FBIAA Membership Assistance Fund

Helping Members & Families Cope with Emergencies and Unforeseen Tragedies


The FBIAA Membership Assistance Fund (MAF) was created in 2009 to provide financial assistance to FBIAA members and their families who have been affected by a sudden, unforeseen tragedy. The Fund has helped families make emergency travel, afford treatments for grave illnesses and injuries, purchase necessary durable medical equipment and pay for funeral expenses.

Our Impact

Since 2011, FBIAA has distributed over $2 million to over 540 Special Agent families.

In 2021, the Fund distributed more than $450,000 in assistance to 93 Agents and members of the greater FBI family.

In 2020, FBIAA distributed through the MAF $210,600 to 47 members or their families who were helped financially with family emergencies, funeral expenses, and medical expenses for their children, their spouse or themselves.

Thank you so much for the generous financial assistance. It will be another long year for us but your generosity will certainly help alleviate some stress. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Family of Raegen
I am so grateful for the assistance provided in the form of an extremely generous check that will help with all of my medical bills. My family and I feel such relief and it’s all because of you. I am forever indebted to you and will be ready to pay it forward once I am done!
We were so greatly touched by the agent association’s outreach during the passing of our son. Your kindness and generosity meant so much to us. It also helped relieve a big financial burden by alleviating our funeral expenses. This is truly a gift that has touched our hearts and helped us out and will not be forgotten. The FBIAA will always hold a special place in our hearts.

The History of the FBIAA Membership Assistance Fund

The impetus for this fund was the donations received by the FBIAA for the FBI victims of Hurricane Katrina, the California Wildfires, a terrorist attack in Islamabad, and similar significant events for which no tax deductibility could be provided to the donors. Now, the generosity of donors can be properly recognized and appropriate fund raising efforts developed. Recent examples of Fund distributions have included payment for lodging near intensive care units when an immediate family member is hospitalized with a grave illness or injury, assistance with funeral expenses, emergency travel expenses in connection with a serious family matter, and assistance with the purchase of necessary durable medical equipment.

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