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Since our inception in 1920, the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) has worked diligently to procure benefits for disabled veterans and their families. We are a non-profit organization that has no affiliation with the government, nor do we receive any subsidies or funding.

At DAV, we work to enhance our understanding of the horrors of previous wars and their effects. We continue to build our knowledge on the issues currently pertinent to the newest generation of heroes. Historically, DAV has focused on the effects on veterans from mustard gas of World War I, radiation poisoning of WWII, Agent Orange and PTSD from the Vietnam Era. Now we are working diligently to understand the issues of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and severe amputations, as well as the increased survival rate from these injuries and the obstacles they face.

Many think the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) takes care of all veterans’ needs, especially those injured in service. Due to the current transitioning practices within the VA and the backlog of claims, DAV is forever vigilant in addressing the wellbeing of our nation’s veterans. Learn more about our services and how our unique organization is fulfilling our promise to the men and women who served.

Statement on Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity and inclusion are our heritage and our future.

To be engaged, you must feel included and valued. We, in the Disabled American Veterans Department of Massachusetts, nurture a culture where inclusiveness is a reflex, not an initiative, where there is a deep sense of pride, passion, and belonging that is unified in our shared commitment, dedication, and patriotism for our country.

We know through experience that different ideas, perspectives, and backgrounds create a stronger and more creative organization that delivers better results for the Disabled Veterans and families we strive to assist.

Annual Corporate Golf Outing

Monday, August 15, 2022
Registration begins at noon
Shotgun start at 1:30 PM

Granite Links Golf Club
100 Quarry Hill Dr.
Quincy, MA

Boston DAV 5K

DAV 5K Boston

Saturday, November 12, 2022
Veterans Day Weekend
DCR Fort Independence at Castle Island
www.dav5k.boston

VA Home Loan Education

Join VA Mortgage Professional Rick Bettencourt for a workshop on becoming a homeowner!

Monday, May 9, 2022
1:30pm – 3:00pm
North Shore Community College
Lynn, MA

2022 Scholarship Programs

Under the Lynn Swampscott DAV Chapter 64 program, four (4) $500 scholarships will be awarded.

Application deadline is May 31, 2022. The scholarships will be awarded in June 2022.

22nd Annual DAV HSC Golf Classic

Service Benefit Program Golf Tournament

Friday, June 3, 2022 with a 10:00am Shotgun Start

The Woods of Westminster
90 Bean Porridge Hill Rd
Westminster, MA

Boston DAV 5K

DAV 5K Boston

Saturday, November 12, 2022
Veterans Day Weekend
DCR Fort Independence at Castle Island

Since our inception in 1920, the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) has worked diligently to procure benefits for disabled veterans and their families. We are a non-profit organization that has no affiliation with the government, nor do we receive any subsidies or funding.

At DAV, we work to enhance our understanding of the horrors of previous wars and their effects. We continue to build our knowledge on the issues currently pertinent to the newest generation of heroes. Historically, DAV has focused on the effects on veterans from mustard gas of World War I, radiation poisoning of WWII, Agent Orange and PTSD from the Vietnam Era. Now we are working diligently to understand the issues of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and severe amputations, as well as the increased survival rate from these injuries and the obstacles they face.

Many think the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) takes care of all veterans’ needs, especially those injured in service. Due to the current transitioning practices within the VA and the backlog of claims, DAV is forever vigilant in addressing the wellbeing of our nation’s veterans. Learn more about our services and how our unique organization is fulfilling our promise to the men and women who served.

Statement on Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity and inclusion are our heritage and our future.

To be engaged, you must feel included and valued. We, in the Disabled American Veterans Department of Massachusetts, nurture a culture where inclusiveness is a reflex, not an initiative, where there is a deep sense of pride, passion, and belonging that is unified in our shared commitment, dedication, and patriotism for our country.

We know through experience that different ideas, perspectives, and backgrounds create a stronger and more creative organization that delivers better results for the Disabled Veterans and families we strive to assist.

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