Our Goal

A Christian Service to all junior enlisted military families in gratitude for their service.

This outreach provides a practical way to lift some of the burdens on our military families and a meaningful way to say thank you for their sacrifices in service to our country. Your donations and participation as volunteers make it possible. We serve families of all faiths.

Coming Events


March 28, 2020 SDMOM sponsored

Easter Egg Hunt.  Sign up by email:


or Contact office to register for event

at (619) 461-4164.

Welcome to San Diego Military Outreach Ministries

Mission Statement: San Diego Military Outreach Ministries' (SDMOM) is a nondenominational organization, guided by Christian values, whose mission it is to provide help with some basic needs, as well as hold events that enhance the quality of life, for all military junior enlisted families (E5 and below) living in San Diego County.

SDMOM is an incorporated 501(c)(3) charity supported by churches, civic organizations, businesses, military members and private donors working with other nonprofit organizations. With a small paid staff of military wives and many volunteers, SDMOM provides helping services to thousands of enlisted families each year. All services are provided free of charge. Services include nearly daily distribution of food, small household goods, children’s supplies and hosting holiday events, baby showers and family events.

SDMOM serves the Active Duty junior enlisted military family (mostly ranks E-5 and below), typically headed by a 19-30 year old, with young children, away from home, and trying to survive in our expensive economy on a low salary while struggling with high debt and the family stresses of deployment.

San Diego County is one of the largest military regions in the United States with more than 14 military installations in the County. Today there are nearly three quarters of a million children under the age of five years in military families, the most since World War II.

“When a family member deploys, the whole family ‘deploys’ requiring equal parts of courage and sacrifice.”

(from PBS special: “When parents deploy.” )

Thank you for your support.