Veterans Service Organizations
|American Red Cross*
Since World War I, Red Cross volunteers have provided services to US Veterans.
AMVETS (American Veterans) sponsors numerous programs to assist Veterans and their families.
|Military Order of the Purple Heart*
This organization works to promote history, education, fraternity, service and patriotism.
|Paralyzed Veterans of America*
The Paralyzed Veterans of America has worked to secure health care and benefits for Veterans of the armed forces living with spinal cord injury and disease.
|Vietnam Veteran Wives*
Vietnam Veteran Wives was created to reach out to veterans, their spouses and families. VVW concerns include benefits for spouses and children, VA Claims, PTSD issues, and more.
Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 20 (Rochester)
The goal of this organization is to promote and support the full range of issues important to Vietnam veterans, to create a new identity for this generation of veterans, and to change public perception of Vietnam veterans.
|Blue Star Mothers
The Blue Star Mothers provide support for active duty service personnel, promote patriotism, and assist veterans organizations. They are also available to assist in homeland volunteer efforts to help our country remain strong.
|NY State Division of Veterans Affairs
The purpose of the State Division of Veterans affairs is to provide quality service, advocacy and counseling for New York Veterans and their families, ensuring they receive benefits granted by law for their services to New York and the Nation.
|American Legion - Monroe County Posts
American Legion - Executive Officers and Committees
The members of the American Legion come together to disseminate information pertaining to the activities of the American Legion in the area. By the sharing of activities, committee reports, and legislation they hope to keep members energized, educated and involved in the locality where they can make a real difference.
|Monroe County Post #26
Robert Dardano, Commander
Meets 3rd Wednesday @ Dandrea's
|VFW - Monroe County Posts
The mission of the VFW is to foster camaraderie among United States veterans of overseas conflicts. To serve our veterans, the military, and our communities. To advocate on behalf of all veterans.
|Monroe County Powers Chapter #15
Meeting at: 40 & 8 Chateau
933 University Ave.
Rochester, NY 14607
ON THE 1st Wednesday OF THE MONTH at 7:30pm
E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org