While 44 percent of all Veterans use at least one VA benefit, several lesser-known benefits could help veterans live better, healthier lives. Here are three lesser-known VA benefits veterans may be eligible to receive:
Armed Forces Day is the one designated day of the year where Americans join together to recognize and honor the strength of our military. It’s a day to not only recognize the men and women who bravely serve in our armed forces, but to thank them for giving us the freedom we enjoy today.
VFW National Commander Brian Duffy thanking our service members on #ArmedForcesDay, as well as thanking Burger King franchisees for donating more than $4.3 million to support our service members through the VFW Unmet Needs program. This Armed Forces Day, thank our armed forces and #ThankBK for supporting those who serve.
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Taking the time to create an estate plan now can help you decide how to distribute the hard-earned resources you have accumulated later. Here are nine quick tips to help you build a plan that achieves your goals, and recognizes the people and causes you cherish most.
For more helpful information, contact the VFW Planned Giving Office at (816) 968-1119, email email@example.com or visit ,... View details ⇨
"The VFW thanks Senator Tammy Duckworth, U.S. Senator Susan Collins, and Senator Richard Blumenthal ... [and] urges Congress to pass S. 1161, Veterans Preventive Health Coverage Fairness Act, and remove unnecessary barriers to health care for our nation’s veterans.” - VFW Adjutant General Robert E. Wallace
VFW Life member Joe Brown, stopped by VFW National Headquarters in Kansas City, Mo. today for a tour! Joe is the son of a Bataan Death March POW survivor and is in town for the American Defenders of Bataan & Corregidor Memorial Society convention. Read more about his father's story here:
So fun seeing VFW Life member and Sport Clips Haircuts CEO Gordon Logan on Fox & Friends this morning!
Since 2014, the VFW's "Sport Clips Help A Hero Scholarship" has helped student veterans achieve their educational goals through scholarships of up to $5,000. To date, more than 700 service members and veterans have been awarded more than $3 million in Help A Hero scholarships. Learn more... View details ⇨
What challenges has your family faced while serving our country? Blue Star Families wants to know!
The Military Family Lifestyle Survey is a leading resource used by policy makers in D.C. and across the country to learn about the needs of military families like yours. The survey closes Friday, May 19.
Recently, Associate Director of VFW National Legislative Service Kayda Keleher testified before a subcommittee of the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs and said, "Currently, veterans with bad paper discharges are three times more likely to die by suicide. Without access to VA health care, those suffering from service-related mental health injuries are left... View details ⇨