You can make a positive difference in the life of an American veteran who was disabled in our nation’s defense!
The Disabled American Veterans’ Voluntary Services Program provides numerous opportunities for men and women of all ages to help make a difference in the lives of disabled veterans.
Volunteer opportunities include but are not limited to:
- Drive veterans to medical appointments at the VA Medical Center
- Visit with veterans at the VA Medical Center or help professional staff with their work
- Volunteer in your local community to provide direct service to veterans
Volunteering for the DAV is a meaningful way to share your talents and improve the lives of veterans who need your support and care.
Ready to learn more?
If you’re interested in driving a van for DAV, volunteering at the VA Medical Center, or helping out in another unique way, the national Disabled American Veterans website is your next stop. There you can learn more about opportunities, and fill out the online volunteer registration form.