The willingness of America's veterans to sacrifice for our country has earned them our lasting gratitude.
Active Duty Motor Vehicle Exemption
- Available to active duty military personnel
- Includes National Guard
- One vehicle exempted by application
- Military ID required
- Apply in Assessor's office
Active Duty Non-Resident Motor Vehicle Exemption
- Available to non-residents serving in Connecticut due to military orders
- Exempt from motor vehicle taxes
- Annual application by October 1
Will Power for Veterans is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to raise awareness and support for soldiers and veterans of war. Dedicated with love to Sergeant William Davidson who lost his will power due to emotional wounds endured in Afghanistan. Will Power for Veterans is aligned with assorted non profit groups and affiliated organizations for the common good and service to our veterans and first responders who deserve our care and contributions.
The Connecticut Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines Fund was established in 1919 to assist needy wartime veterans and their families. It is administered by the American Legion in accordance with the provisions of the Connecticut General Statutes, Sections 27-138 and 27-140, and is governed under the Bylaws of the American Legion Department of Connecticut.