• 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.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Air Force Veteran Robin Hood

    Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Robin Hood, a Veteran’s Transportation Network driver, fleet coordinator, and a stellar Veteran volunteer.

  • 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.

  • VA nurse’s journey to treat his fellow Veterans

    During nursing school, Matt Mason felt a connection with his fellow Veterans. He began volunteering and became a VA nurse. “After experience as a patient and volunteer, I knew this is where I wanted to be."

  • Veteran, 74, has message for people reluctant to get vaccine

    Vietnam Veteran and hospital volunteer John Ziegler, 74, is one of a handful of Milwaukee residents featured in a multimedia outreach campaign designed to reach people reluctant to get the vaccine.

  • 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.

  • VA Youth Volunteer of the Year 2020: “I’m here to help other people”

    Serena Parmar has volunteered more than 400 hours over four years at Columbia VA. The Knights of Columbus recognized her as VA Youth Volunteer of the Year 2020.

  • September 2 is the 75th anniversary of end of World War II

    Navy Veteran Carl Niewoehner was on a Navy patrol craft when he heard World War II was over. “Some people cheered. Some cried. You get a little edgy. Eventually, we all were able to let loose.”

  • VA volunteer harpist says “thank you and goodbye”

    During her time as a volunteer harpist at VA Palo Alto Health Care System, Danielle Nam has grown as a musician and a person. She says “thank you and goodbye” to Veterans, families and staff.

  • New Mexico Veterans set sights on Golden Age Games competition

    The National Veterans Golden Age Games is the premier senior adaptive rehabilitation program in the United States.

  • Dedicated My HealtheVet volunteer finds joy in serving his Veteran colleagues

    Emerson Beach survived being shot in the head twice while serving in the U.S. Navy.

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