The DAV donated vans where needed in order for DAV and Auxiliary volunteers to drive vets to and from VA hospitals and clinics. Other grateful Americans are helping too.

There are many veterans who need care for service-related illnesses and disabilities. Volunteering to drive a veteran to and from their appointments ensures that no veteran ever goes without the care they need and deserve.

The DAV Transportation Network is ran out of 172 facilities by Hospital Service Coordinators (HSC) who are dedicated to assisting veterans by helping them schedule rides, recruit volunteers, maintain vehicles, and following safety guidelines.

If you are interested in volunteering or donating to the DAV Transportation Program, please contact your local Hospital Service Coordinator using the HSC Directory.