Through VFP chapter actions, individual member efforts, and national campaigns, Veterans For Peace sharpens awareness about the true costs of war and serves as an advocate for peace as a national policy.
Many VFP members work together with members of their communities, shifting public opinion through grassroots organizing and education. Some VFP members form local chapters and meet regularly, attend events and direct actions, and organize visits to their legislators to push important VFP campaigns and issues.
Chapter leaders are the liaison between national VFP and local chapters. They host meetings, attend national organizing calls, report chapter actions, and help us maintain communication with members. National office provides printed materials, technical support, and training resources to our chapter leaders. All new chapters receive a new chapter charter with a VFP flag, once approved by the board of directors.
If you have any questions about VFP chapters, email the membership coordinator at email@example.com
Report Chapter Action
Through VFP chapter actions, individual member efforts, and national campaigns, Veterans For Peace sharpens awareness about the true costs of war and serves as an advocate for peace as a national policy. Please report a chapter action using this form, (or you can click the square in the sidebar), so we can amplify your impact and include your chapter in our Member Highlights blog.
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Start a VFP Chapter!
If you do not have a Veterans For Peace Chapter within 25 miles of your location, you should form a new chapter. Starting a new VFP chapter is an easy 4-step process. If you have any questions, please contact the national office at 314-725-6005.
Here’s What You Do:
- Read and adhere to the VFP National Bylaws, Statement of Purpose and Code of Conduct. Request a temporary chapter number from the Chapter Coordinator at the National Office.
- Sign up 10 military veterans. Special regional circumstances, may allow a local chapter a requirement of 5 veterans, if approved by the Board of Directors. Contact the Chapter Coordinator to determine requirements.
- Send a completed Chapter Status Petition to the VFP National Office with the 10 (or 5) veterans listed by name and including their branch of service and years served. The petition must be signed by a member who will serve as the initial chapter contact.
- Send the petition to the National Office along with a copy of qualifying military documentation for each veteran; if on active duty, include a military ID card reproduction. All documents should be mailed to the attention of the VFP Chapter Coordinator.