Honolulu Ford has initiated a campaign to honor veterans in Hawaii.
- AmVets Hawaii Annual Brief; 1 JAN 2019
- AmVets Dept. of Hawaii Monthly Meeting Agenda
- Legislative Priorities
- AMVETS Member Benefits
- Uncle Sam Wants You Poster
- AmVets Hawaii Jun 2017 to Dec 2017 Semi-Annual Program Report
- AmVets Hawaii Jan 2017 to Jun 2017 Semi-Annual Program Report
- AmVets Hawaii Jun 2016 to Dec 2016 Semi-Annual Program Report
- AMVETS National Constitution & ByLaws
- Original 1947 Congressional
- Preamble to AMVETS Constitution
- ROTC/JROTC Press Release
PO Box 2865
Ewa Beach, Hawaii (USA) 96706
American Veterans Hawaii
4725 Bougainville Drive, 323
Honolulu, Hawaii 96818
Main Office: 808-382-6835
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Over 90% of all donations received will directly fund our ROTC/JROTC Medals and Awards program, Hawaii Public Schools Essay Contests, the preservations of Ewa Battlefield, and other Memorials and Hawaii Historic sites. And will also help fund our annual commemoration ceremonies: Ewa Battlefield Pearl Harbor Commemoration, Battle of Midway Commemoration, Veteran’s Day Commemoration ceremony, and other events.
And most of all, your support will support our program initiatives to benefit our Veterans, transitioning Service members, and their families with needed assistance and advocacy.
AMVETS Charities, Inc. participates in the Combined Federal Campaign through the Military, Veterans and Patriotic Services Organizations of America federation. Our Combined Federal number is of the 50,000 charities that participate in the CFC, only about 1500 – the members of Independent Charities of America and Local Independent Charities of America – will have the opportunity to display the “Best In America” seal of approval. AMVETS Charities, Inc. is proud to be one of those chosen few. This seal of approval is a service mark of Independent Charities of America and is used under license. AMVETS NSF is responsible for the content of any materials in which the Service Mark is used.