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Our mission is to deploy nationwide implementing Veteran marches to proudly support our nation’s Veterans in a patriotic way, and to raise awareness to the issues affecting Veterans. We provide resources to the homeless and underprivileged, with an emphasis on Veterans, to improve their quality of life.

The MVM is a 501(c) 19, not for profit, tax exempt Veteran Organization.   The MVM regular membership is comprised entirely of war veterans.  We are not a protest organization, and do not promote political agendas, instead we operate in a spirit of unity with every Veteran and those promoting the cause of Veterans.

Mel Johnson, President, Retired US Navy


Donnel Streat, Vice President, US Army Veteran,

Everette Lindsay, Secretary, USMC Veteran,

Cheryl Flemming, Outreach Coordinator,

North Carolina Chapter,

P. O. Box 480914

Charlotte, N. C.  28269

M. Uzzell, President, US Army Veteran,


The NC MVM will be partnering with the Men’s Shelter of Charlotte to provide hunger relief.

Organize, plan, and implement Veteran marches throughout the country, to honor our Veteran’s service, their sacrifice, and to enthusiastically support our nation’s values.

Build solidarity among Veterans and Veteran Service Organizations to raise awareness to the issues that affect Veterans.  Operate the Warming Tent for the Homeless

and Mobile Meals Programs, to provide hunger relief and other comprehensive services to those in need, whether they are living outside in the elements, or at an

emergency or transitional housing facility.

Join Us October 1, 2016

The Million Veteran March of 2016 will be held in Richmond, Virginia.  The march begins at 10:30 a.m. and the staging area for the Veterans March will be at the intersection of South Belvidere Street and Spring Street.  The March route will be South for one block to the Virginia War Memorial at 621 South Belvidere St., Richmond, Virginia  23220.  The program will commence at 11:30 am. Note: The previously scheduled Washington DC Veterans March and US Capitol grounds Veterans March have been canceled. Our Mission Is Not Over…

We encourage any Veteran that would like to participate in this Veterans March but cannot physically attend, to provide their name to our Organization, and we will carry their name on our backs, banners, or on other printed material.

Guest Speaker, Rep. Dave Brat

The Million Veteran March Organization proudly announce Congressman Dave Brat, Virginia 7th District, as a Speaker of the Veteran’s March on October 1st, at the Virginia War Memorial in Richmond, Virginia. Congressman Brat has demonstrated a sincere appreciation of the struggles of our Veterans, is committed to providing any assistance possible to those Veterans in need of support, and is a certified friend of all Veterans.

At Congressman Dave Brat’s Veterans Town Hall event at DAV Chapter 50. From left to right, Eric Johnson of Million Veteran March, Chesterfield County, Virginia Sheriff and Retired Veteran Karl Leonard, 7th District Congressman Dave Brat, and an honorable Air Force Veteran…




The Million Veteran March of 2016

 The purpose of the March is to bring awareness to the issues affecting Veterans ahead of the upcoming elections, and to solidify the unity amongst Veterans and their supporters to protect Veterans rights and benefits.

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Get involved with the Million Veteran March!

Donate to the Million Veteran March, become a member, participate in a Veteran's March, or sponsor a Veteran's March in YOUR city.