What We Support

What VFW Post 10380 Supports

Throughout the Year

ALS Association– Leading the fight to treat and cure ALS through global research and nationwide advocacy while also empowering people with Lou Gehrig’s disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support.
Aubrey Rose Foundation Our mission is to help families caring for children with life threatening illnesses with our focus being on the family unit. We strive to lift families from life’s complexities during this difficult time by providing emotional and financial support.

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital – Cincinnati Children’s will improve child health and transform delivery of care through fully integrated, globally recognized research, education and innovation.

For patients from our community, the nation and the world, the care we provide today and in the future will achieve the best:

  • Medical and quality-of-life outcomes

  • Patient and family experience

  • Value

David Kreuter Memorial Scholarship Fund  –  Kreuter Memorial Fund which was founded in memory of Sgt. David Kreuter, who died in Iraq in 2005 awards a scholarship to an eighth-grade student wishing to attend St. Xavier High School and a second scholarship to a college-bound high school senior

Green Township Veterans Park

Honor Flight TristateOur mission is simple – to Fly as many World War ll and Korean Veterans to see their memorials in Washington DC as we can – as fast as we can!

The trip is at no cost to the veterans and we are currently looking for vets in the Tri-State area. We are accepting applications from World War ll and Korean veterans. We have just recently started flying Korean Veterans – and the waiting list is long.

Komen Breast Cancer – The mission of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation is to eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease by advancing research, education, screening, and treatment.

Love Quest Children’s Foundation– Love Quest is dedicated to providing physically and emotionally challenged children and adults the medically acknowledged benefits of equine facilitated therapeutic interventions, equine educational activities, and care of animals.

Ronald McDonald House – Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati provides a supportive home away from home for families and their children who are receiving medical treatment at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center or other area hospitals. Ronald McDonald House Charities also awards grants to local not-for-profit organizations serving children through a portion of donations from McDonald’s customers and Global Ronald McDonald House Charities’ matching funds.

Tin Can Sailors – Tin Can Sailors was founded in 1976. We have since grown to thousands of members. Tin Can Sailors has three basic purposes:

1) To serve Destroyer Veterans through our newspaper, events, ship’s store,

free admissions, etc.

2) To support the Historic Fleet through our Destroyer Museum Grant Program

and with volunteer labor.

3) To support the Active Fleet through free distribution of our newspaper

and contributions to Navy Relief.

USO – Our Mission Statement: The USO lifts the spirits of America’s troops and their families.

We will work by these core values:

  • Mission First

  • Do the Right Thing

  • Respect

  • Excellence

  • Collaboration

  • Accountability

  • Gratitude

  • Innovation

VA Cincinnati Hospital – To fulfill President Lincoln’s promise “To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan” by serving and honoring the men and women who are America’s veterans.

VA Cleveland Blind Rehabilitation Center –  The Blind Rehabilitation Centers (BRC) are residential inpatient programs that provide comprehensive adjustment to blindness training and serve as a resource to a geographic area usually comprised of several states.  BRCs offer a variety of skill courses designed to help blinded Veterans achieve a realistic level of independence. These skill areas include:

  • Orientation and mobility

  • Communication skills

  • Activities of daily living

  • Manual skills

  • Visual skills

  • Computer access training

  • Social/recreational activities

  • The Veteran is also assisted in making emotional and behavioral adjustments to blindness through individual counseling sessions and group therapy meeting

VFW National Children’s Home – The VFW National Home for Children serves as a living memorial to America’s veterans by helping our nation’s veteran and military families during difficult times.

The VFW National Home for Children was founded in 1925 as a place where the families left behind by war — mothers and children, brothers and sisters — could remain together, keeping the family circle intact even when their serviceman didn’t come home.

Today’s families face different challenges — reintegration, post-traumatic stress, high unemployment and rehabilitation from battlefield injuries, among others — and the National Home has evolved over our decades-long history to meet those changing needs.

Whether we help a family find strength and support close to home through our Helpline, or they become part of our campus community, military and veteran families can count on the VFW National Home for Children to help them build better lives together.

VFW Patriots Pen and Voice of Democracy –  Conducted nationwide, this VFW sponsored youth essay competition gives students an opportunity to write essays expressing their views on democracy. We invite you to join the more than 125,000 students who participated last year in this contest. The top 46 national winners all receive at least $500. The first-place award is currently $5,000, plus an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. for the winner and a parent or guardian.

Yellow Ribbon Support Foundation – Yellow Ribbon Support Foundation is a non-profit organization that oversees the Let Us Never Forget Scholarship Fund and the Yellow Ribbon Support Center. It is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes and activities.

Young Marines

  • To promote the mental, moral, and physical development of its members
  • To instill in its members the ideals of honesty, fairness, courage, respect, loyalty, dependability, attention to duty, and fidelity to the United States and its institutions
  • To stimulate an interest in, and respect for academic achievement and the history and traditions of the United States and the U.S. Marine Corps
  • Their three core values are leadership, discipline, and teamwork
  • To promote the physical fitness through the conduct of physical activities, including athletic events and close order drill
  • To advocate a healthy drug free lifestyle by continual drug prevention education programs
  • Can receive a higher initial pay grade upon enlistment in the USMC