Paralyzed Veterans now uses multiple ways to stay in touch withe you, our valuable members. As usual, we communicate several times a year with our Newsletter, Northern High Lights. Recently we added a monthly update to our toolbox, a short update via email and online, called the North Star Bullet. Look for the latest edition in your email. If you you’d like to stay on top of the MNPVA chapter news, subscribe now!
During these unusual times, it’s more important than ever that we are SAFE, CONNECTED, and physically ACTIVE. Move United is committed to helping you do that. Check out the numerous free live and on demand adaptive exercise and fitness classes to participate in!
New!!! Are you (or someone you know) an person with a disability who needs equipment to exercise at home? We’ve got you! Move United is providing FREE #AdaptatHome Fitness Kits to athletes. Click here to register your need.
Check out the calendar of events https://www.moveunitedsport.org/adaptathome/ to join free classes and put your equipment to use!
Now it's on to New York City for the 40th National Veterans Wheelchair Games, scheduled for August 8-13, 2021 https://wheelchairgames.org/
Especially now, Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) needs your support. Donate a car, truck, RV or even a boat! Donating is easy, the pick-up is free, and your generous gift is tax-deductible. 877-900-VETS (877-900-VETS) | #COVID19
Founded in 1946, the Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) is a national organization dedicated to serving former members of the U.S. Armed Forces who have suffered catastrophic paralysis as a result of spinal cord injury or disease. By Public law 92-93 (1971), the U.S. Congress charted PVA.
The Minnesota Paralyzed Veterans of America was granted chapter status in 1993. Our office is located within the Minneapolis VA Medical Center in Minneapolis, MN. Our current membership is over 300. The Minnesota PVA is an IRS, tax exempt - 501 (c) 3 organization registered with the State of Minnesota and as such all gifts are tax deducti
The Minnesota Paralyzed Veterans of America was granted chapter status in 1993. Our office is located within the Minneapolis VA Medical Center in Minneapolis, MN. Our current membership is over 300. The Minnesota PVA is an IRS, tax exempt - 501 (c) 3 organization registered with the State of Minnesota and as such all gifts are tax deductible. The National Paralyzed Veterans of America was founded in 1947, with a total membership of over 21,000 in all 50 states, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. PVA is the only congressionally chartered veterans service organization dedicated solely for the benefit and representation of individuals with spinal cord injury or disease.
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Colors of covers for the Kelly Leg Band may vary
Sizes are as follows:
15" = Small
16" = Medium
17" = Large
The Kelly Leg Bands are made of hard plastic and are black in color and they are sold with one cover.
Cost: $40.00 each--Shipping cost is $8.00 via Parcel Post through the United States Postal Service – if other shipping requests are needed by the customer, additional charges may apply.
Minnesota made bowling ramps!
Description: The ramp is 1" in diameter, 34" wide from the back or the widest point of the ramp, 34" tall and weighs 25 pounds, but comes apart easily and is more awkward to move around assembled than it is heavy.
Cost: $350.00 per ramp plus shipping and handling is $100.00. All shipments are made by FedX Ground unless specified by customer and they will be responsible for the shipping cost.
Please contact the MNPVA office at 612-467-2263 or by email here
Available for purchase
See PDF below for details.
See PDF below for details.
Please contact the MNPVA office at 612-467-2263
*Market Value Exclusion on Homestead Property of Disabled Veterans:
Ramsey County –
Dakota County -
Scott County –
Hennepin County -
Anoka County -
Stearns County -
Wright County –
City of Bloomington -
-Be advised that there may be other counties that are not listed on this page-
*Department of Veterans Affairs:
Clothing Allowance for Veterans with prosthetic or orthopedic appliances.
Any Veteran who is rated for a service-connected disability for which he or she uses prosthetic or orthopedic appliances may receive an annual clothing allowance.
The allowance is also available to any Veteran whose service-connected skin condition requires prescribed medication that irreparably damages the Veteran's outer garments.