• Eastern Oklahoma VA thankful for volunteers

    Air Force Veteran Rod Ramsell has enjoyed volunteering at the Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center in Oklahoma for the past six years.

  • VA salutes our 25,000 volunteers this National Volunteer Week

    National Volunteer Week: VA recognizes and honors our volunteers who significantly enhance the quality of services provided to our Veterans.

  • VetServe 2022: Strengthening Volunteerism with Veterans April 21

    As part of National Volunteer Week, VA is hosting VetServe 2022, a campaign to strengthen volunteer capacity across the nation on April 21.

  • Student volunteer awarded Knights of Columbus Volunteer of the Year

    Caitlin Golson has given nearly 1,000 hours in volunteer time to VA and charities. She is her local Knights of Columbus Volunteer of the Year.

  • #VADidThat: A lifetime of service to Veterans

    VA has a rich history of volunteerism. Jeannette and her late husband, Edward Feldman, were among the longest-serving VA volunteers.

  • Celebrate National Patient Ambassador Day Nov. 29

    VA celebrates National Patient Ambassador Day November 29, to recognize Red Coat Patient Ambassadors across the country.

  • VA women leaders join women Veterans in research

    Women leaders across VA enrolled in a national research program looking at health and illness in Veterans. They invite you to join them.

  • Volunteer gives 35,000 hours in honor of Veteran brother

    Rose Solak has volunteered to serve Veterans in the Detroit area for four decades...over 35,000 hours. She began volunteering to honor her Marine Corps brother who passed away.

  • Pre-med student: Volunteer with over 1,000 hours

    From high school freshman to university pre-med student, youth volunteer Anit Tyagi has an ongoing dedication to serving Veterans with the emergency medical team at VA Eastern Colorado Health Care.

  • Want to join VA’s Digital Media Engagement Virtual Volunteer program?

    VA’s Office of Public Affairs' Digital Media Engagement (DME) team is expanding its Virtual Volunteer program to invite new volunteers to help create content that honors Veterans and helps them learn more about their benefits. The Virtual Volunteer program will be open to currently enrolled college students and college graduates who have skills in various forms of digital content creation, social media management and accessibility.

  • Gulf Coast VA welcomes back volunteers

    Despite the pandemic, Gulf Coast VA Voluntary Services have remained consistent. While volunteers were unable to volunteer in person, they continued to donate.

  • Teen awarded $20,000 scholarship for volunteer work

    Brooke Jackowski, 17, has dedicated the past 5 years to serving Veterans at the Erie VA Medical Center. She will receive a $20,000 scholarship for tuition, fees, and books at the college of her choice.

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