Veterans meeting low income requirements by Veterans Administration standards. Outreach - finding those who could benefit a variety of services including home repairs, yard cleaning, transportation to clinics (local) from Veterans Homes.
Anyone that would like to assist veterans in need of assistance, may donate to our cause
Help needed: If anyone can help call Frankie 928 302-9547
Excepting applications for volunteers for all events and community activities:Refer to Chamber of COMMERCE ACTIVITIES Lake Havasu AZ
New Projects being worked on:Transitional housing now available to assist in
need veterans in Lake Havasu City.
Future Events: Legends of RT 66 coming April 21th to Windsor park on beautiful Lake Havasu.Attention to all Vendors participating in this event You will need to complete a temporary business license with the city of Lake Havasu City, You may download the form below. Please also review the tax form below as well.
Last month we received our first Handicapped Ford wind Star van . has lift and wheel chair and a special transfer seat for passenger.
We will be able to transport Veterans who are registered with Veterans United AZ program to local Dr. and Grocery stores in Lake Havasu.
We are offering advertisement on the Van at $250 for 18 in space for 2 years
We need help for day to day operation for transitioning and to fund gas and maintenance of van.
We are looking to have a pickup truck donated and a toy hauler type trailerin decent shape to haul our event equipment.
We hope to start doing events in Kingman and Bullhead by end of year tools are needed. yard tools and equipment, mechanic tools, tool boxes.
Current Event: 2010 Toyota Corolla $20.00 ea. Tickets at flying x, Gear Up Motorsports and other supporter businesses of Veterans United Arizona.
DONATION We received a check for $1000 from Bartenders College Brewery raised from sales of red shirt Friday .
1988 Cho 1000 rebuilt from junk bike for a build off at saddle site Ranch Az. Built by a ladies team from Sister Eternal LHC
The House of Representatives passed a bill which would amend the flag code to include National Vietnam War Veterans Day on the list of days that Americans should fly the U.S. flag. March 29 of each year is the designated day. The bill, which cleared the Senate in February, now goes to the President’s desk for signature.