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If you are interested in joining the VVA or the auxiliary organization, AVVA, please click below.
Become a member of Vietnam Veterans of America Detroit Chapter 9 "LZ Motown"GET INVOLVED!
As a member of Chapter 9, you become part of a national organization that has worked tirelessly in raising the public perception of the Vietnam veteran. Vietnam Veterans of America, Inc. has more than 700 Chapters nationwide. On a local level, as a member of Chapter 9, you will meet other veterans who have experienced Vietnam and the era in which our generation of veterans helped define. Because of this shared experience we fully support VVA’s founding principle:
Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America Detroit Chapter 9 "LZ Motown"AVVA’S CORE VALUES
As Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America, we are passionate about our work and the real life issues facing Veterans and their families. We strive to create a positive impact on our Veterans and their families by making life better. Our achievements are built on a solid foundation of core values that inspire action, integrity, teamwork and outstanding results. Our values form the basis for decision-making and all actions of Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America – both as individuals and as a Veterans Support Organization.
We are also interested in obtaining donations to support our assistance to veterans, scholarships for Detroit youth and our community outreach efforts.
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Three Detroit students have won unique $2,500 scholarships thanks to a partnership between Detroit Chapter #9 of the Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA9) and the Detroit Public Schools Foundation. The longstanding VVA9 donated $10,000 to the foundation to provide the...read more
A local veterans group has teamed with a major corporation and large trade group to shore up the potential hiring pool for the skilled trades. Detroit Chapter #9 of the Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA9) will provide $220 each to 62 students at the A. Phillip Randolph...read more
It is not every day you hear someone say that they really enjoy researching and analyzing particles, or that their life goal is to be a nuclear or rocket scientist. Yet you could hear just that from 19-year-old Catherine Ballard. With encouragement from her parents to...read more