Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Military National

Administered By : DP Chief Administrator, TWS, PO1 2715 

Reunion Information
Crest
Disabled American Veterans (DAV)
Association Type
Military National

Website
http://www.dav.org/

Contact Phone Number
877-426-2838

Contact Email
http://www.dav.org/
Year Established
1920

Short Name
DAV
HQ Address
Disabled American Veterans (DAV)
3725 Alexandria Pike
Cold Spring, KY 41076

 

Department of Defense.

The 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.

The DAV�??s 1.2 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 �?? the DAV is there to promote its message of hope to all who have served and sacrificed.">The 1.2 million-member Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is a non-profit 501(c)(4) charity dedicated to building better lives for America�??s disabled veterans and their families.

The DAV was founded in 1920 by disabled veterans returning from World War I to represent their unique interests. In 1932, the DAV was congressionally chartered as the official voice of the nation�??s wartime disabled veterans.

With our brave Americans leaving the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, the DAV�??s services and advocacy are as relevant and critical today as in any time in our nation�??s history.

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

The 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.

The DAV�??s 1.2 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 �?? the DAV is there to promote its message of hope to all who have served and sacrificed.">services and advocacy are as relevant and critical today as in any time in our nation�??s history.

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

The 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.

The DAV�??s 1.2 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 �?? the DAV is there to promote its message of hope to all who have served and sacrificed.">The 1.2 million-member Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is a non-profit 501(c)(4) charity dedicated to building better lives for America�??s disabled veterans and their families.

The DAV was founded in 1920 by disabled veterans returning from World War I to represent their unique interests. In 1932, the DAV was congressionally chartered as the official voice of the nation�??s wartime disabled veterans.

With our brave Americans leaving the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, the DAV�??s services and advocacy are as relevant and critical today as in any time in our nation�??s history.

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

The 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.

The DAV�??s 1.2 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 �?? the DAV is there to promote its message of hope to all who have served and sacrificed.">Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense.

The 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.

The DAV�??s 1.2 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 �?? the DAV is there to promote its message of hope to all who have served and sacrificed.">The 1.2 million-member Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is a non-profit 501(c)(4) charity dedicated to building better lives for America�??s disabled veterans and their families.

The DAV was founded in 1920 by disabled veterans returning from World War I to represent their unique interests. In 1932, the DAV was congressionally chartered as the official voice of the nation�??s wartime disabled veterans.

With our brave Americans leaving the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, the DAV�??s services and advocacy are as relevant and critical today as in any time in our nation�??s history.

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

The 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.

The DAV�??s 1.2 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 �?? the DAV is there to promote its message of hope to all who have served and sacrificed.">services and advocacy are as relevant and critical today as in any time in our nation�??s history.

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

The 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.

The DAV�??s 1.2 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 �?? the DAV is there to promote its message of hope to all who have served and sacrificed.">The 1.2 million-member Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is a non-profit 501(c)(4) charity dedicated to building better lives for America�??s disabled veterans and their families.

The DAV was founded in 1920 by disabled veterans returning from World War I to represent their unique interests. In 1932, the DAV was congressionally chartered as the official voice of the nation�??s wartime disabled veterans.

With our brave Americans leaving the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, the DAV�??s services and advocacy are as relevant and critical today as in any time in our nation�??s history.

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

The 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.

The DAV�??s 1.2 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 �?? the DAV is there to promote its message of hope to all who have served and sacrificed.

Direct Reporting All Chapters  
Barstow Chapter Chapter 26
Member-at-Large National Headquarters
Post 14, Disabled American Veterans Volunteer State #13
Glendale, AZ Chapter # 74
Chapter 116 - Alfred E. Seagrave Department of Alabama (AL)
Chapter 2 (Albertville, AL) Chapter 13 (Alexander City, AL)
Chapter 41 (Andalusia, AL) Chapter 98 (Anniston/Oxford, AL)
Chapter 18 (Arab, AL) Chapter 51 (Athens, AL)
Chapter 35 (Axis, AL) Chapter 53 (Bay Minette, AL)
Chapter 4 (Birmingham, AL) Chapter 50 (Butler, AL)
Chapter 62 (Cedar Bluff, AL) Chapter 33 (Clanton, AL)
Chapter 11 (Decatur, AL) Chapter 31 (Demopolis, AL)
Chapter 87 (Dothan, AL) Chapter 38 (Eight Mile, AL)
Enterprise-Coffee County Chapter (Enterprise, AL) Chapter 40 (Eufaula, AL)
Chapter 72 (Evergreen, AL) Chapter 45 (Fairhope, AL)
Chapter 52 (Falkville, AL) Chapter 6 (Foley, AL)
Chapter 8 (Haleyville, AL) Chapter 76 (Hanceville, AL)
Chapter 26 (Huntsville, AL) Chapter 7 (Mobile, AL)
Chapter 12 (Montgomery, AL) Chapter 28 (Oneonta, AL)
Chapter 95 (Opelika, AL) Chapter 94 (Ozark, AL)

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