Memberships

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who are our Members

Our members are systems focused helpers committed to creating change by the collaboration of multi-mission driven organizations. Each of our members come together to work across various sectors for the betterment of our veteran community.

Currently, MCVC has over 300 members, representing over 200 veteran organizations, non-profits, businesses, governmental agencies, and churches that work together as a team to share resources and information. At our core, we identify and overcome barriers in our community and advocate for our veterans’ needs.

We, and each of our members, volunteer our time to humbly serve the veterans of our community. Being a member of the Montgomery County Veterans Coalition means you are no longer alone in your efforts, and you are now part of a team that is ready to assist in accessing all available resources and address any issues affecting our veteran community.


An Event with Veterans

Benefits of Membership

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MCVC board of members

Responsibilities of members

Uniquely, there are no membership fees to join MCVC. The only requirements are:

Ultimately, through these actions the Coalition bands together to improve and strengthen our veteran community.

To apply to become a member, complete the respective application below. Please allow a few days for the approval process on your application to take place.

Individual

Individual Membership:

This application is for an individual who wants to join MCVC as a volunteer or resource but is not representing a specific organization.

Representative

Organizational Membership:

If your organization is interested in serving our veteran community through MCVC’s resource directory, complete the following application. Approval from your organization’s leadership is required

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Memberships

Scroll to the bottom of the page for the Membership Application who are our Members Our members are systems focused helpers committed to creating change by the collaboration of multi-mission driven organizations. Each of our members come together to work across various sectors for the betterment of our veteran community. Currently, MCVC has over 300 members, representing over 200 veteran organizations, non-profits, businesses, governmental agencies, and churches that work together as a team to share resources and information. At our core, we identify and overcome barriers in our community and advocate for our veterans’ needs. We, and each of