Why- Everything we do we believe in honoring our Veterans. We believe in sharing their stories of sacrifice in protecting our freedoms.
How- The way we do this is by assisting the various needs of our veterans, sharing their heritage and stories with the community.
What- We are a distinguished well respected organization within our community that offers many services one of which is operating a canteen for fundraising to support our cause.
It’s with a sad and very heavy heart to advise we lost a very profound & long time member of Post 1760, and dear friend. Around 10pm on… READ»
We can always use help with our annual events with Memorial Day weekend and the Veterans Day parade, as well other activities. Contact us to find out how.
Monitary donations are always greatly appreciated. Those donations are put towards our activities, building maintenance, youth programs, and of course our veterans in need! Help make a difference and donate!
Everyone can give support to our veteran organization by attending and/or participating in our activities and events throughout the year. Refer to our events calendar to see our upcoming events.
Chartered in 1929, our establishment is one of the five oldest VFW posts in the state of Arizona. Our post’s namesake Corpl. Joseph ‘Dode’ Morris who served in the U.S. Army is the second citizen in the city of Mesa’s history to be killed in action. Our post proudly continues to serve both our veterans and community. Learn more about the history of the VFW in Mesa by visting our History pages.
Need a copy of your DD214, or your relative's DD214? Request an official copy from the National Archives website.
Been asked for a Veteran ID and can't locate your VFW card? An alternative is have the "VETERAN" designation added to your Arizona Drivers license. Go to ADOT's website for more information.