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It is with sincere appreciation that we recognize donors who have given so generously to support the DAV National Service Foundation. As a component of our appreciation, the Foundation has established a Donor Recognition Program to honor individuals and organizations who help ensure funds are available to serve America’s veterans and their families of today, tomorrow, and well into the future.

If it weren’t for the continued, outstanding support of our donors, veterans and their families simply would not be able to access the same level of unparalleled and vital services needed for progress. The Foundation’s Donor Recognition Program is only one small expression of gratitude as these gifts enable DAV to provide continual services to those who’ve served, changing the lives of countless veterans and their family members.

Many gifts are given to honor DAV national service officers, departments, chapters, Auxiliary units and individual members, and some are made in honor of or in memory of friends and family. Moreover, some gifts are given as part of living trusts, life insurance policies or other estate plans. No matter the reason, the kindness of the Foundation’s benefactors will never get overlooked.

Within each section, you will view varying levels of exceptional generosity and recognition to donors who achieved special giving thresholds in the most recent fiscal year end. The Foundation extends its heartfelt thanks for all gifts, no matter the amount, as each one plays an important role in the advocacy and rehabilitation of injured veterans across the nation. Our generous supporters are the reason why we can execute our mission and continue to benefit veterans and their families.

We have made every effort to ensure that each listing is accurate. If we have inadvertently made an error or omitted any individual or organization, please accept our sincerest apologies.