Do you know a comrade that is very active in your community? Do you have a story about a veteran who was in need and your post took care of them? Do you have a post project that has made an impact in your community? Share their stories! Let other posts in on your post’s success stories. You will not only spread the news of Veterans of Foreign Wars member contributions, but you may well give another post or district an idea!Read More
New forms are now available on-line. They are: (1) Auxiliary Bond Application (revised), (2) Quartermaster Bond Application (revised), and (3) a new Post Quartermaster Ledger for use by local posts.Read More
Our newly revised Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)for North Carolina VFW Canteens are now available on line. You can locate it and under downloadable forms or under Post Canteen SOPRead More
Need a form for membership, an audit, or a Department program? How about a standard operating procedure for your canteen. You will find these and more on the this site under TOOLS. Just select Tools on the red taskbar and slide down to Downloadable forms.Read More
Post Quartermasters are reminded that they can go to the VFW National website (www.vfw.org) on the Internet, sign in as the Quartermaster, and have access to numerous data on programs, tools, resources, chairmen’s guides, etc.Read More
The Department has just released General Order Number 9 (April 2013). It is available on-line and can be downloaded. Highlights include the State Convention, All State Teams, and other important information.Read More
We are adding new administrative forms all the time. Today, we added a spreadsheet version of the Trustee’s Audit Form. You can locate forms under TOOLS on the taskbar above.Read More
VFW Posts obtain post liability insurance from Lockton Insurance Group. Lockton Companies, Inc., is the world’s largest privately held insurance brokerage firm, providing insurance, risk management and employee benefits solutions. In addition to its Kansas City, Missouri headquarters, Lockton operates 60 locations in 17 countries.Read More
District Commanders are visiting their posts for their annual inspection. Inspections are important to maintaining strong financial health of posts and ensure that posts maintain complete records.
Post Commanders and Quartermasters can prepare for a scheduled inspection by downloading and completing a Post Inspection Form. This form can be completed on-line.
A reminder to all District Commanders. All post inspections should now be scheduled and a copy of your schedule provided to the State Inspector. Have you thought about contacting posts before your visit to have them do a self check? They can then be prepared and the inspection will go smoother and you will have more time to learn more about what is happening in the post.Read More