2015 Year in Review
2015 was a busy
year for the VFW. Watch to see all of the exciting ways the VFW
has been working for veterans, service members and their families
over the past year!
POW/MIA Remembrance Day
Cabela's, Lone Tree, CO 18 Sept 2015
Post 4266 Meeting
We meet every 3rd Monday of the month
We meet in the lower level of the Pinery Fire
Station at the intersection of Hillcrest Way and North Pinery
The address is 8170 N Hillcrest Way, Parker, CO
presenting the plaque remembering former Commander
Anthony Mora to his stepdaughter, Marcy Fleet
Memorial Day Buddy Poppy
Castle Pines King Soopers Manager Dirk Steinsiek by Floyd
Wants New Colorado Hospital Built
Project focus must be on completion to
better serve Denver veterans
Hurry Up and Wait:
The VFW Reports on the State of VA Health Care
When the VA scandal erupted, the VFW called on veterans to share their health
care experiences through the VFW national helpline. More than 1,600 veterans
shared their thoughts and grievances, allowing the VFW to identify trends and
recommend ways to reform VA health care.
National Legislative Service
location of our Washington, D.C. office allows us to monitor all legislation
affecting veterans, alert VFW membership to key legislation under consideration
and to actively lobby Congress and the administration on veterans' issues.
Everything we do on Capitol Hill is with the VFW’s priority goals and veterans'
well-being in mind. With the strength of the nearly 1.9 million members of the
VFW and its Auxiliaries, our voice on “the Hill” cannot be ignored!
The Colorado Veteran Newspaper
Colorado Veteran Newspaper Online
Read the latest
Colorado Veteran newspaper online
as well as
Register for the Newsletter
Register for Echoes
Echoes informs Retired Soldiers, surviving spouses, and
their Families on changes to their benefits and entitlements,
developments within the Army, and how they can continue to support
VFW Benefits Briefing
from State Commander Ron Davies
PowerPoint Presentation (pdf version)
VFW Member Benefit Programs
Member Benefit Programs (pdf)
Donate to Post 4266
501(C)(19) Veterans Organization,
Employer Identification Number
84-0999471 - VFW Dept. Colorado
the VFW does?
VFW Year in Review
Here's a look at all of
the ways the VFW has been working to improve the lives of
veterans, service members and their families over the past year.
Summary of VA Benefits
A Summary of VA Benefits
for National Guard and Reserve Personnel
Stay in the Know
Stay informed and find out how you can take action to help us
protect veterans’ rights in D.C.
No other veterans’ organization has the clout and presence with our
nation’s leaders. We need you to stand with us.
OnLine copies of the
VFW’s new website is live! See the bold, new look
and great features that have everyone talking.