October 19, 2017
Welcome to VVA Chapter 937





Vietnam Veterans of America Founding Principal:
"Never Again Will One Generation of Veterans Abandon Another"


Watch Video on YouTube About How and Why We Got Started,
And What we stand for...Helping Other Veterans


Who We Are
Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) was founded in 1978, is the only national Vietnam Veterans Organization, Congressionally chartered and exclusively dedicated to Vietnam - Era Veterans and families. VVA is organized as a not-for-profit corporation and is tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(19) of the Internal Revenue Service Code. Chapter 937 was chartred in April 2004 in Bryan/College Station, Texas.

Our goals are to promote and support the full range of issues important to Vietnam veterans. Our Mission is to provide support to local area Veterans and create a positive public perception of Vietnam Veterans. We serve our communities of the Brazos County and the surrounding Counties in a variety of on going activities.Our association assists individual veterans with full access to quality health care. Our organization also assists individual veterans with military records and corrections.

    Organization:
  • Over 50.000 individual members
  • 46 state Councils
  • 630 local Chapters
  • Chapter 937 is composed of about 70 active members, which meet once per month in Bryan at C & J BBQ, in Bryan, TX.

     

    Programs:
  • Assist individual veterans with full access to quality health care.
  • Assist individual veterans with military records and corrections.
  • Assist individual veterans with funds for family emergencies.
  • Developing a scholarship fund for veterans and dependents
  • Create a positive public perception of Vietnam veterans.
  • Serve our communities.
  • VVA Chapter 937 has designed a local Vietnam Veterans Monument/Memorial, which the groundbreaking was 3 November 2013 and is located in downtown Bryan. .This Monument is dedicated to those Service Men who gave their all and are on The Wall in Washington DC and have ties to the Brazos Valley (Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Leon, Madison, Robertson, and Washington Counties).

What You May Want to Know about The Wall in Washington DC