Subscription dues are just like a magazine subscription. It gives you 365 days of membership in the VFW. With this being the first year that they are coming into effect it will be a process that we are not use to. The basic breakdown of what is going to happen is:

If you are an annual member and you pay your dues before Jan your expiration will be Jan 2021. If you pay after that date whatever day your dues are processed at National will be the new expiration date. Example would be that you send in your dues to National on 1 Feb 2020 and National processed them on the 15 Feb. Your new expiration date would be 15 Feb 2021.

Annual membership Dues $39 and due on the anniversary of the date you joined the VFW or the date of annual renewal.

Student Vet's Annual membership is $20.

VOD Theme: "America: "Why is the Veteran Important?"
 PP Theme: "My Pledge to our Veterans?"

County  V A Representative is a member of our Post.
Please contact our Post, during office hours, to set up an appointment.

Commander:  Cmd@vfw8164.org
Sr Vice Commander: Svc@vfw8164.0rg
Jr. Vice Commander: Jvc@vfw8164.org
Quartermaster: Qm@vfw8164.org
Adjutant: Adj@vfw8164.org

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This pension, which is different from VA disability compensation, offers a monthly cash payment to older or disable veterans and surviving spouses who have few assets and a small income. If you are helping an older friend or family member who doesn't have a lot of resources, this benefit could make a difference in their life.

Salute Military Golf Association: 

Our Mission

"A Game with The Power to Heal Wounded Veterans”

We Believe in the Healing Powers of the Game of Golf and Sharing it with our Post 9-11 Combat Injured and Wounded Veterans. Our entire program is built upon this belief statement.

We believe that learning and playing the game of golf on beautiful golf courses alongside current and past serving brothers and sisters-in-arms helps to facilitate the healing and transition process. We have seen firsthand that golf can be a powerful tool in the ongoing recovery and reintegration process.

Website: http://www.smganewengland.org/about-us/

Clear Path for Veterans New England (Clear Path NE)

Clear Path for Veterans New England (Clear Path NE) is a 501(c)3 established in 2017 with one mission — to build a safe, supportive and respectful place for Veterans to seek the help and resources they need in order to successfully integrate into their communities. The Family is an integral part of this and the first line of defense in upholding wellness.

Clear Path NE has signed a licensing agreement with Clear Path for Veterans New York and will work in tandem to provide programs and services that mirror their holistic approach to Veteran care. Clear Path NY will provide assistance, training and mentoring to support Clear Path NE to provide programs and services that work.

There has been a growing recognition that we, as a nation, and as individual communities, need to do more to support our Veterans as they leave military service and return to civilian life. Clear Path’s vision is to create a community that understands and supports the journey home for our Veterans and their families and inspires other communities to do the same.

 website link:  http://www.clearpathne.org/get-involved/about-us/

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Delray Dorey, located at JFK Building Boston, MA and his contact number is (617) 303-5690.