Our Cause

3/8 Veterans of Fallujah and Ramadi or 38VFR, is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit organization that is dedicated to aiding any Veteran of the United States Armed Forces who is in need. While 3/8VFR was founded by Combat Veterans of 3rd Battalion, 8th Marines who served in Iraq from 2005-2006, we serve all Veterans. Our choice of name is meant as homage to our comrades and their service; particularly those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country and brothers. It is their example of selfless service and sacrifice that motivates our actions. These Marines were engaged in bitter fighting over the course of two deployments with the battalion suffering 25 killed and over 300 wounded. With this background we understand many Veterans still suffer from effects of combat sustained during their time of service and hope to help Veterans navigate post military life. **This organization supports the USMC veteran community, however it is not officially connected to or endorsed by the USMC**

Meet the individual needs...

of veterans struggling with complicated VA claims and mounting medical expenses.

Hold regular reunions...

to connect with 3/8 veterans and provide a crucial networking experience.

Honor the memory...

of our fallen brethren through noble works and charity, and to never forget their selfless sacrifice.

Offer financial support...

to veterans facing hardship, particularly those wishing to attend reunions.

Connect...

with other non-profit organizations to extend our reach and increase our impact.

Empower veterans...

to find purpose and hope through camaraderie, reunions, and events.

Recent Posts

Our team shares relevant Marine Corps, Veterans Affairs, and unit-specific news as well as organization updates and editorials.

  • Giving Back

    These men that have already given so much of themselves in the past, have now chosen to on

    Whether it be times of need, emergency funds, assistance with bills or just someone to vent to they are always a phone call or message away. They will do everything in their power to make sure that those they assist to include myself this past year have every opportunity to better themselves, their lives, and their families live Sully
  • Taking Care Of Our Own

    3/8 VFR... brothers thru and thru... we had each other's backs in the desert and still taking care of our own... can't thank you guys enough for making an extremely difficult transitional period in my life significantly easier... keep doing what you're doing. Much love.  S/F Sgt. Z