The VFW offers a wide range of assistance programs for veterans of every generation. Our areas of focus include:
If you need assistance applying for services, see our resources below.
Each year, members of VFW Post 379 provide services for more than 100 funerals for service members and veterans. Without the support of the VFW and its member volunteers these services would not be possible. If you would like to support the efforts of the VFW funeral team please make a donation to the post so we can continue this good work.
Click here to learn about our Funeral Team fundraiser.
Volunteer for the Funeral Team
We are always looking for volunteers to join the funeral team. For information on how to become a volunteer, email us.
Request Funeral Services
For information about funeral services or to find out if you or your family member qualifies click here.
One of the main purposes of the VFW is to testify before Congress, meet with elected officials and rally our national network of members and supporters to ensure our lawmakers put veterans first. Our main areas of focus include:
- Disability Assistance and memorial affairs
- Education, employment and transition assistance
- Military quality of life
- National security, foreign affairs and POW/MIA
We welcome our local members to participate in advocacy at the state and federal levels. If you would like information about how you can help, email us.
Yakima Post 379 proudly hosts veteran benefit fairs throughout the year. Please see the Event Calendar for our upcoming benefit fairs.
To apply for services, visit the Yakima Valley Vet Center:
Apply for health, disability, employment, and other benefits.
2119 West Lincoln Avenue
Yakima, WA 98902
If you or someone you love has a problem with drugs or alcohol, help is available at help.org.
In crisis? Click here to talk to the veteran’s crisis line now.