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DAV Year End Message

Dear DAV supporter,

Combat grips Afghanistan! The number of disabled veterans grows daily. Their needs are immense.

Sharing Hope for
the New Year!

Karen Wilkins continues the fight for others since her husband's death.


Major Kevin Wilkins went to Iraq to save lives, but as a result of burn pit exposure in the war zone, Kevin died of a brain tumor at the age of 51.

Share Karen's tenacious hope to set things right as you make a year-end gift of $25, $50, even $100 now!

Support DAV today!

Yet, as the year comes to a close, I can thank you for the triumphs you make possible as you support our Disabled American Veterans.

—  You joined our heroes in victory as the DAV won crucial improvements in health care for those who sacrificed their blood and health for your freedom.

—  Through the DAV, friend, you stood firm to win justice for the families of the most severely wounded.

But as we take pride in a year of hard work, you and I must continue the fight for disabled vets through the DAV.

—  Every day, war in Afghanistan is sending heroes home with devastating injuries.

—  600,000 veterans of today's wars have sought VA medical care, joining prior generations of disabled veterans. Half face mental health issues as a result of war. 

—  Meanwhile, the government still needs to address the hideous, sometimes fatal issues of burn pits.

—  As suicides soar, war continues to claim lives at home.

You and I face so much work in 2011! The need is urgent! Now is the moment to make a tax-deductible gift of $25 … $50 … $100 … or more for our disabled veterans!

Facing the Pressing Need!
DAV-AWilson (SIGNATURE)
Arthur H. Wilson, National Adjutant

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