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BVA 72nd National Convention

Jacksonville, Florida
August 15th - August 18th, 2017


Registration Forms and Survey Notification

  

2017 BVAA Convention Schedule

Creating a Better Future
for Blind Veterans 


Military Family

Assisting Servicemen and Women Who Have Lost Their Sight

Welcome to the BLINDED VETERANS ASSOCIATION AUXILIARY (BVAA) national website. We are the family and friends of veterans who served in a branch of the military of the United States of America and have been blinded in their course of duties. In many cases the veteran's blindness was a direct result of their military duty. In many more instances, the veteran became blind years after military service from an accident, hereditary, age-related condition, illness, or any other of a myriad of causes.


What We Do Link
What We Do

Resources & Contacts Link
Resources & Contacts

Bylaws Link
Bylaws

Spouse's Guide Link
Spouse's Guide

Compensations Link
Compensation

Health Insurance Link
Health Insurance

Education Benefits Link
Education Benefits

End of Life Benefits Link
End of Life Benefits

Other Information Link
Other Information


Rene Feldman Scholarship Committee

Click Here for the Scholarship Application


About Us

These veterans' have all served honorably and paid a very high price for our continued freedom. Now, they are banning together to form the Blinded Veterans Association, which is a community where blind veterans help other blind veterans. As the Auxiliary to the BVA, we exist to support the BVA in their endeavors, to offer assistance for blind veterans, and to aid and strengthen each other.

We have developed this site to give you the opportunity to learn what the BVAA is and what we do. Please explore our pages and revisit them to learn more and to see what is happening with the BVA nationally and in several of our regional groups.

Our support network extends to all 50 states and to Puerto Rico. All of our auxiliary groups would enjoy learning that there is another family member or friend of a blinded veteran in their vicinity. We have provided you links and contact information for some of our REGIONAL PERSONNEL.

Membership applications and scholarship information are also available on this site. We would love to hear from you. We welcome your friendship and your support.

BVAA Regional Start-up Kit

Process for Starting 2015 Sample Bylaws BVAA Membership Form

Contact

Thank you for your interest. For questions or comments, please use the information listed here. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Hours of Operation
Monday - Sunday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

National Organization Address:
125 N West Street, 3rd floor
Alexandria, VA 22314

Service Area
Nationwide, but Based in Alexandria, VA

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