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Mission Statement

The purpose of the "Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary" shall be to uphold and maintain the Constitution and laws of the United States; to realize the true American ideals and aims for which those eligible for Disabled American Veterans membership fought; to advance the interests and work for the betterment of all wounded, injured, and disabled veterans, to cooperate with all patriotic organizations and public agencies devoted to the cause of improving and advancing the condition, health and interest of wounded, injured or disabled veterans and their families; to stimulate a feeling of mutual devotion, helpfulness and comradeship among all members and to encourage in all people that spirit of understanding which will guard against future wars.

To this end, members of the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary Jacksonville #1 serve our disabled veterans by providing: comfort items, clothing, food, lap robes, socks, etc. and entertainment to those in hospitals and nursing homes and those at home of whom we know are in need.


DAVA Unit #1 is located in Jsacksonville, Florida close to the Beaches. We are a small organization linked with State and National DAV & DAVA organization. We provide volunteers to area hospitals and nursing homes to assist veterans. We organize and do fund drives such as the forget me not drive to collect donations to help with funding to provide services to veterans.

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