AMVETS Dept. of Ohio presented a check for $10,000 on Oct. 27 to help in the preservation of the World War II-era USO building located in Newton Falls, Ohio. The USO building is one of six left in the United States.
Photo caption: (From left) PNC JP Brown III, AMVETS Dept. of Ohio Service Foundation President and PDC Eric Scherer, Connie Smith Talcott, PNC Jan C. Brown, Newton Falls Councilman Chris Granchie and Newton Falls Mayor Ken Kline.
AMVETS Dept. of Ohio donated $2,500 to aid Valor Home in assisting Veterans suffering from homelessness
Newton Falls Community Center (one of a few former WWII-era USO buildings left). For restoration efforts - $10,000
Awarded at Fall Conference 2021.
The Service Foundation supported the U.S. Air Force Academy Parents Association Ohio Chapters All-Ohio Buckeye Night event at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
U.S. Air Force Academy Parents Association
Westerville Police Thanks
Westerville Police Chief Joe Morbitzer expresses thanks to AMVETS for donating funds to help the department's
two fallen officers, Anthony Morelli and Eric Joering.
The Service Foundation along with the Ladies Auxiliary and the AMVETS Post 89, gave a all weather golf cart to the VAACC in March 2018. The golf cart will be used to ferry patients to and from the parking lot to the VAACC.
Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center (VAACC)
The Service Foundation along with the Ladies Auxiliary and the Dept. of Ohio, gave a generous donation to the families of two Westerville Police officers killed in the line of duty Feb. 10, 2018
Families of fallen Westerville Police Officers Anthony Morelli and Eric Joering
The Service Foundation donated $2000 to the James H. Parke Memorial Fund. The fund provides several scholarships to high school students each year.