The Army Community Service-run program pairs volunteer shoppers with community members who cannot enter the commissary due to quarantine or other COVID-related circumstances.
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The annual Army Emergency Relief campaign raises money for interest-free loans, grants and scholarships to eligible military members in Stuttgart.
Classes facilitated by ACS Employment Readiness Program manager, Charlene Schuler.
Relocating to a new duty location can seem like a daunting task. ACS is here to assist you.
For every minute you’re angry you lose 60 seconds of happiness.
ERP offers the “Lunchtime Learning Series” on selected Tuesdays of the month, highlighting a different topic each time.
613 registered volunteers performed 67,988 hours of service in 2017, a cost savings of almost $1.7 million for the garrison.
Stuttgart Army Community Service Family Advocacy Program kicked off Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Oct. 2.
Agencies throughout the Stuttgart community are always on the lookout for new volunteers.
Visit ACS in Building 2915 on Panzer Kaserne, or call DSN: 431-3360/civ.7031-15-3362.
Newly designated Lactation Rooms are open now to new mothers of the Stuttgart military community.
Find opportunities and navigate the Stuttgart community with the Army Community Service office.
All Stuttgart community volunteers were recognized for the 2015 year during the annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony, April 22 at the Patch Community Club.
“Child abuse prevention is not a one-month assignment. It goes on every day of every year.”
Army Community Service offers a host of classes for parents, baby and children.