Our nation's heroes and their families need and deserve your help.
Each year, the Auxiliary convenes its Washington DC Conference in conjunction with The American Legion’s annual meeting in our nation’s capital to review The American Legion’s legislative priorities and advise members how to be better advocates for those issues with their own state’s legislators.
The American Legion Auxiliary Foundation is seeking applications from motivated individuals interested in applying for 3-year elected board positions to be part of the ALA Foundation’s governance team. The Nominating Committee for the Foundation Board is looking for directors with a passion for the American Legion Auxiliary mission and who are willing to make the commitment to build, promote and sustain the ALA Foundation.
If you are interested in sharing your creativity, your passion to serve veterans, military and their families, your prior board experience, prior life experience, grassroots fundraising ideas and more. Application are due by April 8, 2016.
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In honor of our organizations' upcoming 100th anniversary, The American Legion Family created "Indivisible: The Story of Our Flag" – a richly illustrated 112-page tribute to our nation’s colors from the Revolutionary War to the 21st century.
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When a tornado or other disaster hits, we see firsthand the devastation that it can bring. Unit members helping unit members is what the Auxiliary Emergency Fund (AEF) is all about – that uplifting action so desperately needed during a low moment.
National President Sharon Conatser has instituted a $232,500 fundraising goal for the Auxiliary Emergency Fund. Your donation will not only help, but also provide hope to a member in need. Download AEF BrochureMake a Donation
Be in the know about the latest Auxiliary events and programs. Free to members, Auxiliary magazine is published quarterly. Click the magazine cover to read that issue online.
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The 2013 estimated value of one hour of volunteer service is $22.55, according to the Independent Sector, a coalition of charities, foundations, and corporations that publishes research important to the nonprofit sector. American Legion Auxiliary members have volunteered more than 9.3 million hours for a collective value of service to our veterans, servicemembers, and their families of more than $2.1 billion. That’s quite a global impact, and a powerful number that accentuates who we are, what we do, and why we matter!
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