Charity Task Force Project

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Charity And Community Service Task Force Project.

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  • "We must remember that the promise of tomorrow will not be fufilled easily. The collective commitment of our nations, as well as the vision, wisdom and hard work of many, many individuals will be required to bring our dreams to fruition. In a way the Enterprise and the optomistic future in which it exists might be thought of as a reminder of what we can achive when we really try." - Gene Roddenberry , Aug. 19, 1921 - Oct. 24, 1991

  • “Let me help" : City On The Edge Of Forever, TOS Episode. April 6, 1967

Hello, and welcome to the webpage of the MFI Charity and Community Service Task Force. The CCS Task Force is a program under the office of Chief of Staff of MFI. Its purpose is to inform the members of MFI of charity and community service opportunities. And to provide some basic guidence for those that require it.

The term 'Task Force' was chosen as the title for this endeavour becuase this group is intended to be one of action and with specific purpose. A group that in some small way will work toward those goals that Roddenberry supported so ardently. It is our sincere belief that most everyone in life can do something for someone. If saving the world is too much maybe just picking up the trash in your nieghborhood or volunteering a little time. For every charity there are multiple ways to help, part of the CCS Task Force's purpose is to assist in finding these ways.

If this website has helped you, not helped you, or if you have a suggestion on how we can improve please let us know. You can sign up our list serve at : or email Field Marshal Trentin Anara (aka Christina Doane), MFI's Chief Of Staff, at .

Charity Committee Members Listing
Charity Opportunity Links ---

--General Christina Doane 01:55, 17 Oct 2005 (EDT)

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