NATIONAL PROJECT REPORT UPDATE - $3,032,134 through November 15, 2019 - GREAT JOB!!!!!!!!
 

​To all Sons of AMVETS,

​Please be advised that all approved changes to our Consitution & By-Laws have been added and are available for your review by clicking on the links below. You may also retrieve the CBL's by clicking on the "FORMS" tab.

 

On Wednesday August 16th, 2017 the Sons of AMVETS  Department of Florida presented a scooter to WWII Veteran and Coldwater, MI  resident Tom Stemaly. Mr. Stemaly has ambulatory difficulties.

Elections are over! Results are in! CONGRATULATIONS to the elected officers for 2017-2018!!!!!

The Department of Florida Sons continue their DIRECT TO VET activity by sponsoring a mid-year cook-out for the vets at the James A. Haley Community Living Center in Tampa, FL. Burgers & Dogs were a well received change of pace from the normal menu and everyone had a great time.

Greetings to my fellow Sons, AMVETS family members, and friends,

Fellow Sons, AMVETS family members, and friends,

On Saturday, 13 May, the Sons of AMVETS Department of Florida visited Quantum Leap Horse Farm for the third time this year; sponsoring and helping with “Veterans’ Family Appreciation Day”.  The veterans and their families were all from MacDill Air Force Base

On behalf of the Sons of AMVETS nationwide I would like to extend greetings to all in the AMVETS family, our friends, and veterans who are observing Easter.

In Paris Tennessee at the Sgt. Michael H. Ferschke Jr. AMVETS Post 22 of Blount County, Post Commander Mark Frederick administered the oath of office to the members of the newly formed Sons of AMVETS Squadron 22-TN.

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HELP HEAL VETERANS SELECTED AS COMMANDER’S PROJECT

Sons of AMVETS National Commander Richard Thibodeau will support Help Heal Veterans (HHV) through his Commander’s Project in 2019-2020. 

Help Heal Veterans' mission is to support the healing and enrich the lives of veterans and military personnel. Healing arts and crafts provide a therapeutic experience for all veterans including those who are hospitalized, in shelters, in convalescent homes and those undergoing therapy for a wide range of physical and mental challenges. The kits, provided free of charge to the veteran, become a part of the patient's treatment plan, giving them a creative outlet along with tangible therapeutic and rehabilitation benefits. 

Since inception, Help Heal Veterans has delivered nearly 31 million arts and crafts kits to veterans and veteran facilities nationwide, along with active duty military overseas.Kits range in categories including woodworking, leather, models, and a variety of needlecrafts, paint-by-numbers and many others.

You may visit www.healvets.org to learn more.

All are invited to join with Commander Richard to support our veterans and active duty members through this DIRECT to VET program. Donations may be sent to National Sons of AMVETS, 4647 Forbes Blvd, Lanham, MD 20706. Please make your checks payable to National SOA and mark the memo line HHV. 

 

PROJECT REPORT

Greetings to all Sons,

Through November 15, 2019, 180 Squadrons and Departments have recorded over $3,032,134in activity for 2019-2020. GREAT JOB!!!!! On behalf of the veterans we serve, THANK YOU!!!

Your commitment to our mission, "SONS SERVING VETERANS", is noteworthy. Our proactive Direct to Vet approach has had a positive impact on those we have pledged to serve. As an organization it is important that our programs be recorded. To that end, all are encouraged to register at www.sonsofamvets.org so you may submit your project reports

Please contact me directly at mickandlynda@verizon.net if you need assistance submitting reports or if you have difficulties with registration. If preferred you can call or text me at 813-445-0253.

Take Credit for your volunteerism and report your activity!

In Fellowship and Service,

Mick Ciesla
2nd Vice Commander/Webmaster
National Sons of AMVETS