Military Family Resources
The City of Inver Grove was declared a Yellow Ribbon City in 2011.
The mission of the Inver Grove Heights Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Campaign
is to provide the community network of support for military members,
veterans and their families before, during and after deployment.
The Minnesota National Guard has pioneered a program which empowers
community leaders to synchronize efforts and build an enduring network
of support for service members and families throughout the deployment
Connect with other military families and join the discussion on the IGH BTYR Facebook page.
Tutor.com provides professional online tutoring for military families. Students work with a tutor in an online classroom.
Our Military Kids
grants to children of National Guard and Military Reserve personnel who
are currently deployed overseas, as well as children of Wounded
Warriors in all branches. There is a $500 grant for youth ages 3-18
during deployment, covering after-school activities. Read more here.
YMCA Military Partnership
members of deployed Guard/Reserve are authorized a total of 18 months
free membership at participating YMCA locations. For details, visit the Armed Services YMCA webpage.
Boys and Girls Club Partnership
provided by the Armed Services, military youth have access to a
one-year, no-cost membership at a traditional Club. For more information, click here.
the beginning of the school year, students in grades K-12 whose parents
are currently deployed, recently returned (within 12 months), wounded,
disabled or MIA/KIA are eligible to receive a free backpack. To read
details about this program, click here.
Community Education 15% Discount Form