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Veterans Advantage Gives Back

Veterans Advantage Community Service

Throughout our history and continuing involvement in Veterans initiatives, Veterans Advantage believes we can never do enough for our nation's Military and Veterans and their families. This is why we created Veterans Advantage, and why we devote significant resources towards Charitable Activities and partnerships so we are constantly giving back to the community we serve.

In addition to delivering Veterans Advantage benefits to our members, our mission includes sponsor initiatives for delivering complimentary memberships to groups in the military and veteran community.

Your use and participation in the benefits program provides valuable support for delivering new benefits and programs for those who serve, as highlighted at the links on the left. We also provide updates on our charitable activities in our blog as well.

We welcome all Veterans Advantage members and the general public to join us in our charitable activities, including gift sponsorships. If you would like to purchase a complimentary Veterans Advantage VetRewards Card for someone who served or is still serving, click to sponsor a membership today.

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Founder's Blog: Scott Higgins

 
RIP Mr. Spock, Leonard Nimoy – Army Veteran

With great sadness, especially for my fellow Vietnam-era Vets, we report the passing of a great star of TV and the Silver Screen. Leonard Nimoy, known by millions as the Vulcan genius Mr. Spock from Star Trek, died at the age of 83. He was beloved by millions, and an Army Veteran. MORE...