Texas VFW strives to provide the latest and most pertinent information to its Veteran membership. Here you can find the Texas VFW E-news, general news, news on federal and state legislative matters, and late-breaking news to active duty, reservist, and National Guard personnel and their families. We also strive to keep you updated on POW/MIA matters.
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Honoring Veterans & Community
Report the ways in which your Post or District is honoring and supporting Veterans in your community by sending a 100+ word write up and 4-5 high resolution photos to: email@example.com.
Texas VFW Members are some of the most generous and giving in the country, and we want to showcase all of the good things you are doing in your communities here on this website. In addition, your stories may receive publication in the Texas VFW Magazine and across our social media channels. Send anything you feel has made your community a little brighter — no matter how big or small the event.
Some things include (but are not limited to) feeding the hungry, helping the homeless, mentoring, assisting the elderly, community clean up, fundraising, disaster assistance, troop care packages, repairs, first responder support, etc. You tell us! We know you are already doing magnificent things throughout the State of Texas to pay it forward while honoring Veterans.
(This is separate from VPR reporting. Be sure to still submit your VPR reports as usual.)
IN OTHER NEWS
VFW Action Corps Weekly
Weekly news that keeps you updated on the latest veteran information.
Legislative News Important to Veterans From Capitol Hill
From Capitol Hill — Legislator Lookup
From the Texas State Legislature — Texas Legislation Online, use this link and type veteran in search engine to track all bills related to veterans or scroll down.
The VFW insists on a full accounting of all service members so that anyone left behind is never forgotten and returned to American soil if possible. Click here for more information about POW/MIA.