2014 Scholarship Application

Download the _2014 Veterans for Peace $1,200 Student Scholarship To Attend Madison Area Technical College (Madison College)_ Write an original typed essay (500-750 words double-spaced) on this topic: “Why I Believe War is Not the Answer”. More information, including deadline and where to send your essay, is in the scholarship application.

2012 Scholarship winner is announced at Memorial Day Ceremony.

In The News

Thanks Steve Bray
- for standing up at the
Solidarity Singalong
- and getting your citation (and handcuffs) again.
Great photo!


…and thanks to Norm Aulabaugh, too – for his great letter to the editor in the Capitol Times – talking about Veterans – and the right to free speech.


More thanks to Norm Aulabaugh his article on A Nation’s PTSD


VFP 28th Annual Convention




August 7-11, 2013


Video of Convention Highlights


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VFP Madison Chapter 25

Veterans for Peace, Inc. (VFP) is a national non-profit 501(c)(3) educational and humanitarian organization dedicated to the abolishment of war. The Madison Chapter is named in honor of Clarence Kailin, long-time Madison peace activist and social reformer, who was a founding member. Clarence died in late 2009 at the age of 95. We honor him by carrying on his name and making efforts to establish a more peaceful and just nation.

End All War demonstration, April 21, 2012, State Capitol (photo: Paul McMahon)


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