‘My VFW’ has everything a member needs

VFW members have a valuable resource just a click away. My VFW, found at vfw.org, has tools for all members, according to Corey Hunt, VFW Membership associate director, who is in charge of Post development and revitalization.

hands on a computer“If you do not have an account login, you are really missing out,” Hunt said. “Besides updating your address and contact information, there is a plethora of information for our members found at My VFW, specifically in the Online Membership System (OMS).”

While a Post quartermaster is ultimately responsible for the membership roster, Hunt said all members have a responsibility to communicate changes.

OMS allows members to have direct control over their membership. They can renew their dues online and update their mailing address in just a few moments.

Additionally, a variety of recruiting materials are available for download. There are speeches and a quick link to order from the VFW Store. Webinars and training material also can be located in My VFW.

All VFW members can create an account. Follow the steps found at vfw.org. Click on “login” found at the top right-hand corner and follow the prompts for creating an account using Id.me.

“We view My VFW as a one-stop-shop for our members,” Hunt said. “Please consider creating an account if you haven’t done so already. And if you have an account, be sure you are visiting regularly to see what’s new.”

For more information, contact VFW’s Member Service Center at 1.833.VFW.VETS (1.833.839.8387) or email MSC@vfw.org.