Kazuo masuda vfw post 3670 – YOUTH GROUP of orange county
Kazuo Masuda VFW Post 3670 – Youth Group of Orange County is a Non Profit started by the Kazuo Masuda family in 1957 that help foster children by using Youth Development Programs.
Learn more about the Kazuo Masuda Family Story in our About Us Section.
Mission: To promote, develop, foster and encourage the development of youth and service to the community. Programs include community youth athletic programs that teach and foster good sportsmanship and to promote healthy activities.
Developmental basketball programs for children ages 7 to 18. 300+ children will participate on basketball teams. Organization provides gyms for practices and games as well as coaches and parent supervision.
Keiki Kodomo basketball program for children beginning in the sport. Ages of the children are from 5 to 7 years old. 110 children participated in the program. Volunteers are middle and high school students – most that participate in the developmental basketball program.
High School recognition awards for graduating seniors. Multiple high school seniors are recognized every year for their scholastic achievement, service to their community and personal achievement.
Grants to fund veterans activities including maintenance of post building and installation dinner.
Grants to various organizations to help fund sports and community events.
Want to join A vfw sports team?
Email VFW’s VP Remy Hernandez at VFWRemy@gmail.com to get started.
Check out our Calendar of Events to see the latest events and activities.
keiki KoDOMo Camp
The VFW Post 3670 Youth Group is proud to currently host our 27th Annual Keiki-Kodomo Basketball Camp Virtually! We encourage all boys and girls ages 5 to 7 to participate and have fun developing their basketball fundamentals, sportsmanship, and teamwork skills to sign up next year as our sign ups are now closed. Learn More.