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AUGUST 10TH 2013 The Men’s Auxiliary will be hosting their third annual poker run benefiting:

The Men’s Auxiliary Post 3783 Relief Fund, Community Service Projects- NJROTC, and The Veterans Village of San Diego.


Membership in the men's auxiliary is open to men and boys 16 and older who are the husbands, widowers, fathers, grandfathers, sons, grandsons, brothers and half-brothers of eligible VFW members.

To contact someone to inquire about membership please visit the Mens Auxiliary Officers Page

Our History, the Details

In 2001 the 102nd National Convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of United States approved a by-law change that authorizes the formation of Men's Auxiliary Units in accordance with prescribed procedure. For information please contact the Adjutant of the respective Department having jurisdiction.

Ramona Post 3783 Men’s Auxiliary was chartered during Jennifer Finley’s command, January 16th 2009 with a total of 26 members.  The MAUX held their first meeting on April 26th 2009, where by officers were elected, a mission statement developed with a focus on community service. 

The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, with its Auxiliaries, includes 2.2 million members in approximately 8,100 Posts worldwide. Its mission is to "honor the dead by helping the living" through veterans' service, community service, national security and a strong national defense. The VFW traces its roots back to 1899 when veterans of the Spanish-American War (1898) and the Philippine Insurrection (1899-1902) founded local organizations to secure rights and benefits for their service: Many arrived home wounded or sick. There was no medical care or veterans' pension for them, and they were left to care for themselves. In their misery, some of these veterans banded together and formed organizations with what would become known as the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. After chapters were formed in Ohio, Colorado and Pennsylvania, the movement quickly gained momentum. By 1915, membership grew to 5,000; by 1936, membership was almost 200,000. Since then, the VFW's voice had been instrumental in establishing the Veterans Administration, creating a GI bill for the 20th century, the development of the national cemetery system and the fight for compensation for Vietnam vets exposed to Agent Orange and for veterans diagnosed with Gulf War Syndrome. In 2008, VFW won a long-fought victory with the passing of a GI Bill for the 21st Century, giving expanded educational benefits to America's active-duty service members, and members of the Guard and Reserves, fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. The VFW also has fought for improving VA medical centers services for women veterans. Besides helping fund the creation of the Vietnam, Korean War, World War II and Women in Military Service memorials, the VFW in 2005 became the first veterans' organization to contribute to building the new Disabled Veterans for Life Memorial, which is being constructed in Washington, D.C., and is expected to open in 2010. In 2001, VFW unveiled its tribute to service and country with its dedication of Centennial Plaza. Annually, VFW members and its Auxiliary contribute more than 13 million hours of volunteerism in the community, including participation in Make A Difference Day and National Volunteer Week. From providing $2.5 million in college scholarships to high school students every year to encouraging elevation of the Veterans Administration to the president's cabinet, the VFW is there--honoring the dead by helping the living.



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