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  • Forward email addresses of chapter representatives to NC State secretary, Earl Reese.  Reports, Newsletters, Minutes, Messages will be sent to chapters via e-mail.

To maintain veterans tax status, each chapter in North Carolina must:
  • Have a current Contact listed with the state. To do so:
    • Click here: Secretary of State page
    • Click on either PDF or W document next to BE-0
    • Either form can be filled out on-line, printed, and with fee mailed.
  • File a 990 annually with the IRS (yes, each chapter must now file, irregardless of income).  To do so:
  • Avoid restricted activities. 
  • If alcohol is to be sold at events, special clearance must be obtained from National VVA.

  • Semi-annual HHG reports are due to Treasurer at end of the months of March and August.

  • Annual reports are due to state treasurer by 30 April and national office by 1 July of each year.

  • Chapter Membership Chairs are reminded to securely maintain DD214 for all members.

  • Any VVA members volunteering at VAs, remember to sign in at Volunteer Services as VVA member so your chapter can receive credit


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16 oct 10 @ 8:51 am est

VA to add Clinic in Brunswick Co., NC & Increase Wilmington Size

For immediate release: 

            DURHAM, NC -   Department of Veterans Affairs announced today that a VA Outreach Clinic along with a pilot transportation initiative has been approved to serve Veterans in Brunswick County.   According to VA officials, an Outreach Clinic will provide local veterans with primary care up to three days a week.  The clinic will be associated with, and operated out of, an existing medical provider in the local area.  VA expects to begin contracting efforts within 30 days with the goal of being able to see patients within four months.

            “Enhancing access to care is one of our key goals,” said Mr. Daniel F. Hoffmann, Director of VA’s Mid-Atlantic Health Care Network.  “This Outreach Clinic will reduce both the distance and time required for Veterans to receive primary care.”

            According to Hoffmann, there are more than 3,800 Veterans living in Brunswick County enrolled with VA for medical care.  While the majority of patients require only primary care, Veterans living in Brunswick will continue to have the option to travel to VA’s Wilmington, N.C., Community Based Outpatient Clinic or to the Fayetteville VA Medical Center where they can receive a wider range of specialty care.

             Along with the new outreach clinic comes a pilot transportation program designed to shuttle Veterans to the Wilmington Clinic as well as to the Fayetteville VA medical center.  Timing and routes are still being worked and will be announced as soon as contracts are in place.  

            The Brunswick County VA Outreach Clinic will not impact the progress on the new Wilmington VA clinic which will be eight times larger than the current clinic and is being built on a site at the Wilmington Airport and expected to open in 2012.  The new Wilmington clinic will provide enhanced access to many services including primary care, specialty care, ancillary diagnostics, cardiology, laboratory, mental health, social work, and optometry.

2 jul 10 @ 9:45 pm est

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2 jul 10 @ 9:37 pm est

2010.10.01 | 2010.07.01

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As a service to our membership, the following links to resources on the National VVA site ( have been listed below:

Department Form or Link Website URL
Administration Disciplinary Code.
Administration Current constitution.
Committees Standing committee links.  Committee pages include events, reports, agenda as well as links to committee membership and to related external sites.  
Contacts National and regional officers with email links.  
Forms Form to order copy of service records (SF180).  
Forms-administrative Election report
Forms-financial Annual report form  
Forms-financial Expense report
Forms-financial Household Goods Report
Forms-Logo Downloadable logos  
Forms-membership AVVA membership application  
Forms-membership VVA membership application
Forms-membership Report a member’s death  
Forms-membership Member change of information  
Forms-membership Transfer membership from one VVA chapter to another VVA chapter  
Guide  Directions on when and where to send which forms, phone numbers of departments, and other processes for members.  
Magazine The Veteran Magazine online  
Scholarship National scholarship application  
Services Ritual Book for chaplains and other responsible for funerals, dedications, prayers.  
Service Representatives Grant report for veterans service representatives  
Service Representatives VVA approved Veteran Service Representative listed by state   
Store Authorized vendor of VVA logo apparel and other items for sale  

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