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Soldier & Family Readiness Groups (SFRG)

SFRGs are command-sponsored programs to help build strong Families and bridge the gap between Families and units.

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About the SFRG

What is a Soldier & Family Readiness Group (SFRG)?

SFRGs promote the commander’s vision throughout the unit’s mission, assist Families in becoming knowledgeable and self-reliant, and solve problems at the lowest level by:

  • Providing official, accurate command information

  • Advocating efficient use of community resources

  • Reducing soldier and Family stress

 

How can I contact my SFRG?

  • Ask your spouse or someone in your spouse’s unit
  • Contact the Command Family Readiness Representative at your unit
  • Locate the unit’s (Brigade/Battalion) Facebook page and request SFRG contact information for your unit
  • Ensure that your unit SFRG roster contains your current mailing address and telephone number
  • Send us an Email
SFRG Training

SFRG Training & Information

 

Register online for any class or appointment!

Visit our Facebook Page and click the "Book Now" button to be taken to our scheduler.

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The following SFRG training is offered through JBLM DPFR:

Command Family Readiness Representative (CFRR) Training
This class is designed to instruct the appointed Service member on the roles and responsibilities of being assigned the additional duty of "Command Family Readiness Representative" while working with the Commander and SFRG. Topics covered in this training include:
 
→ WAR Roles:
Welcome new Families and Soldiers because first impressions matter
• Accurate Contact Rosters (Great information is only effective if Families get it!)
• Resource referral and reliable unit & community Information
→ SFRG's role in readiness
→ Establishing goals for your SFRG
→ Roles and Responsibilities
→ CARE Team Overview (SCFRR role)
→ Informal Funds / Fundraising
 
2021 Schedule:
Location: Virtual
Time: 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. 

Dates: Sep. 15 | Oct. 13 | Nov. 10
 

SFRG Key Contact Training
Provides attendees with resources and scenario exercises to become confident when interacting with SFRG members.

2021 Schedule:
Location: Virtual
Time: 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Dates:  Nov. 11
 

SFRG Funds Custodian Training
Provides regulatory guidance and fundraising information necessary to maintain efficient records for an SFRG informal fund.

2021 Schedule:
Location: Virtual
Time: 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Dates: Oct. 6 | Nov. 24
 

SFRG Training for the Command Team
Available upon request

For more information, or assistance in registering for a class, please call 253-967-8546.

Volunteer With Your SFRG

Interested in Becoming an SFRG Volunteer?

SFRGs are always looking for great volunteers to fill positions.  Ask your unit leadership where you can help. It’s as simple as that!


files2.pngSFRG Resource Library

The sections below contain a collection of tools to help you build and sustain a strong Soldier & Family Readiness Group.  Click the title of any document to view or download it.            


Commander's Corner
Event, Meeting & Member Management

Overview

The tools listed below are to help manage functions critical to SFRG Operations, such as meetings, rosters, and events.

Rosters

Membership Management

Meetings

Events

Informal Funds & Fundraising

Overview 

Commanders may authorize their SFRG to maintain one informal fund for non-mission-essential activities in accordance with this directive. No more than one SFRG informal fund may be authorized for a unit. 

SFRG fundraising will be approved at the battalion level (or equivalent), after consultation with the local ethics counselor. A copy of the approval (memorandum or email) will be forwarded to the garrison commander

Informal Funds Resources

Fundraising

vFRG

Overview

A unit's virtual FRG site, or vFRG, promotes a community feeling within Army units by providing a place that  contains content customized to the unit.

For Users

For Administrators

More Community Support