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VVA Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico State Councils regarding Hurricane Harvey, Irma and Maria

VVA Texas State Council has 7 of its 37 chapters located in the area affected by Hurricane Harvey and the aftermath—and they are very grateful for the outpouring of support and concern. VVA Chapter 292 in Beaumont has been designated the staging area for help to our Vietnam veterans and their families who are in need of assistance in the areas ravaged by Hurricane Harvey.
The Texas State Council is asking that any donations for the initial phase of the relief effort be monetary rather than supplies, as they determine the needs of the area, and that checks may be sent to VVA Chapter 292 in care of Kerwin Stone, P.O. Box 1071, Beaumont, Texas 77704. Kerwin, in addition to serving as VVA Chapter 292 president, is the Vice President of the Texas State Council and serves on the VVA National Board of Directors. For more information, contact Kerwin Stone at

VVA Florida State Council President Mike Bousher reports that our VVA chapters in the Keys, Naples, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Jacksonville were the hardest hit. The FSC is mobilizing its truck with relief supplies. Those wishing to assist may send monetary donations to:

VVA Florida State Council
Michael Bousher, President
PO Box 869
Oldsmar, Florida 34677
If you have questions, Mike can be reached at 813-917-2688.

The VVA Puerto Rico Council is handling the disaster relief donations.
The mailing address is:
One Veterans Plaza
PO Box 33177
San Juan, PR 00933

Best Regards
Jorge Pedroza
PRSC President

Hurricane Florence has hit the Carolinas. North Carolina VVA State Council has given the following information:

For those who have contacted VVA, wanting to know how they can help their fellow Vietnam veterans in North Carolina impacted by Hurricane Florence, you may send your donations to the VVA North Carolina State Council in care of Rossie Nance, NC State Council President, at 4104 Cape Landing Road, Castle Hayne, NC 23489.

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