To assist veterans and their families outside the hospital, to ensure a suitable standard of living, whether it be through financial support, moral support, or by simple acts of kindness.
VFW’s National Military Services: Which includes Operation Uplink, Unmet Needs, and the Military Assistance Program.
NH Freedom Cup – http://www.nhfreedomcup.org/
Children of the Fallen Patriots – http://www.fallenpatriots.org/
Life in the U.S. Military by Dan Koffman, a picture book to help veterans with memory loss. To learn more and purchase the book CLICK HERE
The founders of the Auxiliary VFW placed the greatest emphasis on a program developed to assist veterans returning from battle and assimilating into civilian life. Today the organization continues to help those coming directly from the battlefield or from the hospital as they try to re-establish themselves and maintain normal, happy lives with their families and their communities.
One of the most successful projects under this program is Operation Uplink. VFW and Auxiliary members across the country raise money to purchase virtual PINs and Internet cafes for veterans and overseas soldiers.
Click below to see program materials
Crisis Line info SECVA signed memorandum