Reaching out into our communities is vital to our organization, developing relationships with community leaders, media, school faculty and local civic groups can greatly assist each post in achieving the VFW mission.
Part of our community service efforts include:
Food and clothing drives for the homeless and needy
Chartering BSA Cub Scout Pack 525
Sponsoring to clean up Front St in Merrimack
Working with BSA Troops 15, 15G and 401
Hosting Red Cross Blood drives
Wreaths Across America
Providing the High School with the Guy Grainger Memorial Scholarship
Offering meals to the Police and Fire Departments on Thanksgiving, New Years and other times
Hosting (when needed) and working with the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps 
Participating in Town Parks and Rec events like Winter Carnival and Halloween Spooktacular
and so much more!
Our community outreach efforts are what help to make the community a better place for all, and it is a vital part of what we do. If you have an idea of another way to help the community let us know!



Section 230102 of our Congressional Charter states:
That the purpose of this Corporation shall be fraternal, patriotic, historical, charitable, and educational: to preserve and strengthen comradeship among its members; to assist worthy comrades; to perpetuate the memory and history of our dead; and to assist their widows and orphans; to maintain true allegiance to the Government of the United States of America, and fidelity to its Constitution and laws; to foster true patriotism; to maintain and extend the institutions of American freedom, and to preserve and defend the United States from all her enemies.


Our programs support our service members while they are on the front line, as they are being discharged and long after they return. Your tax-deductible donation will be immediately directed to the VFW programs where your support is most urgently needed.



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