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The VFW strives to bring attention to the commitment and continued service of America’s veterans. U.S. veterans are 1.5 times more likely to work in public service or charitable organizations, volunteer 25 percent more hours per year and give 17 percent more in dollar donations. The VFW has seen this data come to life in the everyday actions of its more than 1 million members.

#StillServing showcases how America’s veterans continue to serve in ways outside of their military service. Veterans are involved in their communities and exemplify the best of America, and many are VFW members representing the heart of today’s VFW.

Veterans make a difference, and the VFW wants #StillServing to give them the respect and recognition they are due.

This campaign will serve to amplify the perception of the VFW as a place for dedicated veterans from all walks to continue their service to country and their communities.

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