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Who We Are

Veterans Base Camp is a grassroots 501(c) (3) charitable nonprofit organization that is dedicated to providing resources needed by our Veterans, First Responders, Caregivers and those members of our community who are most vulnerable.​  Our team is a collaborative of: Veterans, First Responders, Caregivers, Social Workers, Clinicians, for profit and non-profit alliances, private citizens and government agencies working together to achieve our mission.

Base Camp Annual Events
Natchaug Hospital / Veterans Base Camp
Ride for Recovery

Veterans Base Camp's 5K Walk, Run or Ruck
End  Veteran Suicide

November 12, 2023



 Proceeds benefit Veterans Base Camp's programs. We seek to raise awareness about veteran suicide: how to recognize signs of depression/PTSD, steps to take on how to prevent it.

There will be vendors,  music, and resource booths. The Vet Center Mobile Unit van will also be on site to see. Come join us! 

More information to follow!


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Brunch on Monday's @ Columbia Restaurant
On Monday, May 3'rd'  VBC had the honor of attending a Veteran's Brunch  at the Columbia Restaurant in Columbia (on Route 66) that was hosted by Veteran Gerry Wright to raise awareness about Agent Orange.  Every Monday veterans gather at 11:00 a.m. to share the latest
Agent Orange information updates, the progress on the Agent Orange memorial that will be built in Andover's Veterans Memorial Park, CT and what progress has been made on current state and federal legislation.  The wonderful food, service and camaraderie are an added bonus.
Gerry's mission to share the facts about the effects of exposure to Agent Orange is personal, as it has affected him, his family and so many  fellow veterans he has both served with and has met while traveling across the country to share this information with veterans, veterans groups, legislators, the DAV,  the V.A. and American Legions Posts. Research has shown it not only affects the veteran, but also their children, grandchildren  and down at least 5 generations. Come learn more.  To  DONATE: Donations can be dropped off at American Legion Post 95, 18 Main St. Hebron or mailed to Gerry Wright, American Legion Post 95, PO Box 95, Hebron CT 06248. Donations are tax deductible   For more information:
VBC News You Can Use...
Links To The Latest News On:

Agent Orange:

Military Times:


VA News:

CT Legislative Committee on Veterans Affairs: ›legislation

Senate Veterans Affairs:

House Veterans Affairs:

Keep up to date on the latest legislation and news.  If you know of other good sites for news that affects veterans or first responders, please don't hesitate to contact us and share! 

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