Serving Those Who Served: Become a VFW Member.

"My goal is for Veterans of EVERY GENERATION to feel welcome at VFW Chester McKay. This is the post where everybody knows YOUR name"- Jake, USA

Serving Those Who Served: Become a VFW Member. 

This phrase encapsulates the core mission of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW). If you're a veteran, joining the VFW means becoming part of a community of individuals who have dedicated their lives to serving their country. In doing so, you'll be part of a powerful voice that advocates for the rights and well-being of all veterans.

The VFW has a long and proud history of fighting for the rights of veterans. For over 100 years, the organization has been dedicated to ensuring that veterans receive the support and benefits they've earned through their service. This includes working to improve healthcare for veterans, fighting for better education benefits, and advocating for fair treatment from the government and the public.

As a member of the VFW, you'll have access to a wide range of resources and support systems designed specifically for veterans. This includes a robust network of fellow veterans who understand the unique challenges you face, as well as access to expert advice and guidance on navigating the complex bureaucracy of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

In addition to these practical benefits, the VFW is also a great way to stay connected with other veterans. Whether you're looking for camaraderie and friendship, or you simply want to be part of a community that shares your values and experiences, the VFW has something to offer. The organization is active in communities across the country, and it provides numerous opportunities for members to connect, share their stories, and give back.

So if you're a veteran, now is the time to become a part of the VFW. Join today, and help us continue the fight for those who've served their country. By doing so, you'll be helping to ensure that future generations of veterans receive the support and recognition they deserve.

Lawrence Jacobs

Post Commander | Chester McKay | VFW Post 7987