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  • Contact Us
      Thank you for contacting us. You will receive a reply soon.   Thank you, VFW National HeadquartersSubjectReasonCommentsAre you a member?Membership NumberZIP CodeNameEmailPhoneRequest a New Membership CardGeneral Membership InquiryGeneral InformationVFW MagazineVFW Programs/ScholarshipsOnline Member ServicesDonor ServicesAddress ChangeReport Death of a MemberNon-Receipt of MagazineYesNo<
  • Voice of Democracy
    Voice of Democracy is an audio-essay competition for High School students for an opportunity to win a scholarship for college.   
  • The VFW’s ‘Help A Hero’ Scholarship Fills Tuition Gap for Veteran
    Overcoming challenging situations is nothing new for U.S. Army veteran Isaac McCann. During two deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan he faced dangerous terrain, long security missions and the loss of several close friends. Despite these difficult challenges, he refused to quit.
  • Community Service, Youth Scholarships and Activities
    Community Service and Youth Scholarship Programs
  • Veterans Day Deals 2015
     This Veterans Day, patriotic businesses across the country are honoring our veterans with discounts.
  • 2016 Legislative Conference
    Since 1949, VFW's annual Legislative Conference has provided an opportunity for VFW leaders from each state to personally lobby their respective lawmakers and watch as VFW's current Commander-in-Chief testifies on Capitol Hill before the House and Senate Veterans Affairs committees on behalf of veterans.
  • VFW Affiliates
    As the nation's largest organization of combat veterans, the VFW has an impeccable and longstanding record of service and stewardship. Every year, VFW programs and services assist millions of service members, veterans and their families. The VFW takes great pride in its affinity relationships.  The great level of support the businesses and organizations listed below show our military family is critical to filling the many gaps and hardships military life can cause. We've been there and we know what our service members and veterans need during and after their service. And we know that together, we can ensure our military families received the support they deserve.
  • VFW’s Scholarship Helps Army Veteran Find New Direction
    U.S. Army veteran Chad Gibbs always knew he wanted to make serving in the military his career.  During a 2006 deployment to Iraq, an IED blast changed those plans, and his life, forever. Suffering severe trauma to his left arm and leg, Chad braved over two years of surgeries and rehabilitation before being medically retired in February 2009.
  • You can “Help A Hero” during Sport Clips Haircuts’ campaign
    You can “Help A Hero” take their next career step when you get a haircut at one of the more than 1,400 Sport Clips Haircuts locations across the U.S. now through Veterans Day, November 11. Sport Clips in local communities across the country will share the overall goal of raising $750,000 for the company’s annual fundraising program, Help A Hero, that provides scholarships to active-duty military and veterans. Sport Clips has partnered with the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW) since 2007, creating the VFW’s “Sport Clips Help A Hero Scholarship” program in 2013 to help service members and veterans in the next chapter of their lives. Each scholarship provides up to $5,000 of assistance to qualified individuals who have served in the military, are in need of financial assistance, and are pursuing an education at post-secondary institutions, including trade schools.
  • Louisiana Man 'Pushes Forward' to Get His Degree
    “Where I’m from, not many people believe they can achieve things, but, between me and you, we can do anything we put our minds to,” said William Hill, 24, of Minden, Louisiana.
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