Community Affairs

Armando Moreno, Committee Affairs. - 6/21/2021

In June 2021, a BBQ gathering was held in Menifee to invite veterans. The Commander of VFW of Menifee Post 1956 and the Sr. Vice Commander of District 3, represented our organization to recruit eligible veterans to join the VFW Organization. We are extremely grateful to our two leaders for their sincere commitment, participation, and leadership. In case you missed it, we will be having other gatherings to give everyone the opportunity to join and share the camaraderie and experiences with one another. Please feel free to contact us, our website is: www.vfw.org

Post News

Important Info for Post1956 Members

Concert for Hero's

The Riverside National Cemetery (RNC) in collaboration with the Riverside National Cemetery Support Committee to host the 2022 Concert for Heroes on Sunday, July 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the cemetery’s amphitheater.

Carry The Load

Here is a great charity to get behind, they help civilians to better understand the sacrifices being made by our Vet's.

Statewide News

News & Info from your department

WWII Vet 98-yo Birthday

VFW, OC Agencies, Celebrate U.S. WWII Navy Vet, Harold E. Carter's 98th Birthday Thursday w/Drive-By and Happy Birthday Song in South County

Leading California Veterans Organizations Call on Governor Newsom to Reopen Veterans’ Posts

Groups say COVID-related closures are preventing posts from providing critical services to veterans such as processing claims for healthcare and disability benefits.

National News

Important info from National VFW

VFW Celebrates as Landmark PACT Act is Signed into Law

WASHINGTON - After years of persistent advocacy, National Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Tim Borland, families of...

VFW Remembers Thomas J. Tradewell

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It is with great sorrow that the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) announces the passing of past VFW Commander-in-...

Announcements

On Memorial Day, Monday 10am a group of 500 Chapter motorcycle rider organizations led by Black Sheep Riders of Riverside came to Riverside National Cemetery to present an incredible large donation to go towards construction for the resting place of "The Gift" which is the statue of the American  Indian Veteran Memorial.
 
We continue to seek donations to complete the construction and continue to raise funds for future maintenance. 

We welcome your donations at the Riverside National Cemetery Support Committee Vice Chair, Michael Cano, or you can login to www.vfw1956.org or contact Menifee VFW Post 1956, Post Commander, Michael Cano.