Victories For Veterans
Real Veterans, Real Victories
"My victory was overcoming the scars of battle."
- Bobby Barerra
"My victory was learning to feel human again."
- Jason Barbiere
"My victory was learning to enjoy life again."
- Carmen McGinnis
"My victory was admitting I had a TBI and getting help."
- Wade Spann
"My victory was going from homeless to home."
- Mike Biggs
"My victory was having a full life."
- Armando Albarran
"My victory was getting my new battle buddy."
- Christy Gardner
"My victory was getting help to put our life back together."
- Julius Marley
"My victory is proving that a disability is not a limitation."
- Jim Sursely
"My victory was finding the strength to be a champion."
- Bobby Body
"My victory was finding a job I can be proud of."
- Sam Johnson
"My victory was finishing my education."
- CeCe Mazyck
"My victory is being here for my family."
- Brandon Marchioni
Support More Victories for Veterans
From educating yourself on current issues, to becoming an active voice for America’s veterans, there’s a way for you to help. Here’s how:
There’s a wide range of options for contributing your time in support of our nation’s heroes. You can help once or make it part of your charitable routine. Onsite at a VA or something you do on your own: it’s your choice. Here are some ways to make a difference:
DAV, a leading nonprofit, helps one million veterans each year at no charge. To be part of that success, donate to help support victories for veterans. You can make a one-time donation or set up a longer-term charitable plan: