The Oakleaf Club of Greater Washington, DC
The Oakleaf Club is a social and benevolent organization made up of a diverse group of men and women residing in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area with one common thread–Military Medicine. The club has a main focus of supporting our military community through ongoing benevolence projects and we are also committed to promoting friendship through social activities and interest groups. Oakleaf is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, which is governed by a board of directors – all of whom are elected annually.
What does Oakleaf Do?
Raise funds to fulfill special staff and patient requests for the clinics at WRNMMC to improve the day-to-day experience for hospital visitors and staff.
Raise funds to host events for Wounded Warriors and their families, provide individual decorations at the holidays, and buy and distribute needed supplies.
Collect and distribute books in the Pediatric Clinic and the Pediatric Dental Clinic as a part of this literacy program.
Help contribute a hot, home-cooked meals for the families of WRNMMC’s wounded and critical patients.
Mary Jane Sanford
Lend a hand with the Annual WRNMMC Cancer Art Show in support of those who struggle with cancer.
Help fellow members by welcoming new babies, offering a shoulder to grieving members, supporting members who have deployed spouses, or making meals for a friends in need.
What Do Members get out of Oakleaf?
- Exclusive members-only directory of local military medicine families.
- Playdates for little ones.
- Fun social activities, including: lunch out, dinner out, family outings, special tours, book club, and craft club.
- A loyal military family support network.
- Rewarding volunteer opportunities.
- A newsletter with member news, including information about events and benevolent works.
All active, retired, reserve officers and their spouses or significant others, as well as GS 7 and above, affiliated with Military Health Services are eligible for membership.