If you're in the city make sure to checkout the NYC Veterans Day Parade this Thursday afternoon. The parade starts at noon and runs along Fifth Avenue from 25th Street to 42nd Street.
More details can be found at parade.uwvc.org
Veterans of New York returned to Citi Field on Thursday, September 30th for the Mets final regular season home game. It was the first time that we held an event at Citi Field since August of 2019. It was a great night. We had over 30 veterans, active duty troops, and supporters in attendance at the game. Big thanks to our sponsor for providing the tickets to the game. Thanks to everyone who joined us as well for making it a special evening. Checkout the photos from the event below. Stay tuned for our future events!
The Battle to Knockout Addiction III🥊
NYC Cops & Kids is hosting an amateur fight night on Staten Island on Saturday, September 25th. Local fighters from the New York Metropolitan area will take on the USMC boxing team. The event is being held at Tottenville High School. Tickets will be available at the door.
NYPD Boxing Website
Seth Feinman has been a big supporter of Veterans of New York over the years. He has generously sponsored many events for us in the past. He is a licensed mortgage professional with Silver Fin Capital. He is here to help with any mortgage related questions you may have related to accessing your VA home loan benefits. We are proud to support small business owners like Seth. Don't hesitate to reach out to him!
The 2021 NYC Veterans Day Parade is scheduled for Thursday, November 11th. The annual event is planned and organized by the United War Veteran Council. It's the largest Veterans Day Parade in the entire country. Each year they look for volunteers to help with the parade. If you are interested in learning more, please visit their website at uwvc.org