415 Shore Road, Somers Point NJ 08244 Tel: 609-526-4356 E-mail: amvets@amvets-nj.org www.amvets-nj.org HQ open Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday 9am-3pm Service Officer available call Fred Vineyard 609-526-4356
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AMVETS WE SERVE AMERICA’S BEST New Jersey AMVETS is veterans helping veterans to secure and preserve their entitlements and benefits and advocate for additional benefits. Our services include: Helping veterans to obtain VA health care enrollment – file claims – obtain DD-214 Job bank Suicide prevention advocacy Fostering friendship with our veterans Earned entitlements are important to us! The necessity of meeting Veterans needs is why we continue to speak out on their behalf. Service Officer: Fred Vineyard - please e-mail Fred for an appointment @ fav1126005@aol.com Veterans Serving Veterans Serving With Pride! New Jersey
Department of New Jersey AMVETS Veterans helping Veterans Our services are and always have been provided with dignity and respect to all miltary regardless of race or background. “one nation, under God, indivisible, with libertyand justice for all” DONATION OPTIONS Donate with Pledge Donate with Rally Our freedom is 'free to us' at the expense of VETERANS - the men and women who have served selflessly - including those actively serving. It's your time to lend a helping hand. Veterans still fight upon returning home to receive their entitlements and healthcare -especially those returning with disabililties and struggle to find their place back home. AMVETS provides FREE services to assist our Veterans and YOU CAN HELP. Please use these links to make a donation. TOGETHER we can make a difference!! We are a 501-C3 organization that welcomes tax deductible donations from individuals, groups and corporations which allow us to continue our programs. New Jersey AMVETS provides veteran and community programs. We provide support to our New Jersey Veterans Homes and Veterans Haven. Our programs include (but are not limited to): •Annual Scholarships to NJ AMVETS family members •Care packages to our troops •Awards to NJ High School ROTC students •Americanism Contests offered to our local schools •Community Programs and Veterans Memorial Services
American Veterans was chartered by Congress on July 23. 1947