Learn About VFW Post 1634

Learn About VFW Post 1634

We offer support and resources to veterans in Billings, MT

Congress established Billings, MT’s VFW Post 1634 in February of 1929. Our goal is to serve local veterans, military personnel and their families. While we advocate for veteran issues, we work toward fostering camaraderie among veterans of overseas conflict.

When you join the VFW Post 1634 in Billings, MT, you can depend on us to fight for your rights and support you. We organize a variety of fundraisers and events to provide resources. We also promote awareness of veterans’ issues, like PTSD, financial assistance and proper medical care.

Do you need help applying for veterans’ benefits? The VFW has been a leader in securing benefits for Agent Orange exposure, spina bifida, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and service-related hearing loss.

Are you trying to locate another service member? We’ll help you track the service member down.

Become a member of the VFW Post 1634 today to take advantage of our services.

What can you expect when you join the VFW Post 1634 in Billings, MT?

VFW Post 1634 donates more than 18 million hours of volunteer services every year. Along with volunteering at VA hospitals and nursing homes, we also:

  • Participate in parades
  • Create care packages and gifts
  • Distribute poppies to honor fallen heroes
  • Lead firearm safety initiatives
  • Run a children’s home in Grand Rapids, MI


Another one of our focuses is veteran suicide awareness. If you ever need to talk to someone, there are always post members available to listen at the VFW Post 1634 in Billings, MT. We can also suggest other resources that may help you.

Stop by VFW Post 1634 today to join our veterans’ advocacy and support organization. Although our members are primarily veterans who have served in foreign conflicts, we also accept active-duty military personnel. You can sign up for a free, one-year membership through the Military Initiative Program.