During the last year the 20,000 + members of Sons of AMVETS nationwide have touched the hearts of thousands of veterans and members of our respective communities with countless acts of charity and compassion. The collective efforts of our organization is an ongoing example of how we live our mission of "Sons Serving Veterans".

Want to HELP?  Want some CASH? Then it's time you returned all 2016 Veteran Support Cash Raffle Tickets. You need a ticket to have a chance for your share of $6,000.00 in prize money. Proceeds benefit Commander Strittmather's Project supporting AMVETS Diabetes Res

On March 26, 2016 National Commander David T. Strittmather did 22 push-ups in his basement to kick-off “22 Push-Ups a Day for 22 Days”. This effort is to bring awareness to the suicide rate among Veterans and those currently serving.

The words in the famous Kohima Epitaph state very succinctly what it is that each veteran gave to his/her fellow citizens. "When you go home, Tell them of us and say, For their tomorrow, We gave our today"

National Sons of AMVETS Commander David T. Strittmather’s strong campaign to bring awareness to the suicide rate of our veterans is motivating others to join the effort.

Sons of AMVETS, Squadron 1 from Cuba, NY have supplied more than $6,700 worth of craft kits to the Veterans at the VA Medical Center in Bath, NY.  288 kits of leather goods, wood kits, and painting kits were supplied partially through a grant from Past National Sons of AMVETS Commander Daniel Briggs' Arts and Crafts Project. This program

I had the honor to represent the National Sons of AMVETS at the memorial service for Harold "Lee" Reed.  Although we gathered on a sad note, I would like to share with you the email I received from the Department of Michigan Service Foundation Treasurer, Charles Petch.


On 11/23 the New York State Sons of AMVETS presented Canine Companions for Independence with a $1,000.00 donation to assist in providing food and veterinary care for future assistance dogs that will be placed with a Veteran with a disability.

The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) reports that nearly one in four men and women (24 percent) who served their country have diabetes.This includes my father and why I have selected AMVETS Diabetes Institute as my Commander's Project.

To all Sons of AMVETS nationwide: Your voice can make an impact on issues important to veterans. AMVETS works to keep you informed and it is easy to take action on issues. Your legislators do care about what their constitients think - your input can make a difference!

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