Local Veterans Assistance Program

Local Veterans Assistance Program
The work of the DAV's Chapters, Auxiliary Units, state-level Departments and associated organizations on behalf of disabled veterans in the communities they serve is substantial.
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Units, Chapters & Departments

DAV and DAV Auxilliary volunteers can receive credit for donating time to further the DAV’s mission. Participation in sanctioned fundraising activities, outreach efforts, service officer activities and other official DAV and Auxiliary duties are all deserving of recognition through LVAP.


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LVAP volunteer hours are eligible toward applications for the Jesse Brown Memorial Youth Scholarship. Eligible volunteers under the age of 21 can earn up to $15,000 toward college tuition.

As a new generation of disabled veterans survives devastating injuries in Iraq and Afghanistan and our World War II, Korea and Vietnam veterans age, our nation’s heroes need your help.

The Disabled American Veterans Local Veterans Assistance Program (LVAP) is designed to facilitate and recognize creative volunteerism to support veterans and the DAV’s mission.

From DAV member support of chapters and departments to direct assistance to veterans, widows or families, the program is a flexible way for everyone to honor the service and sacrifices of our nation’s veterans.





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