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KIPVA | Paralyzed Veterans of America


Paralyzed Veterans of America volunteers do invaluable work that makes a real difference to veterans, their communities and Paralyzed Veterans' chapters.

Volunteering can change your life, too. Why is it so rewarding?

  • Volunteers make their communities a better place to live.
  • You can work for an organization and mission you believe in.
  • Having a positive impact on others feels great.
  • You can meet new people and develop new leadership skills.
  • Family volunteering lets you spend time with loved ones while helping others.
  • Volunteering is fun!

Start Volunteering Today

Volunteering with the Kentucky-Indiana Chapter is easy.  

  • Simply contact the chapter to let us know what type of volunteer opportunities interest you.
  • Complete the volunteer form and return it to the chapter office.
  • Consider joining the KIPVA Facebook Volunteer Group.  This is the place we put out a call for volunteers when needed for events and other activities.

Veterans Administration Voluntary Service Program (VAVS)

Another avenue for volunteering is through our local VA hospitals in Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky and Indianapolis, Indiana.  The Kentucky-Indiana Chapter can assist you with registering with the VA to assist in many areas of the hospital. 

VAVS volunteerism is a great way to serve veterans. If you are interested in this rewarding opportunity, contact us for more information.


Super Volunteer

Jim Warren is a man that is committed to helping disabled veterans enjoy the great outdoors. Through his work at the NWTF, our KIPVA members always have the best of everything when it comes to the hunting experience, including experienced volunteers, blinds and great locations.

You will find Jim at most chapter meetings. He helps out with many areas, including as an assistant coach for the KIPVA National Veterans Wheelchair Games team. He is living proof of the difference that one man can make in the lives of others.  Jim is more than a volunteer at KIPVA, he is a treasured friend.