MESSAGES FROM AVVA NATIONAL
Messages will appear in chronological order, and will be available on this page until they are either no longer valid information, or until they are too old to be of interest.
AVVA OFFERS A SPECIAL PRICE FOR LIFE MEMBERSHIPS!
AVVA is offering, for a limited time, Life Membership for the special price of $100 per person. These memberships will be offered to everyone who is not already a fully paid life member, regardless of their age! Please see all details of this special offer on our News and Press Releases page. This offer will be good between November 1, 2015 and December 31, 2015.
AVVA NATIONAL ELECTIONS FOR 2015
Click here for the election results from the 2015 National Biennial Convention.
NEW BYLAWS AND CONVENTION INFO:
The new bylaws, as adopted by the delegates of the 2015 Biennial Convention have been posted under 'Governing Documents'. Also, the minutes of the BOD meetings and the Convention have been posted on the Board Minutes page. Take a look!
KEEP UP WITH VETERAN RELATED LEGISLATION
You can keep current on what is going on in congress by using this link: VVA Capwiz.
This link will take you to the VVA Action Page, and will give you information on how to contact your Senators and Representatives, and what legislation is currently of importance.
WE HAVE ADDED A LINK TO SONS & DAUGHTERS IN TOUCH:
Sons & Daughters In Touch (SDIT) is a group that formed in 1990, and was originated by the children of Vietnam Veterans. They wanted to be able to get in touch with each other, and lend support to each other and to veterans. They have grown since then, and are now a Veteran Support Organization. Please visit their site, using the link in the list to your left, "Sons/Daughters In Touch". You may be surprised!
The Clorox Company has an entire community set up to help Caregivers cope. This is a Newsletter that was brought to our attention, and we thought you would be interested in reading it.
ABOUT OUR FACE BOOK PAGE:
AVVA's Facebook page is a place where our members can share information and events; opinions and ideas. Some of you who are less familiar with Facebook may not notice when you reach the page just where the different operational buttons are. Below is a screen-shot of how our page looks when your arrive there ( you must have a facebook account to visit our page, but that is very easy to set up).
GO TO OUR FACEBOOK PAGE: It will look like what you see above, with the exception of the top picture possibly changing from time to time. Notice that there is a circle around a little "icon" that says "Post". This is all you have to do to post a message on our page! Just click on that little icon. You can add pictures as well. There are also otehr links that will take you to photos, etc, that are posted here.
Share your local events being hosted by your chapter or state, perhaps interesting articles or information you have found. Whatever you would like to share. HOWEVER: You must be careful not to post anything too "off-color", inappropriate, or just plane rude. If you do, we will take it down. Try to keep to the rule that if you would not tell it to your mother or your daughter, it does not belong on this page!