About Us

Over the years, AMVETS has been in the forefront of public-policy related to national defense, services for homeless veterans, adequate funding for the Department of Veterans Affairs, concurrent receipt of retirement pay and disability compensation by disabled military retirees, veterans employment and training, POW/MIA accountability and flag protection.

‚ÄčIn addition to the work of our national service officers, other AMVETS members, as well as those in the AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary, will devote as many as 250,000 hours of free time a year to brighten the lives of hospitalized veterans. Here, something as simple as playing cards with the lonely or watching television with the disabled can make a world of difference

Post 4250 was chartered on April 25, 2014 wih 22 charter members.. We are now over 50 members and have added a Ladies Auxiliary and a Riders Chapter. We currently are working on forming a Sons of AMVETS Post