Paralyzed Veterans of America

Since 1946, Paralyzed Veterans of America (P.V.A.) has been a leading advocate for quality health care, spinal cord research and education, veterans’ benefits, and civil rights for veterans and all people with disabilities.

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American Military Veteran Sitting in Wheelchair, Wearing Camouflage and Holding United States Flag

HONORING HEROES

In 2013, disabled veterans from P.V.A. were invited to White Gates for an afternoon shoot and luncheon. We were honored to host veteran soldiers from the Vietnam War and more recent wars throughout the Middle East. Not only did these veterans showcase their astounding shooting skills, but they also proved they could not be limited by age, mobility, or injury. Veterans were invited back to the Club in 2017.

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P.V.A. Slideshow