As the most inclusive Congressionally chartered veterans service organization, representing the interests of all of America’s veterans and their families, AMVETS is honored to provide our views of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Budget Request for Fiscal Year 2022.
“The center will be known for improving the lives of veterans, service members and their families, a place known for inspiring our youth to find their purpose.”
AMVET Sandra Durbin during AMVETS 74th Annual National Convention in Orlando, Florida.
As our nation’s most inclusive Congressionally-chartered Veteran Service Organization, AMVETS relentlessly supports legislation, programs, and services that help veterans of all genders, races, and generations. It’s no secret that often times the concerns of women in our … Read More »
From training courses to championing legislation, AMVETS capitalized on mental health efforts in 2020.
This year, COVID-19 forced AMVETS to quickly adapt to unprecedented times and “new normals” as we continued to serve veterans and their families. We’re proud of our many posts and departments across the nation who worked closely with our National Headquarters staff as we provided charity, advocacy, and service nationwide. … Read More »
As the holiday season approaches, AMVETS sets the tone that no one will be forgotten this winter.
WASHINGTON D.C. – November 26, 2020
This Thanksgiving Day, several veteran transition homes and community clinics throughout Washington D.C. were visited by AMVETS National Headquarters staff members and volunteers delivering meals to local veterans.
The veterans group coordinated with many figures in the D.C. community, including Ward 8 … Read More »
AMVETS National Service Foundation would like to offer our genuine congratulations to the winners of the 2020 AMVETS National Scholarships.
The pool of candidates received this year was inspiring. From stellar academic achievement, actively participated in school and/or community activities, to displaying a sincere effort to make a difference. 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 »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: John Hoellwarth
National Communications Director
AMVETS (American Veterans)
AMVETS National Headquarters, June 28, 2018 – Congress must move swiftly to enact H.R. 5588 to repair and maintain the Mare Island Naval Cemetery in Vallejo, California, AMVETS announced today.