Post 4266 Meeting
21, 2018 at 19:00 Hours (7:00pm)
- We meet in the Community room of the Stroh Ranch South Metro
Firehouse Station 46 on Stroh Rd between N Motsenbocker Rd & Parker
RD (CO 83) the third Monday of the month.
Station 46 - 19310 Stroh Road in Parker,
Post 4266 Has Started a GoFundMe
VFW POST 4266, located in Parker, Colorado, is asking for your
help. We are currently trying to raise money for our own facility.
We currently meet at the Fire Station in the Pinery. By having our
own building, we can better provide resources to our Veterans.
Resources like suicide prevention, homeless care, job placement,
women's medical care, and rehabilitation programs.
VFW Post 4266 (Parker, Colorado) is a leader among all
Veterans and is dedicated to assisting all Veterans, their spouses,
widows, and children. With your help, VFW POST 4266 can build a
foundation to provide support and services to all Veterans for many
years to come.
We have started a GoFundMe page (Link below) to raise
money for our endeavor to establish a permanent post facility in
Parker. Our goal is to secure enough money to either purchase a
building, remodel a donated building, or build a brand-new facility.
2017 Year in Review
Here's a look at all of
the ways the VFW has been working to improve the lives of
veterans, service members and their families over the past year.
National Legislative Service
location of our Washington, D.C. office allows us to monitor all legislation
affecting veterans, alert VFW membership to key legislation under consideration
and to actively lobby Congress and the administration on veterans' issues.
Everything we do on Capitol Hill is with the VFW’s priority goals and veterans'
well-being in mind. With the strength of the nearly 1.9 million members of the
VFW and its Auxiliaries, our voice on “the Hill” cannot be ignored!
VFW Benefits Briefing
from State Commander Ron Davies
PowerPoint Presentation (pdf version)
VFW Member Benefit Programs
Member Benefit Programs (pdf)
Veterans Benefits Websites
Websites page are links to websites that provide information on
Veterans benefits and how to file or ask for them.
Accordingly, there are many sites that explain how to obtain books,
military / medical records, information and how to appeal a denied
claim with the VA. Please pass this information on to every
Veteran you know. Nearly 100% of this information is free and
available for all veterans, the only catch is: you have to ask for
it, because they won't tell you about a specific benefit unless you
ask for it. You need to know what questions to ask so the right
doors open for you and then be ready to have an advocate who is willing
to work with and for you, stay in the process, and press for your
rights and your best interests.
Veteran Service Officers
Douglas County Veteran Service Officer
El Paso County
Veteran Service Officer
Donate to Post 4266
501(C)(19) Veterans Organization,
Employer Identification Number
84-0999471 - VFW Dept. Colorado
the VFW does?
Summary of VA Benefits
A Summary of VA Benefits
for National Guard and Reserve Personnel
Online copies of the
VA Form 10-10EZ - Application for
Medical Benefits (Enroll). The primary purpose of this form
is to request enrollment in the VA Health Care System (Apply
for Medical Benefits). Typically, veterans who have NOT
previously enrolled or applied for VA health care benefits
should use this form.