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Volunteer Opportunities


Allina Health Hospice Program

Are you a Veteran hoping to find a volunteer opportunity with integrity?


Consider becoming a hospice volunteer with Allina Health. You can be that listening ear and companion for a veteran assigned to you in your community. We support Veterans throughout the entire metro where they call home; covering 33 counties in MN and into western WI.  Allina Health's hospice program is a "We Honor Vet's" Level 4 Hospice and we are building upon this commitment we have made to honor and support our Veterans at end of life.  For more information go to our web site and follow the link to apply onlinePlease complete the application or you may request an application kit or call with any questions at 612-262-7108.



MN Veterans Home Minneapolis

Come volunteer at the Minnesota Veterans Home- Minneapolis!

Our home was established near Minnehaha Falls not long after the Civil War as place for veterans to live after serving their country.  We are now a 341 bed skilled nursing care facility and our Residents are Minnesota Veterans and their spouses.  We have many ways you can contribute to the lives of our Veterans through volunteering here;  Adult Day Center Volunteer, Chapel Escort, Pet Visitor Volunteer, One on One Visitor,  Rehabilitation Therapy Escort,  Recreation Activities Volunteer or volunteer as a one-time or regular group of friends, co- workers, family, faith group, or student/ alumni group.

To learn more about the volunteer roles go to;

To learn more about the Minnesota Veterans Homes go to;


At Your Service


Free Urns for Veterans

Made for Veterans by Veterans

Facing difficult funeral plans for your special Veteran?  During this time of need, families may contact us.  Please visit our website for information on eligibility requirements or how to donate to our program:

or Contact Dan Scott at 651-274-9844 or

The creation and donation of the Urns are made possible through generous donations to this nonprofit group.  Contact us if you’d like to help our mission.

Bugler Available to Volunteer Taps at Events

Mr. Pederson will play Taps as a Volunteer for your event Folks: I’m a musician who has been on sabbatical for many years and now a CEO of a software company.  Last year, I heard taps played on a recording machine.  Since that time, I’ve played at a number of events including two at Arlington National Cemetery. My frustration is that I can’t seem to get the word out I’m a volunteer (when in town) in MN.  I’ve talked to Ft. Snelling, a number of nursing homes, a number of VFWs, etc., but have NEVER had a request (except through BAA Buglers Across America). I’m here and willing.

Regards, Steve Pederson (m) 612-840-6888

December 2017

·       Veterans of Foreign Wars National Organization Takes a Stand on Agent Orange Read the article HERE

November 2017


·       Minnesota Veterans 4 Veterans Trust Fund ( V4V ) approved  a $20,000.00 to EveryThirdSaturday Homeless Veterans Organization.  At the September 2017 Minnesota Veterans 4 Veterans Trust fund monthly meeting, the following grant was approved by the eight-member board of directors: EveryThirdSaturday Organization located at 4303 East 54th Street, Minneapolis MN 55417. A 501c(3) charity  was awarded $20,000.00  to be dedicated to working with homeless veterans and their families by helping and pursue a better future for them. They distribute necessary items e.g. clothing hygiene kits, sleeping bags, boots etc. to hundreds of homeless veterans. The objectives of this organization is to address the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of homeless veterans and their families. The grant is needed to establish programs that are not currently available which will encourage connection with others and discourage isolation and withdrawal and also allow the organization to commit funds to outreach efforts including the rebranding of a van donated by the DAV and participate in community events which let veterans get to know what they can do for them.   For further information on this organization contact Tom McKenna at 612-226-9981 The Minnesota Veterans 4 Veterans (V4V) Trust Fund is a 501c(19) non-profit organization established as the result of the 2006 sale of Lake Minnetonka Big Island Disabled Veterans Camp. The non-profit organization has eight board members, two veterans each who are appointed by the DAV, VFW, MOPH, and American Legion. The board oversees the funds from the sale of the island to the City of Orono and has a grant application process on their website. Grants are made to organizations serving MN veterans in a way that conforms to the criteria the V4V has documented online at their website.....Website: ####


August 2017

May 2017

April 2017

·     TPT Features ‘The Telling Project’ with PBS An Original Play Featuring Minnesota Veterans of the Vietnam War- May 12th 3-4:30 pm  Join TPT for an unforgettable afternoon of history, theater and community building. In a production created exclusively for MN Original and Twin Cities PBS, The Telling Project brings together seven Minnesotans to share their experiences of going to and coming home from The Vietnam War. Veterans and their family members will take the stage to perform intimate firsthand testimonials giving critical insight that helps to bridge the divide between vets and civilians. The cast includes a Marine specializing in public affairs, an Army nurse, a Captain of the Royal Lao Army and his son, a filmmaker, working to tell his father’s story, a Navy cook, an Army helicopter pilot and a Hmong nurse who worked for the American CIA.  This performance will be filmed for an upcoming MN Original documentary that will take you inside the process of creating this one of a kind theater experience, watching first hand as these veterans become stage performers. The documentary will air this fall in conjunction with Ken Burns’ historic 18-hour series The Vietnam War, which will air nationally on PBS. More info: Free but RSVP is required. Performance will include strong language and mature themes. Audience members may be captured in recorded footage.  Doors open at 2:15.  Performance at 3:00 (approximate run time is one hour). Post-show refreshments, meet the cast.  The performance and documentary are part of Minnesota Remembers Vietnam, a statewide, multimedia initiative aimed at inspiring Minnesotans to share stories, recognize bravery, express their reasons for dissent, and foster understanding around the lasting impact of war.”


March 2017

·        MN Veterans 4 Veterans Trust Fund Approved $10,000 to Fishing with Vets Organization Grant was approved at V4V March 2017 Meeting Click Here to Read Full Press Release