Welcome to The Paralyzed Veterans of America Colonial Chapter


Next Event: Virtual Run/Walk and Roll

Virtual Run/Walk and Roll








Announcement: Stay tuned for our next gathering coming up soon!

Upcoming Events

Virtual Run/Walk and Roll

Anytime thru October 17, 2020

Virtual Halloween Costume Contest

Zoom @ 7pm prizes

 October 28, 2020

Virtual Scavenger Hunt

Zoom @ 7pm prizes

November 25, 2020

National Veterans Wheelchair Games


New York

The National Veterans Wheelchair Games (NVWG) is the largest annual wheelchair multi-sport and rehabilitation event in the world, co-hosted by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA).

About The Chapter

The Colonial Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America is dedicated to improving the quality of life for Veterans with paralysis due to spinal cord injury or disease and to the protection of their civil rights.
We are committed to assisting paralyzed veterans by advocating for access to VA health care and barrier-free access to the community.
Our goal is to ensure the health and well-being of our Members and all paralyzed Veterans through education, information and referral, medical research, and physical, psychological, and recreational therapy.

Serving Veterans Since 1972

The Paralyzed Veterans of America, Colonial Chapter is governed by a board of directors, including the President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and 3 Board Members. The office staff includes an Executive Director and part-time Office Assistants. Board, general membership, executive committee and other committee meetings are held at the chapter office. Board meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month beginning at 11 a.m. ALL members are encouraged to attend.

Chapter Programs


The Colonial Chapter has approximately 320 members.  To qualify for membership an individual must meet the following criteria:

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Sports and Recreation

Colonial PVA realizes that sports and recreation is a valuable rehabilitative tool which is effective in rebuilding self-esteem and self-confidence as well as promoting the health and welfare of its participants.

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Advocacy in the community is a major, ongoing concern. Working with other veteran and disability groups has increased public awareness of the potential of paralyzed and disabled persons in the work place and in the community.

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Paralyzed Veterans of America service officers represent the majority of our membership before the Veterans Administration with regard to claims for benefits.

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Paralyzed Veterans of America, Colonial Chapter continually represents its members and others with disabilities at all levels of government; local, state and national, helping to defend and ensure our civil rights in all areas.

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