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In Service to California's Veterans
and Their Families

You can show your support by making a contribution to the fund. You can donate securely using the PayPal button below.
All donations are tax-deductible.
If you wish to dedicate your donation, please contact us.

Photo Gallery

Assembly members, Al Muratsuchi, Jim Fraizer, Betsy Butler and Ken Cooley pointing to the addition of the name of MOH recipient, Private First Class, USMC, Ralph Henry Johnson, who was KIA on March, 5 1968. Who was inadvertently left off of the wall when it was established. Ralph enlisted in Oakland, CA where he was working with the Peace Corp.

California Veterans
Benefit Fund

10311 Woodside Drive
Forestville, CA 95436
Phone: (866) 934-CVBF
Fax: (707) 887-1309 (Call First)

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California Wild Fire Victims

WE ARE TAKING DONATIONS FOR VETERANS THAT HAVE LOST THEIR HOMES OR BEEN DISPLACED BY THESE HORRIBLE FIRES WITHIN CALIFORNIA... WE ARE DEVASTATED UP HERE AND CAN REALLY USE YOUR HELP. 

PLEASE CONTACT US (866) 934-CVBF or CLICK THE DONATE BUTTON BELOW.

"Remembering California's Hereos"

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Names Added During Unveiling

David Joseph Betti, James Brady, James Allen Gray, Gregory Keith Hodson, Ernest Allen Meekins, George Richard Neal, Thomas Christopher O'Hare, Jerry Ray Oliver, Thomas William Reilly, Harold Stuart Roach Jr., Victor Mario Salas, Richard Paul Susoeff, Ronald Van Westburg, Dennis Wilburn Williams.

Pictures from Unveiling Event

New names on wall.

Some of the pictures of new additions.

Kate O'Hare-Palmer pointing to a picture of her brother Thomas, whose name was added.

Picture of ten of the wreaths presented during ceremony.

Picture of Color Guard, SCOTTISH -AMERICAN MILITARY SOCIETY.

 

Welcome to the CAVBF

Welcome to the web site of the California Veterans Benefit Fund, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising funds to benefit California veterans and their families. We are aware of the dubious reputation of some groups raising funds for veterans. We are not one of those. The Fund was established in March of 2006 as a nonprofit organization that has earned tax exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service (See IRS determination form for tax identification number 20-4536035) and primarily supports the work of the Vietnam Veterans of America, California State Council, but also and other nonprofits and agencies providing services to veterans. Policies for the Fund’s ongoing programs are set by a board of directors. There are many ways to make a charitable donation to Fund

Critical Need

Currently, one of the Fund’s highest priorities is a multi-year effort to raise funds for the critical needs of staff of the Veterans Service Officer Program, which helps veterans through the complex paperwork of applying for their benefits.

We are also looking for funds for our Grants Program, no donations, no grants.

Funded Projects

Here are some of the projects the Fund has supported: