VAVS

AcronymDefinition
VAVSVeterans Administration Volunteer Services
VAVSVeterans Affairs Voluntary Service
VAVSValue Added Voice Services (phone service feature)
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Since its establishment in 1946, VAVS volunteers have contributed more than 760 million hours of service.
Anyone interested in volunteering for VAVS on behalf of DAV can contact DAV Voluntary Services at VAVS@dav.
Seal, who was Director of Membership and Voluntary Services and a leading organizer and administrator of the DAV VAVS program from 1952 until his death in 1977.
Each year some 80,000 volunteers serve veterans through the VAVS program.
The DAV has always enjoyed the benefit of volunteers who give back to our wounded veterans by serving in VAVS programs at VA facilities.
The VAVS Workshop focused on DAV volunteer initiatives, including the Local Volunteer Assistance Program.
VAVS has contributed 66 years of service to America's Veterans seeking care in VA health care facilities.
It will include all the recognition awards we now provide through the DAV VAVS program, as well as eligibility to apply for Jesse Brown Memorial Youth Scholarships for student volunteers.
Working in many different areas of the Bay Pines VA medical center, Cook serves as the DAV Auxiliary representative on the VAVS Committee and is involved with many of the hospital's programs.
If you live too far to actually participate at the hospital, ask the Auxiliary VAVS Representative how you can help.
Louis VA Volunteer Service (VAVS) Program, for which Staton is concurrently the MOPH National Deputy VAVS Coordinator.
She was the VAVS Representative at the Denver VA Medical Center from 1955 through 1974, at which time she was certified an honorary representative and continued to serve at the medical center for many years.