Fellow veterans are #StillServing in ways outside of the military.
“I wake up every morning with a goal to impact at least one veteran’s life that day. The VFW gives me the ability to connect with so many of my fellow veterans and be a part of the support system we all miss when we separate from the service,” said Lela Bremen, the first female Commander for Post 5699.
As a VFW Accredited Service Officer and Commander of VFW Post 5444 in Dover Plains, New York, Maddie Fletcher leads a variety of efforts to uplift veterans in her area. Through it all, her dog Remi remains by Fletcher’s side.
The second annual VFW Day of Service kicks off May 6, 2023. Learn more about this nationwide event that unites veterans across America around a common goal — showing the nation the impact veterans make in their communities.