Upcoming Events

Keep up to date with Chapter and Department Meetings and Events as well as other events and activities of interest to Veterans.

Recent Activity

Military Order of the Purple Heart - Department of Arizona
Military Order of the Purple Heart - Department of Arizona4 hours ago
Today is National Women Veterans Day. Thank you to all who have served. And a special thanks to the women from the Department of Arizona who have been awarded the Purple Heart.
Military Order of the Purple Heart - Department of Arizona
Military Order of the Purple Heart - Department of Arizona2 days ago
Chapter 2560 took part in Congressman Andy Bigg’s 4th Annual Drop Zone on June 1st at the American Leadership Academy in Mesa. A variety of services were available to veterans. Chapter 2560 had a table setup at the Drop Zone. Chapter Commander Mike Overmeyer talks to Congressman Biggs at the MOPH table.
Military Order of the Purple Heart - Department of Arizona
Military Order of the Purple Heart - Department of Arizona4 days ago
June is PTSD Awareness Month. To our veterans: Your courage extends beyond the battlefield. Seeking help and talking about your struggles takes immense strength. Know that you are not alone—there’s a community that stands with you, ready to offer support and understanding.
If you or someone you know is struggling, reach out—help is available!
Military Order of the Purple Heart - Department of Arizona
Military Order of the Purple Heart - Department of Arizona6 days ago
The Veterans Spinal Trauma Access to New Devices (STAND) Act (H.R. 6373/S. 4009), seeks to enhance health care for veterans with spinal cord injuries by mandating that VA offer them annual yearly preventative health evaluations for the purpose of improving consideration of and accessibility to assistive technologies that could help maximize their independence and mobility when medically appropriate. There are close to 42,000 veterans with spinal cord injuries (SCI). New assistive technologies like the exoskeleton can empower certain individuals with spinal cord injury to stand, walk, turn, and navigate stairs, which can enhance their health, socialization, independence, and participation in community activities.
Please contact your representatives and urge them to co-sponsor and support H.R. 6373/S. 4009, the Veterans Spinal Trauma Access to New Devices (STAND) Act.