Blinded Female Veterans Hike Appalachian Trail (Alexandria, VA) – For the first time, four of our blinded female veterans will hike a portion of the Appalachian Trail next month.  Hosted by Blinded Veterans Association’s Operation Peer Support, the 2019 Survived and Fierce Ranger Appalachian Trail March will occur on the Northern Appalachian Trails in Georgia starting May 28, 2019.  The four BVA member participants include: Jeanie Murphy, a retired Army Sergeant, Shianti Lee, a retired
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Appeals Modernization Act A video explaining the appeals process… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qucrG2Cv0lg Opens a New Window.
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3 Services a Veterans Assistance Program Might Provide After you have served your country, you are entitled to benefits to thank you for your service. Those benefits are meant to help you get back on your feet when you return home. Sometimes, accessing your benefits is not easy. The government agencies that are charged with overseeing the distribution of said benefits are bureaucratic and slow-moving. Veterans Assistance Program professionals are available to help you. Here
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Great Tips to Use When Applying for a Scholarship Scholarships for Veterans Dependents are available through the Blinded Veterans Association. The Kathern F. Gruber scholarship and the Thomas H. Miller scholarship is offered to spouses, dependent children, and grandchildren of blinded veterans. Each scholarship is for one single year, but students can re-apply each year and receive it for up to four years.Scholarships relieve a bit of the financial burden that families with college students
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Check out what the Blinded Veterans Association is supporting for their next exciting event.
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Register today to help support this group! https://www.witkopfoundation.org/blinded-veteran-association-golf-tournament.html
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