprehensive and fully prepared sea service; and to provide support for active duty sea service personnel and their families.

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ruling year

1991

Principal Officer

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John Panneton

Keywords

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Veterans, National Service, Navy, Marine Corps, Coastguard, US-Flag Merchant Marine, military, service, public education, advocacy

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EIN

74-2417365

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Military/Veterans' Organizations (W30)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Programs

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Program 1

The Navy League devotes time, money and energy to support and improve the well being of American service personnel and their families. Local councils adopt ships and shore commands; reward and honor enlisted personnel of the year; host dinners and balls for military personnel; and visit and support family members left behind when spouses and parents are deployed. In addition, they have planned, executed, and underwritten the ceremonies connected with the commissioning of new Navy ships or openings of new military buildings; raise money and provide volunteer workers for fleet week activities; and host birthday celebrations for the various sea services. In keeping with its educational objective, the Navy League also supports America's young people through successful youth programs, including the providing numerous local and national scholarships.

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Corpus Christi Council of the Navy League, Inc.

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Principal Officer

John Panneton

Governance

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