Opportunities to Serve Our Heroes

I hope that each of you had a Merry Christmas this year and were able to spend time with family and friends.  All of us at our Veterans Foundation wish everyone a Happy New Year.   One of the things we have not written about in quite a while is what the local American...

Training Week at DKGVF

One of the reasons our volunteers can help veterans to receive more benefits than many other places is the continual training programs we provide on a weekly or bi-weekly schedule at our facility in Norman. All our volunteers know the importance of keeping up with the...

Honoring All Veterans

Over the weekend one of our local veterans, Lawrence Mckiddy, contacted me about the dedication of a bridge on Thursday, November 11 at 1 pm a few miles north of Lexington on highway 77. This dedication is in honor of his Marine stepbrother, PFC Tommy W Haley who lost...

Mental Health in the Veteran Community

One of the most important things that we do to support veterans and their families is give them hope that their lives will improve. Many of those who visit us have suffered from PTSD and physical disabilities caused by the injuries that occurred to them while serving...

Being a Part of Something Amazing

Today we are doing something a little different with our newsletter, instead of a message from Dale, we will have a message from one of our most trusted volunteers, Alice. At the Dale K. Graham Veterans Foundation, volunteers are the most vital part of our operation....