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Massachusetts Elks Association of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks

Veterans

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MA Elks Veterans 

Throughout the year the #MAElks State Association as well as all of the Local Lodges host many events and fundraisers to help raise money and awareness for the every changing needs of our Veterans and their families.

The Elks National Veterans Service Commission (ENVSC) was established in 1946, immediately after World War II, with the sole mission of serving our nation’s veterans. Though much has changed since then, the Elks’ dedication to serve veterans and military members in need has never wavered. In VA clinics, veterans’ homes, USOs, homeless shelters and more, thousands of Elks volunteers give generously of their time, energy and resources to serve veterans and military members each year.

The Elks are committed to their mission,“So long as there are veterans, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks will never forget them.” The Veterans Service Commission takes that pledge one step further, and promises service to our nation's veterans and military members, with a special focus on service to those in need.

 
2017 Bike Run held @ Franklin Elks Lodge 10/07

2017 Bike Run held @ Franklin Elks Lodge 10/07

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Join the Fun @ the Next Bike Run @ the Franklin Elks Lodge. Learn More

Join the Fun @ the Next Bike Run @ the Franklin Elks Lodge. Learn More

American Flag being displayed by the Franklin Fire Department @ the MA Elks Motorcycle Run. 

American Flag being displayed by the Franklin Fire Department @ the MA Elks Motorcycle Run. 

 
When it comes to serving veterans, the Elks have a long and storied tradition of being there when they were needed most. Since we began, the needs of military members and returning veterans have continued to change, and the Elks have adapted to those needs, remaining an ever-present ally to those who have served this country.
— Grand Lodge, ENVSC