What is the Waverly Area Veterans Post (WAVP)?
The Waverly Area Veterans Post (WAVP) was incorporated on June 11, 2009 in Waverly, Iowa. It brings together, under one roof, the four greater Waverly Area Veterans organizations: American Legion Post #176; AMVETS Post #79; Marine Corps League Detachment #1241; and, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #2208.
What is WAVP's Mission?
The WAVP Mission Statement is: "To create a Veterans Center for those who served"
What is WAVP's Vision?
The WAVP Vision Statement is: "Where Patriots Gather"
Who do we serve?

We are committed to serving the needs of all Veterans, active and inactive, and their families through programs and events that will provide assistance in securing Veterans benefits, seeking employment, connecting with their families when away from home, and hosting events where they can gather and socialize.

We work with kindred organizations to help Veterans with homeless situations, mental health issues, difficulties getting jobs, and suicide prevention.

Helping returning Veterans through difficult life situations is one of the most important things we can do to get Veterans back on their feet when they return home.

We offer the Veterans Center as the place "Where Patriots Gather" to serve today's Veterans and their families.

How many Veterans are in Bremer County?
There are more than 1700 Veteran families in Bremer County.
Is my gift to WAVP tax-deductible?

Yes. The WAVP is tax exempt under section 501(c)(19) of the Internal Revenue Code.

For donors required to contribute through a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt entity, the WAVP has established an account with the Waverly Community Fund and the Bremer County Community Foundation. Both are affiliates with the Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa.