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Youth volunteers will be “Bridging the Digital Divide” at Charleston VA Medical Center. They will help Veterans with virtual appointments and other technology that not all Veterans are familiar with.
Five nurses from VA Nevada volunteered to go to New Jersey to assist medical staff in nursing homes caring for their high-risk senior population. A Navy Veteran describes their departure.
When school closings caught parents off guard, Salt Lake City VA staff created a free onsite childcare center. Mom and dad can focus on taking care of Veterans knowing their kids are safe … and close.
The Red Coat Ambassador program is well-received by Veterans and their families, a partnership with the American Legion Auxiliary to help in the recruitment of volunteers for this program will be key to its continued success.
Musicians on Call volunteer musicians visit Rocky Mountain Regional every Tuesday evening to perform bedside concerts for Veteran patients. R
Mateo and Dulce Rivera volunteered to help out this summer at the New Orleans VA medical center. Their mother relates how proud she is of them in this blog. She works there too. So does their father.
As medical practitioners, we never underestimate the value and importance […]
Many organizations come to depend on their volunteers. The Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs is one of those agencies that not only depends on, but also cherishes, its volunteers.
One current study is investigating the role of daily concord grape juice consumption in treating symptoms of Gulf War Illness.
Susan Cookus, a member of Soldiers’ Angels, is VA's national female volunteer of the year.
A labor of love from volunteers in Arizona will provide a dignified final tribute for Veterans who have no family to plan their funerals.
They come from all ages, from all over the United States and they came to support Veterans because they have one thing in common; the love of their sport.
If you are a Veteran in crisis
or concerned about one, connect with our caring, qualified responders for confidential help. Many of
them are Veterans themselves.
Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated September 25, 2022
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