Interested In Learning More, Or Becoming A Member?
Download this form, complete it and either mail it in, or bring it to one of our meetings, held on the 2nd Thursday of each month.
Our meetings are held at the Brevard Veterans Memorial Center
400 S Sykes Creek Pkwy Merritt Island, FL 32952
Are you looking for information on the Annual Veterans Reunion? Click HERE
Are you looking for the Vietnam Traveling Wall Memorial website? Click HERE
- Provide assistance to Vietnam and all Veterans in their readjustment to life in the civilian community. The services provided by the corporation will be charitable in nature.
- To provide aid to economically, emotionally, and culturally deprived persons and groups through education, sports, and motivational programs.
- To make available to the public, information regarding the worthwhile and noteworthy contributions to the Brevard County community by Vietnam and all Veterans, and information regarding the activities and programs initiated by the corporation.
- To work toward the elimination of discrimination suffered by Vietnam and all Veterans and to develop channels of communication, which will assist Vietnam and all Veterans to maximize self-realization and enrichment of their lives and enhance life fulfillment.
- To study on a nonpartisan basis proposed legislation or rules and regulations introduced in any federal, state, or local legislative or administrative body which may affect the social, economic, educational or physical welfare of Vietnam and all Veterans, and develop policy proposals designed to address the value of such proposed legislation.
- To conduct and publish research on a nonpartisan basis, pertaining to the relationship between all Veterans and the American society, the Combat experience, and the role of the United States in securing a peaceful coexistence in the world community
- To engage in all other activities which are related to the foregoing purposes provided, however, that the corporation shall have no purpose and shall exercise no power which would prevent it from qualifying as an organization described in 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 as exempt from taxation under Section 501(a), and to which contributions and gifts may be made which would entitle the donor to the allowance of a deduction under the provisions of Section 170 of said Internal Revenue Code.