The Irish United Nations Veterans Association (IUNVA) was formed at a meeting in Dublin on February 10th 1990, when an interim committee was formed. The Constitution of the Organisation was ratified at the first Annual General Meeting in October of the same year. The Association has the approval of the Minister of Defence, and is non-denominational, non-political and non-sectarian. Our Constitution was legally authenticated and ratified at the Annual General Convention on 23rd September 2017.
Secretary Post 19 Gerald O'Donnell
Phone Number 087-7655335
Treasurer Post 19 Daniel Toland
Phone Number 087-2774879
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Membership is available to any Irish resident who has successfully completed a tour of duty with a UN Force or Organisation, whether he or she is serving or retired. Application Form VF 1 available to download from the download section, or any IUNVA Post. Completed forms to be returned to the secretary post 19, any other information please feel free to use the Get Involved link on the First and Last pages, all enquiries will be answered ASAP.
Any member of the public, serving or retired members of Defence Forces (with or without UN Service) and Reserve Defence Forces may subscribe to our Association with a payment of €25.00 per annum by payment to Post Secretary or Treasurer. All subscribers will be acknowledged and Irish United Nations Veterans Association - Veterans Badge issued.
The badge may also be purchased separately at a cost of €5.00 plus €1 .00 postage total €6.00, or contact the secretary or any Post member
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Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland
IUNVA Post will be holding a small Wreath Laying Ceremony at the grave of the late Ainsley Catterson “A Coy “28th Inf Bn at Melmount Cemetery on Wednesday 07th December @ 14:00 hrs, Organisations welcome to attend, form up @ 13:45 Hrs, Post Pipers will be in attendance