Projects

AVHOFS Lamp of Knowledge Scholarship Program:

avhofs-post-img2The AVHOFS Scholarship Program’s purpose is to provide monetary scholarships to exceptional students who have demonstrated their support of our military, their families and survivors and/or our veterans.

AVHOFS Military/Veteran Outreach Projects:

UAV-Hall-of-fame-induction-ceremony-411The AVHOFS Military/Veteran Outreach Project’s purpose is to identify and support those projects that are beneficial to the inter- ests of veterans, military personnel, their fami- lies and their survivors. These projects must uphold and preserve the dignity and honor of the Arizona Veteran’s Hall of Fame (AVHOF) at all times, and on all occasions, foster and perpetuate service and patriotism to our State and Nation while helping fellow veterans, military personnel and/or their families or survivors.

Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Partners with the City of Phoenix Veterans Court

100_3091The Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Society has formed a partnership with the City of Phoenix Veterans court. On April 18, the Society presented a banner to the court. Accepting this banner from Society President, John Sentz are James Leonard, lead Public Defender; Judge Chris McBride; Patricia George, prosecutor; Gregg Maxon, defense attorney and member of the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame and Judge Roxanne Song Ong, Phoenix Municipal Court Presiding Judge. These banners will be provided to all eight veterans courts in Arizona. The society is also providing assistance that the court may help veterans with short term needs. We look forward to continuing this partnership and helping Arizona veterans