Our nation's heroes and their families need and deserve your help.
During April, American Legion Auxiliary members celebrate and honor America’s children and youth – especially those of our veterans and military. We work with the entire American Legion Family in our local communities to host youth activities or wear our Auxiliary shirts while becoming involved in other outreach efforts to support young people. The Auxiliary provides significant cash assistance and direct service, and supports legislation that affects children at the local, state and national levels. We also recognize and reward the positive actions of our children and youth with the Youth Hero and Good Deed awards. Learn More
Auxiliary members who have been interested in supporting our military families but never knew how or where to start will be happy to know we have your answers! We’re proud to announce our new resource: the Military Family Readiness Guide! Our members will discover ways to connect with military families in their communities, discover the numerous services and programs available to these families, better understand military culture, and have an improved understanding of the community they live in. Log in to download the Guide.
Know someone who went above and beyond the Auxiliary’s longstanding mission of serving veterans, the military and their families? Consider a nomination toward our awards program. Nearly every ALA national committee offers an award recognizing those who deserve to be recognized. Children and nonmembers are included! Check out the annual Plan of Action to learn more
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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