June 19, 2021 15:37 EST

Veterans are our only business.

The Delaware Veterans Coalition was founded in 2011 as a registered lobbying organization to address issues affecting all generations of Delaware’s veterans.

We meet every other month on the 4th Monday, beginning in January.

The Coalition was instrumental in establishing the Delaware Veterans Trust Fund in 2013 to assist Delaware’s honorably discharged veterans in financial crisis. Our meetings and membership are open to all honorably-discharged veterans residing in Delaware, including those with General discharges under honorable conditions, regardless of membership.

The Coalition’s goal is to keep our website current as a source of information on benefits, opportunities, and events for our readers. Check back often. Please note you can sign up for a free update on veteran-related legislation by filling out the newsletter registration link on the right.

You can also submit an application for membership with the red link on the left. Please include the branch in which you served. Membership is only $20 per year. Feel free to email our Secretary Don Coffman with questions.

Dave Skocik

President

The Latest Posts

Events: Flag Day 6/14 & Freedom 5K 6/26

Show your support on Flag Day at Millsboro Veteran Cemetery, and for the Freedom 5K by entering to run, walk or be a silent hero.

Brain Injury Educational Webinar Series

This Brain Injury Association of Delaware (BIADE) webinar series provides life skills, resources and useful information on current trends and topics related to brain injury.

Social Security 101 June’s Caregiver Workshop 6/16

This virtual workshop will cover the purpose and eligibility criteria for all the Social Security Administration’s benefits programs.
Delaware National Guard

Youth ChalleNGe Information Sessions

The National Guard's Youth ChalleNGe program is for high school dropouts, those no longer attending, and those failing in high school.

Wilmington VA Medical Center Virtual Town Hall 5/12

You are invited to join Wilmington VA Medical Center for a Virtual Veteran Town Hall | Wednesday, May 12 from 3 – 4 p.m.

Changing Minds: Vietnam Veteran Shares His Experience Using VA Health Care

“I moved to Delaware 20 years ago and didn’t use the VA for my medical care, but used my civilian medical care instead, as I was having trouble getting my medical supplies,” he said. “The Georgetown VA clinic (Sussex County Community Based Outpatient Clinic [CBOC]) was available to me, and I met with Dr. Romina Thomas. And she turned the tide for me in my thinking of the VA and managed to help me get all my supplies with no issues.”

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Donate to DVC

If you agree with our mission of addressing issues that affect all of Delaware's veterans, please consider making a donation to our non-profit organization, Delaware Veterans Coalition. Any amount will be appreciated.