VA Joins VFNH At Fall Fest

Fall Fest in East Wakfield celebrates community with its 6th fair. After its inaugural success in 2013, the free family fun day initiated by VFNH Executive Director and associates at Woodman’s Corner with support from the Greater Wakefield Chamber returns again. VFNH has taken a back seat over the years, but still maintains a presence at the event to meet its mission to Raise the Bar for...
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Seacoast Marines Team Up with Veterans Law Project

MCL Detachment #394 Commandant Roland Morin receives donation from Lawrence Vogelman, Esq. to help fund the organization’s raffle fund raiser. “I’ve seen you guys in the courts.  You do good work.” says Morin of the Veterans Foundation of NH Law Project, Legal Boots on the Ground.   Morin works in law enforcement and has seen the Veterans Law Project in action providing...
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VFNH Donates Handicap Accessible Van to Disabled Veteran of Manchester

“He is struggling to get to his VA appointments.” Veteran David Roberts relies upon others for transportation.  He and his wife own one vehicle, a small sedan, which is barely accessible, difficult to use for the disable veteran who is wheel-chair bound due to a spinal cord injury. Loren Gebo at the Manchester VA reached out the VFW and they referred her to VFNH to see if we could...
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Show Your Support: Paper Poppy Project Assists Local NH Veteran Service Organizations

Join Our Growing List of Supporters of the Paper Poppy Project!     Show your support by displaying the Paper Poppy at your location.  The Paper Poppy may feature the name of a veteran or a supporter and acknowledges all our local service men & women throughout our community. The Paper Poppy is produced by the Veterans Foundation of New Hampshire, Inc.  to raise awareness of the...
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VFW Post 1631 Volunteers Return from VFW National Home

Rick Angwin knows how to lend a hand.When Rick visited  the VFW National Home last year, it lead to more than just the common introduction to the facilities provided to orphaned children of veterans and military families.During last year’s VFW National Convention, several took a trip to the National Home–and for some, the excursion inspired more than awe and emotion for the work of...
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