March 18, 2020
Dear AMVETS Family,
What a difference a few weeks makes in how we’re going about our lives. Our posts and canteens are closed for the most part due to social distancing, our routines are disrupted, and we’re concerned for families and community’s health and wellbeing.
AMVETS Leadership … Read More »
Contact: Miles Migliara
AMVETS National Communications Manager
AMVETS NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS – AMVETS National Commander Jan Brown sent a letter this week to the organization’s 1,100 posts, 43 state-level departments, and 6 regional districts calling for 10,000 volunteers to become trained HEAL Ambassadors by the end of the … Read More »
Commitment to a healthier 2019
AMVETS is wholly committed to improving and protecting the health of all American Veterans and their families. As the nation’s most inclusive major veterans service organization, AMVETS is entering 2019 with a New Year’s Resolution to help veterans and their families stop smoking and eliminate … Read More »
By Lana N. Mckenzie on July 19, 2018
As a country, we’ve gotten so used to facing the alarming number of veterans who take their
own lives that it often feels abstract at this point; nameless, faceless statistics. For those of us
who personally know veterans who’ve … Read More »
The Waynedale News Staff
On Saturday June 23rd, the Amvets Post 33 Riders Group (a not for profit organization) will be proudly hosting the “10th annual Special Children with Special Needs for American Veterans” to raise funds to help military families with special needs children in our community. This … Read More »
Since 2012 TEAM AMVETS has helped 4,070 homeless veterans with furniture for their entire apartment. Bedroom, living room, kitchen, plus new mattress and complete bedding sets for EACH family member.
You can help by shopping. https://www.amvetsrewardsca.org
Since 2012 we have helped 4,070 homeless veterans with … Read More »
Story via Dalton Godbey | ABC 13 WBKO
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — The AMVETS of Bowling Green Post 130 dedicated their chapter name to fallen soldier, Lieutenant Robert Henderson.
Their motto is ‘veterans helping veterans’ and on Saturday they felt it was their duty to honor one of the first … Read More »
Woah. Have you seen Clay Greenfield’s truck lately?
Clay Greenfield, … Read More »