About Family and MWR
Family and MWR bridges the gap between the garrison and the local community, and contribute to the Army’s strength and readiness by offering services that reduce stress, build skills and self confidence for Soldiers and their families.
Who can utilize Family and MWR services on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield?
The following facilities are open to valid military ID cardholders. Authorized patrons include Active Duty Soldiers & Reservists/eligible Family members, Retirees/eligible Family members and DoD Civilian employees:
- Auto Centers
- Parks/Picnic Areas
- Child & Youth Services (based on priority & availability)
- Equipment Checkout/Rental
- Fitness Centers & Intramural Sports
- Leisure Travel Services
- Swimming Pools
- Pet Boarding
The following facilities are open to authorized patrons, as named above, and their guest:
- Corkan Recreation Area
The following facilities/services are open to authorized patrons and the general public:
- Bowling Centers
- Club Stewart/Catering
- Community Events (carnivals, concerts, etc.)
- Golf Courses
- Rifle/Pistol Range
- Skeet & Trap Range
*Authorized patron eligibility stated in AR 215-1.
Gifts to the Army
With the on-going conflict, the public wants to know how it can help with money, goods or services to help relieve many of the stresses and strains that Soldiers now deal with on a daily basis. In response to the many requests received from the American public, this Web site was developed to provide the citizens, organizations, and corporations an online resource to answer the question: “How can I help?”
How To Contribute
The Army Gift Coordinator for Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield can answer your questions regarding contributions of money or goods and services or provide assistance with making a contribution. Cash contributions, up to $10,000, can be made online via credit card for the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation programs supporting Soldiers and their Families or directly to a specific Army Installation.
A donor submits a written offer explaining the contribution, its value, any cost to the Army, and the complete details of any conditions associated with the contribution. This offer is submitted to the installation or organization that will receive or manage the contribution. If the donor has any questions or needs assistance with identifying the applicable installation or organization, please contact the Army Gift Program Coordinator at the Gifts to Army website.
Points of Contact for Gifts and Contributions
Fort Stewart / Hunter Army Airfield Army Gift Program Coordinator
Army Medical Command
Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Programs
United States Military Academy
United States Army Reserve