Non Federal Entities (NFE) that would like to operate on Fort Moore are required to register with the NFE coordinator. The process may take 45 days and must be completed before an organization is granted authorization to operate on Fort Moore.
NFEs that are currently registered or would like to be registered on Fort Moore are required to renew their status 2 years from the date of approval of their last request. This must be completed prior to the expiration of the organization's most recent approval in order to continue uninterrupted operations.
In accordance with AR 210-22, Non Federal Entities on Department of the Army Installations, NFEs seeking permission to operate on Fort Moore must submit the following documentation to the installation commander via DFMWR.
NFE Fundraising Request
Permission to Operate
Constitution and Bylaws
Criteria Matric for Liability
Fort Moore Installation License Request
Statement of Meeting Minutes Location
Wavier of Liability Insurance
Policies & Procedures
AR 600-29, Fund-Raising Within the Department of the Army (7 June 2010)
AR 930-4, Army Emergency Relief (5 May 2019)
AR 608-1, Army Community Service (19 October 2017) [Appendix J, paragraph J-7 Family Readiness Groups (FRGs) informal funds and paragraph J-8 FRGs external fundraising]
AR 360-1, The Army Public Affairs Program (8 October 2020)
AR 210-22, Support for Non-Federal Entities (NFE) Authorized to Operate on Department of the Army Installations (12 May 2022)
AR 215-1, Military Morale, Welfare and Recreation Programs and Nonappropriated Fund Instrumentalities
Army Directive 2019-17 (Changes to the Soldier and Family Readiness Group Program)
MCoE Policy Memorandum 600-29-2, Fundraising Activities
MCoE Policy Memorandum 210-22-11, Private Organizations
MCoE Policy 210-22-13 Scout Unit Formation
DoD 5500.7-R, Joint Ethics Regulation
DoDD 1000.26E, Support for NFEs Authorized to Operate on DoD Installations