Square Deal for Vets

Membership is free. You've already been twice the citizen - you've paid your dues.


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We are a 501(c)(19) War Veterans organization.

Our goal for 2017 is to give one million veterans and supporters a voice on Capitol Hill.

By joining Square Deal for Vets, you will receive updates on legislative changes that affect you, and the tools to do something about them.

We will not share personal data with any third party without direct consent, provided through follow-up correspondence.



We are a 501(c)(19) War Veterans organization.

Our goal for 2017 is to give one million veterans and supporters a voice on Capitol Hill.

By joining Square Deal for Vets, you will receive updates on legislative changes that affect you, and the tools to do something about them.

Why should you join Square Deal for Veterans?

At its heart, Square Deal for Veterans (SD4V) is an advocacy organization. Members of SD4V learn the tools and techniques to demand government officials deliver the type of veterans benefits we deserve, and in a way that is in the best interests of the veteran, not the bureaucrats running the systems.

By joining SD4V, you combine forces with likeminded veterans across the country, forged in the crucible of war time service, to demand we give ALL veterans the deal they deserve.

A square deal.

A square deal that recognizes military service was already tough enough. A square deal that demands dealing with the government agencies tasked with helping veterans shouldn’t be tougher than the war time service itself.

Join Square Deal for Veterans, and we will give you the tools to be an effective advocate for your fellow veterans. Alongside fellow veterans, in your community, and with Congress and government officials, you will effectively advocate for improved veterans benefits and services.



Who can join Square Deal for Veterans?

SD4V has two ways to get involved:

  • Wartime Service Members: To keep contributions to SD4V tax deductible, we must limit membership to honorably discharged veterans who served during periods of war or armed conflict. But that’s a big stretch of time – essentially anyone that served between 1952 and 1955, between 1965 and 1975, or anyone that’s served from post-9/11 to today (exact dates will be shown on the membership application). All those periods qualify for wartime service. And it does not matter if you served in combat or not. You signed up, you took the risk, you deserve to join. But as Wartime Service Members, you can serve in official positions of SD4Vs, and when votes or other actions of the group’s members must be taken, you will serve as that voting body.


  • Advocate: If you served honorably in the armed forces of the United States, but did not serve during a period of war or armed conflict, or if you are a military or veteran spouse, immediate family member of an eligible Wartime Service veteran, or if you are a Cadet or Midshipman, you can be a Supporter of SD4V. You can participate in the same advocacy activities as Wartime Service Members, and learn the same skills. You will receive the same news updates as Wartime Service Members as well. But, because full membership must be limited to those veterans that served in periods of war, you will not be able to take part in the governance of SD4V.