Military Funeral Honors Program (Year Round)
The function of administering a Military Funeral Honors Program is to identify Post members who are willing, able and have the time necessary to devote to this very rewarding but demanding service program. (Without VSOs assisting the DoD in implementing the Authorized Provider Partnership Program, our nation’s heroes would not be receiving what they deserve nor what the law requires.) Military Funeral Honors for all eligible veterans.
VAVS (Year Round)
The function of supporting the VAVS Program is to identify volunteers that will work through the VAVS Rep. assigned to Hawaii VA facility. (It is the responsibility of the Dept. Commander to make all appointments for Reps/Deps and Associates.)
White Clover (November and/or May)
The function of administering the White Clover program is to raise funds to support our hospitalized veterans and their fellow citizens. It is about people helping people. It also provides an excellent opportunity to get community support.
National Guard MOU/Family Support (Year Round)
The function of administering an outreach program in partnership with the National Guard Bureau (NGB) is to bolster support for National Guard service members and their families, who face increasing deployments in the War on Terror. The program, formalized by a Memorandum of Understanding signed with the National Guard Bureau on 23 March 2005, significantly expands the National Guard Family Programs volunteer network. (NG FACs provides assistance for all military personnel/dependents that are in need.)
Americanism Contest (August through October)
The function of administering the Americanism Program is to annually prepare, promote and conduct the Flag Drawing, Poster, and Essay contests among as many schools and youth groups/organizations.
AADAA (August through October)
The function of administering the AMVETS Against Drugs and Alcohol Abuse, (AADAA) Program is to annually prepare, promote and conduct the Poster and Essay contests among as many schools and youth groups/organizations that you can. Every child in America is at risk of using drugs, regardless of race, ethnicity or economic status.
For information on how to apply for these programs contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Programs Coordinated or Administered by National Headquarters:
- AMVETS Against Drug and Alcohol Abuse (AADAA)
- AMVETS White Clover
- Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP)
- Boy Scouts of America
- Ceremonial Rifles
- Citizens Flag Alliance
- Freedoms Foundation Youth Leadership Conference
- Military Funeral Honors
- National Coalition for Homeless Veterans (NCHV)
- National Guard Family Program
- AMVETS ROTC and JROTC Medals
- Task Force DVD
- Veterans Affairs Voluntary Services (VAVS)
- Veterans History Project
Additional Programs Supported by posts at the local level:
- American Red Cross
- Bone Marrow Foundation
- Girl Scouts USA
- Special Olympics
- Habitat for Humanity
- National Center for Missing Exploited Children
- National Transplant Society
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