DAV (Disabled American Veterans)

Fulfilling the Promise

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About

Disabled American Veterans - Fulfilling our promises to the men and women who served. Serving veterans since 1920. http://DAV.org/

The nearly 1.3 million-member veterans service organization DAV is a non-profit 501(c)(4) charity dedicated to building better lives for America’s disabled veterans and their families.

Annually, DAV represents more than 200,000 veterans and their dependents with claims for benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense.

DAV’s Voluntary Services Program operates a comprehensive network of volunteers who provide veterans free rides to and from VA medical facilities and improve care and morale for sick and disabled veterans.

DAV’s members provide grassroots advocacy and services in communities nationwide. From educating lawmakers and the public about important issues to supporting services and legislation to help disabled veterans — the DAV is there to promote its message of hope to all who have served and sacrificed.
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How the organization supports veterans

Annually, DAV represents more than 200,000 veterans and their dependents with claims for benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense.

DAV’s Voluntary Services Program operates a comprehensive network of volunteers who provide veterans free rides to and from VA medical facilities and improve care and morale for sick and disabled veterans.

DAV’s nearly 1.3 million members provide grassroots advocacy and services in communities nationwide. From educating lawmakers and the public about important issues to supporting services and legislation to help disabled veterans — DAV is there to promote its message of hope to all who have served and sacrificed.

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How to get involved or get help

DAV offers a wide range of opportunities for individuals who want to make good on the commitment we’ve given our nation’s heroes. Volunteer at our nation’s VA hospitals, drive veterans to appointments or provide specialized help based on individual needs. No matter who you are, or what your level of experience, you can stand by our nation’s veterans. http://bit.ly/volunteer4veterans

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