Private Organizations within the Stuttgart community footprint

USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Office

Editors Note: This list was last verified and updated May 2016. 

Private Organizations and the volunteers that champion these organizations play a big role in the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart military community, from youth programs, to spouse and unit support, to veteran care, education, networking and personal growth and readiness.

Service Member Organizations:

  • Adjutant General’s Corps regimental Association, Sub-chapter Stuttgart (AGCRA-S)
  • American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC)
  • Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA)
  • ECJ1 Booster Club
  • OutServce-Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (OS-SLDN)
  • Screamin’ Wyverns – Navy
  • Special Forces Association, Chapter V
  • Stuttgart Area Top III Association – Air Force
  • Stuttgart Petty Officers’ Association of Stuttgart and the Stuttgart Chief Petty Officers’ Association (SCPOA)
  • Stuttgart Rising 6 – Air Force
  • Stuttgart Semper Fi Club – Marines
  • Stuttgart Special Operations Association (SSOA)

Veteran Organizations:

  • American Legion Stuttgart Post #6
  • Harold Washington Military Lodge #128
  • Mozart Military Lodge #69
  • Stuttgart Military Lodge #581
  • Stuttgart Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post #10810

Groups that organize annual service branch balls:

  • Organization 1775 (Army)
  • Stuttgart Ball Committee (Air Force)
  • Stuttgart Zumwalt Ball Committee (Navy)

Volunteer and Professional Organizations:

  • United Service Organizations (USO)
  • American Red Cross Stuttgart Station
  • Stuttgart Community Spouses’ Club (SCSC), this group also runs the Patch Thrift Shop.
  • Americans Working Around the Globe (AWAG)
  • Professional Certification Board of Alcohol and Drug Counselors-Germany

Career and Transition Assistance:

  • Association of the United States Army (AUSA)

In addition to the Soldier For Life Transition Assistance program, available to all service members of any branch within USAG Stuttgart, and the Army Community Service Employment Readiness Programs which are open to dependents and civilians, AUSA aids in employment transition assistance and job placement. AUSA hosts a job fair on-post each year to connect retiring military community members, dependents and civilians, with career and transition guidance.  

Cultural Heritage, Fraternal or Religious Organizations

  • Alice R. Matthews Chapter #77
  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., Theta Theta Lambda Chapter
  • Benjamin Brown Chapter #122
  • Black Forest Quilt Guild (BFQG)
  • Blacks In Government
  • District Eight Knights Templar
  • Donald H. Coleman Consistory #329
  • Elmer T. Hawkins Lodge #113
  • Germany Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
  • Harriet R. Tubman Chapter #40
  • James C. Baker Jr. Council #4
  • Kappa Alpha Psi
  • Knights of Columbus-Chaplain Charles Watters Council #8792
  • NAACP Stuttgart Branch #2343
  • Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Theta Rho International Chapter
  • Philippine American German Association of the Stuttgart Area (PAGASA)
  • Pyramid Lodge #238, F&AM Prince Hall Affiliated

Sports Organizations

  • Competitive Athletic Sports Europe
  • National Ski Patrol System (NSPS), European Division
  • Patch Ski Club
  • Piranhas Swim Team for youth
  • Sitzmarkers Ski and Board Club
  • Stuttgart American Little League
  • Stuttgart Eagles Basketball Club for youth
  • Stuttgart German-American Wandering Club that hosts “volksmarch” walking trails and trips.
  • Stuttgart Ski Patrol
  • United States Youth Soccer


School organizations:

  • Stuttgart Elementary School PTA
  • Patch Elementary School PTA
  • Robinson Barracks Elementary (RBES) PTSA
  • Patch Middle School PTSA
  • Stuttgart High School PTO
  • Stuttgart High School Music Booster Club

Scout Troops

  • Boy Scouts (Venture Crew 44 and Troops 44, 113, 119, 254, 324)
  • Cub Scouts (Packs 44, 113, 324, 154)
  • USA Girl Scouts Overseas

To register a group or organization with USAG Stuttgart, or for more information on any of these private organizations, or organizations not listed above, contact Family and MWR at civ. 0711-729-2622.