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Wounded Warrior Project

The Wounded Warrior Project works to service wounded servicemen and women, to encourage their well-being, and to improve their quality of life.

(904) 296-7350

4899 Belfort Road, Suite 300, Jacksonville, FL 32256

National Women Veterans of America

The National Women Veterans of America organization works to provide information and benefits to all female veterans.

Women Overseas Service League

carolhabgood@sbcglobal.net

P.O. Box 124, Cedar Knolls, NJ 07297

The association works to promote overseas service, foster the welfare of the armed services, and to assist those who were wounded while serving.

Women Marines Association

1-888-525-1943

P.O. Box 377, Oaks, PA 19456-0377

Founded in 1960, this non-profit and charitable organization helps to tell the history of women in the Marines.

Women’s Army Corps Veterans Association

info@armywomen.org

No address given

The main focus of this organization is to preserve the memory of the Women’s Army Corps and to offer a social outlet for its members.

Women’s Air Force Service Pilots, WWII

(254) 710-7202

1620 South Ninth, Waco, TX 76706

The association is dedicated to conserving and sharing the memory of the Women Air Force Service Pilots.

Women in Military Service for America Memorial Foundation, Inc.

(703) 533-1155

Dept. 560, Washington, DC 20042

The organization helps to preserve the Women’s Memorial in Arlington Cemetery.

WAVES National

This group was formed in 1979 and is intended for any women who have worked in the Sea Services such as the Navy, Marines Corps, or Coast Guard.

Vietnam Women’s Memorial Foundation, Inc.

1-866-822-8963

1735 Connecticut Ave, NW, 3rd Floor, Washington DC 20009

This organization strives for the recognition of women who have served in Vietnam and hopes to preserve the Vietnam Women’s Memorial

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund

(202) 393-0090

2600 Virginia Ave NW, Suite 104Washington DC 20037

Organized in 1980 to provide funding for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

Veterans’ Widows/ers International Network, Inc.

(303) 220-0189

P.O. Box 441043, Aurora, CO 80044

Founded in 1995, the association helps to remind families of the benefit qualifications and how to obtain their benefits as well as how to receive necessary attention.

Veterans of the Vietnam War, Inc. & The Veterans Coalition

Contact form is online

No address given

Founded in 1978, the group provides links to other organizations and also has ninety posts worldwide design to help maintain a quality of life for Vietnam Veterans.

Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge

(703) 528-4058

P.O. Box 27430, Philadelphia, PA 19118

Formed in 1981, this tax-exempt and non-profit group helps with reunions and preserving the history of the Battle of the Bulge.

Veterans of Modern Warfare, Inc.

(888) 445-9891

No address given

The organization supports veterans and their families by providing benefits, education, and support.

Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States

Contact form is online

No address given

The group was founded in 1899 just after the Spanish-American war. The group helped with the passage of the GI Bill for the 21stcentury as well as improving VA hospitals nationwide.

Veterans Leadership Program of Western Pennsylvania

(412) 481-8200

2417 East Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203

The mission of the group is to provide housing, employment, and vital needs to veterans in Western Pennsylvania. Its overall goal is the improvement of quality of life for veterans.

Veterans Assistance Foundation, Inc.

(866) 823-8387

312 Superior Avenue, Tomah, WI 54660

Since 1994 the organization has helped veterans in low-income situations and veterans on the brink of homelessness.

Veterans and Military Families for Progress

(563) 451-9919

PO Box 66353, Washington, DC 20035

This group proposes legislation for the well-being of veterans and their families as well as promoting the needs of veterans in the public.

Veterans for Common Sense

900 Second St., NE, Suite 216, Washington, DC 20002

This non-profit organization primarily deals with lobbying so that veterans can get their fair share from Congress.

USCG Chief Petty Officers Association

703-941-0395

5520-G Hempstead Way, Springfield, VA 22151

Created by CPOs of the Coast Guard, the organization volunteers within the community and provides benefits for its members.

United States Submarine Veterans Inc.

(360) 337-2978

P.O. Box 3870, Silverdale, WA 98383

The group comprises all submarine veterans who enjoy the camaraderie of their fellow submariner veterans.

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