DAV Auxilliary

An essential part of the DAV is its auxiliaries. While all of our veterans are special, no one knows more than those that are associated with the veteran, wife, son, daughter, nephew, niece, brother, sister and many more. The DAV auxiliary offers them voice in helping procure benefits that improve their wellbeing. The caregiver provision was a direct response to family members wanting to assist their veteran hero in personal care at home. Being an auxiliary member honors our veterans and shows them we care. Become a member today by going to their website; www.davauxiliary.org and click on membership.

Today WRKO AM 680 is teaming with the DAV for a radiathon raising money for our vital programs and services.
Pictured hear with Jeff Kuhner is 93 year old Lou Pasquale a WWII Veteran who fought on Okinawa and Boston City Councilor and retired Navy Reservist Ed Flynn.
Lou and Ed have been tireless advocates for Veterans. We thank Ed and Lou for their service to our country and support to the DAV.
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When will our elected officials step up and stop appointed public safety officials from blaming Veterans for their Departments diversity problems?
MA Veterans are as diverse as the population as a whole. Minority Veterans and female Veterans are the two fastest growing populations within the Veteran community.
The comments made by the MBTA Transit Police Chief about civil service and Veterans are not true. Unfortunately we hear this false talking point, scapegoating Veterans, all too often.
Charlie Baker
Massachusetts Department of Veterans' Services
MassDOT
Veterans of Foreign Wars Massachusetts
Massachusetts Fallen Heroes Memorial
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