As World War II was raging, Lieutenant Barton Weisman enrolled in the ROTC program at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and earned his commission in February 1946.
Great meeting with Florida Veterans Foundation, Inc. where Florida Commerce Secretary Jamal Sowell learned more about an important project underway to honor World War II veterans.
Florida State Trooper Curtis Vaughn was recently nominated by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to receive the distinguished Veterans Advocate Award, given in partnership with the Florida Veterans Foundation’s (FVF) and Florida Department of Veterans Affairs.
A new initiative from the State of Florida is underway to provide homebound World War II and Korean War Veterans with access to a COVID-19 vaccination at no cost.
Major John Haynes of the United States Marine Corps. He served his country in World War II, the Korean War and Vietnam. Today he continues to serve and support veterans as our Chair Emeritus. Happy Birthday Major Haynes. Oorah!
Veterans looking for career pathways will want to check out GetThere, the Florida Department of Education new career & technical education initiative. Programs specifically geared toward veterans are available and can help you earn valuable credentials to fast track your career.
The FVF is proud to honor the military veterans serving in the 2021 Florida Legislature by kicking off the “Meet the Military Veteran Legislators 2021 – 2022 Florida Legislature Series.” We welcome the twenty-one members.
Sit back and relax as you enjoy magical musical arrangements by world renown entertainer Marvin Goldstein and learn about three American Heroes that changed the lives of many Veterans.
The Florida Veterans Foundation and Duke Energy have partnered to support Sunshine State Veterans this holiday season. Hundreds of holiday cards were personally created by Duke Energy employees to give thanks and encouragement to our Veterans during this holiday season.
Time to dust off the clubs and breathe fresh air to honor and support Veterans charities at the Leatherneck Scramble Golf Tournament to be held at SouthWood Golf Club on Monday, November 16, 2020.