This year, IAVA is proud to launch Veterans Month. Our goal is to connect and empower veterans to unite all Americans at this unique time and moment in history.
Phase 1: EDUCATE
In the wake of unprecedented politicization of veterans, IAVA is proud to elevate veterans voices and empower them to advocate for themselves. That’s why we are proud to launch our 8th Annual Member Survey, our most impactful of all time, and the most comprehensive non-governmental survey of Post-9/11 veterans. Learn more and share at iava.org/survey
We’re also educating the whole nation through IAVA films. Click here to learn more about the IAVA endorsed film Last Flag Flying. And share with your friends! Learn more about IAVA endorsed films to watch and share this veterans day at iava.org/films.
Phase 2: ACTIVATE
Phase 3: ADVOCATE
IAVA is committed to advocating with and for veterans. As always, IAVA is fighting for issues ranging from education to suicide prevention to VA reform. Our priorities are outlined in our comprehensive Policy Agenda. And this year, we’ve launched our most ambitious campaign yet: She Who Borne the Battle. After Veterans Day, IAVA will continue its fight to defend the GI Bill, combat suicide, reform VA, and for recognition and services for women veterans. Become an IAVA advocate today.
Phase 4: FACILITATE
This work is not possible without help. Fuel for our mission helps us connect, unite and empower Post-9/11 veterans. And as we always say, veterans are an investment, not a charity. Before Giving Tuesday, learn about how you can get involved and become one of our grassroots investors.