The Forge Fund

We know that donations are extremely personal decisions, and you want your resources to go to recipients and programs that matter the most to you. The Forge Fund, which is our annual fund, allows donors to choose to support an area of campus life that is close to their hearts, such as Band, Athletics, D Troop/Horsemanship, E Battery or Scholarships.

We are also passionate about the effective use of your resources, so if you choose, you can simply allow us to apply your contribution where it is needed most.

This #MemorialDay we pause to remember and honor the sacrifices of our fallen heroes. We will never forget their devotion to our country. ...

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Congratulations to our @vfmac #seniors!! Your success is our success! 🏆 @alex_consentino25 @neyman.j @jai.ghude @maxsantarella @dylan__romano @jill_schweizer

Congratulations to the Class of 2020! You did it! 🎓 "Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail." ...

Dean Malone recording the College Graduation Ceremony this morning in Eisenhower Hall.

This is such an exciting time for all of our graduates and we are saddened that we are not all physically together for this important day, but as our history has shown our graduates will always be a family.

And finally, a message from Gunnery Sergeant Moyer! ...

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There will be no ROTC Cadet Training at Fort Knox this summer. You have questions? I have answers! There are two town halls on 14 May. If you are coming to Basic Camp, Mrs. Fluck has the info to join. If you’re an MSIII, check your email for the info. As always, email if you need something and we’ll get back to you. See you tomorrow night!

And now a message from SM Anderson! ...

Happy #NationalNursesDay to all of the wonderful staff in our Health Center and all the nurses on the front lines each and every day! Thank you for your dedication and sacrifice! ...

A little encouragement from Captain Hale the VFMAC Chaplain. ...

Captain Hale is hard at work recording some words of encouragement and his obligations for our virtual graduations.
He has also been running a virtual Wednesday Bible Study for the cadets.

Thank you to all our educators, especially the wonderful teachers and professors at #VFMAC! Thank you for all you do! #NationalTeacherDay ...

The Forge Fund donor clubs for yearly giving:

The Magis Society$25,000+
Trustees Circle$10,000 – $24,999
President’s Circle$5,000 – $9,999
Commandant’s Circle$2,500 – $4,999
The 1928 Society$1,928 – $2,499
Society of the Golden Sword$1,000 – $1,927
Silver Sword$500 – $999
Bronze Sword$250 – $499

If you make annual contributions of $1,000 or more, you are welcomed into the Society of the Golden Sword and your name will be listed on the Gold Donor Board in Eisenhower Hall.

How to Donate to the Forge Fund

The Development Office would be happy to personally facilitate your gift. Simply contact:
Institutional Advancement
(610) 989-1330


You may choose to make your gift to the Forge Fund in installments on your credit card by using this online form. Simply enter your giving information and select “Monthly” as your donation frequency.


To make your gift by mail please make checks payable to “VFMA Foundation” and send a completed Forge Fund Form to:

Valley Forge Military Academy & College
Development Office
1001 Eagle Road
Wayne, PA 19087

Wire Transfer or ACH

If you prefer to make your gift by wire transfer or ACH, please contact the Business Office at (610) 989-1230.