"Believe you can and
you’re halfway there."
- Theodore Roosevelt
The Tucson Chapter 106 has special funds available for Veterans and their families who need immediate assistance due to COVID-19.
Please submit requests via beconnectedaz.org firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling President Morgan at 520-838-0528.
Grants will be issued directly to utilities or other payees on behalf of the Veteran in need.
"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where hNEW DATE
e stands at times of challenge and controversy."
- Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
October 23, 2021
It has been more than fifty years past the experience shared in the service of our country in Vietnam. In recognition for the sacrifice and service made by those who served: we now have a place in Southern Arizona where we call a special home. Vietnam Veterans of America Tucson Chapter 106 welcomes you
into a special brotherhood. We offer many things to our members. An out-reach element, homeless and family services and a sense of belonging that was denied to us
for so many years, in so many ways.
Contact us for information on Agent Orange and general health and benefits information!
We are here to help!
5 for $100
(100% of the money stays with the VVA 106)
Win one of THREE great prizes!
GRAND PRIZE - New 2020 Ford F-150 Platinum
2nd PRIZE - 2 round-trip, first-class airline tickets to anywhere in the world!
3rd PRIZE - $5,000 CASH
Support the VVA 106 by purchasing tickets online.
Once the purchase is complete, complete the information form below and you will receive your purchased ticket stubs in the mail.
Jim Click Millions for Tucson Raffle - Tickets Available Online HERE
National Vietnam Remembrance Day - NEW DATE March 27, 2021
Nam to Sand Jam Car Show - NEW DATE March 27, 2021
Nam to Sand Jam - NEW DATE October 23, 2021
Files coming soon.
The Mission of our Vietnam Veterans in Tucson Chapter 106 is to help foster, encourage, & strive for the improvement of the Vietnam-era veterans affairs.
To bond in brotherhood & promote cultural improvement, emotional & spiritual growth, development, self-respect, & self-confidence.
As well as to learn on an on-going basis what the Vietnam experience meant to us & the United States of America.
To eliminate discrimination suffered by the Vietnam-era veteran & develop means of communication
which will assist veterans enrich their lives & enhance life fulfillment.
To assist our disabled and needy military brothers including, but not limited to Vietnam-era veterans,
their dependents, widows and orphans of our deceased brothers with resources in Tucson!
1800 hrs, 4th Thursday of every month at
Building 1 of the Arizona State Veteran Home
on the VA Hospital Campus
JOIN US: HELP US HELP VETERANS!
Becoming part of our organization may be
one of the most meaningful actions of your post-war experience.
We want contributions of your thinking,
your dreams, and your experience.
Don't just think about it
VVA106 • PO Box 40903 • Tucson AZ 85717-0903
Meeting Place: Arizona State Veteran's Home, Building 1 • 3601 S 6th Avenue • Tucson AZ 85723