Local Veterans Assistance Program (LVAP)
To help us recognize the hard work of our volunteers, we’ve launched LVAP to help us track and report the hours that volunteers contribute every month. Please visit the link to enroll and/or submit hours. Thank you for your service to Minnesota Veterans!
Enroll in the LVAP
Local Veterans Assistance Program
We’d like to recognize your hard work in service of Minnesota’s veterans! To help us do that, the Disabled American Veterans has launched the Local Veterans Assistance Program or LVAP.
Through LVAP we can track and report the hours you log every month making your own unique contributions to assist Minnesota’s disabled veterans, whatever they may be. Please fill out the short form below to be entered into our tracking system.
Once you’re enrolled, you can enter your monthly hours on our website quickly and easily using the Submit Volunteer Hours form.
Submit Volunteer Hours
Use form to easily submit your monthly volunteer hours
Are you participating in the Local Veterans Assistance Program (LVAP)? You can use this form to quickly and easily submit your monthly volunteer hours.
LVAP was created to help track and honor the unique contributions of everyone who support our nation’s disabled veterans. Here are some examples of volunteer activities that you can track using the form below:
- Benefit Seminars
- Chapter Work
- Color Guard
- Chapter Clothing
- Visiting Veterans
- Staffing Fair Booths
- Anything that benefits Minnesota veterans!
Use this short form to submit your LVAP volunteer hours from the past month. Thanks for keeping us up-to-date!
A: Chapter Service Officer Work (Must Be Certified)
B: Department Service Officer Work (Must Be Certified)
C: DAV Outreach (DAV Specific Outreach, National Guard Mobilization/Demobilization, Etc.)
D: Fundraising (Forget Me Nots, Sweepstakes, Golden Corral, Etc.)
E: DAV 5k (National Series 5k events only)
F: DAV/DAV Auxiliary Special Events (State Fair, Homeless Stand Down, Etc. to include event planning)
Not including DAV National Series 5k events.
G: Direct assistance to veterans, spouses and families (Yard Work, Home Repairs, Grocery Shopping, Caregiver Respite, Rides to medical appointments – private vehicle, Etc.)
H: Seminars, workshops, training and activities designed to operate Chapter/Department smoothly, VAVS Certification, Volunteer Driver Certification
and thrift store hours (not compensated)
I: Grassroot Legislation (Hours completed by Benefits Protection Team Leaders ONLY)