A gathering place for our Military Community and Veterans Organization.

A short 5 minutes from Lihue Airport on Kaua’i Veterans Memorial Hwy and within walking distance, the Kaua’i Veterans Center is the proud home of the Kaua’i Veterans Museum.

The Kaua’i Veterans Center exists to promote and enhance the delivery of benefits to all veterans, their families, and dependents of those who have given their lives for their country. It is a standing monument that honors their service, promotes their military heritage and embraces their family. It will serve as a meeting place for all military functions, veteran events, and family programs. It is also open to our community.

September 1, 2021 Beginning in January 2021 our business office will have modified hours. Please email us at kauaiveteranscenter@gmail.com for inquiries or for appointments. We aphttp://www.kauaiveteranscenter.org/events/ologize, no Walk in’s at this time. The office is closed on weekends and all state and federal holidays. If you have a reservation and have questions, please email us at kauaiveteranscenter@gmail.com. All CDC requirements and guidelines still apply. For veterans benefits & burial information call The office of Veterans Services at 808-369-3535. Their office is located in front of the center. NO MASK NO ENTRY. Mahalo!

Hello Everyone:

Due to the increasing number of COVID19 infections in Hawaii, including the news today about our single highest day of new infections since the pandemic began, we find the need to postpone our outreach events to Lanai, Kauai, and Kona. We had plans to go to Lanai and Kauai on August 12th, and Kona on August 30th. We apologize for the inconvenience but we need to do this for your safety and the safety of our employees. Our hope is to resume our outreach activities in Hawaii next month. In the meantime, I encourage you to visit our website (https://www.benefits.va.gov/honolulu/ since it contains information for how you may reach us for assistance. You may schedule an appointment to speak with one of our representatives by calling (808) 433-0505. You may also e-mail us at pctc.vbahon@va.gov. Please reach out to us and let us know if we can do anything differently to assist you or your communities.

Below is the most recent news regarding the situation in Hawaii and that we had to take into consideration when making this decision:

Lt. Gov. Green: Hawaii to report 655 new COVID cases, in highest single-day total since the pandemic began (hawaiinewsnow.com)

Dear Veterans Supporters and Golfers – we are very sorry to let everyone know we are going to postpone the first-ever Veterans Day All Island Golf Tournament that was scheduled for November 6-7 at the Ocean Course at Hokuala and the Makai Golf Course in Princeville. The tournament was going to be a fundraiser for renovations at the Kauai Veterans Center and the Kauai Veterans Museum.

This was a tough decision to make but we are concerned with the rising COVID19 case count and potential future restrictions. Anyone who has already registered and paid will be refunded their money. That also applies to anyone who has signed up to be a sponsor.

Again, we apologize and hope you will understand. We hope to reschedule in the near future.

Veterans Day Golf Tournament
November 6 & 7 2021

Please mail your donations to: 3215 Kauai Veterans Memorial Hwy.
Lihue, Hawaii 96766
Notate “Renovation” on the envelope or check.
Mahalo for your generous donation and support