Our nation's heroes and their families need and deserve your help.
Time and again we hear about the difference an American Legion Auxiliary scholarship has made in a person’s life, providing unimagined experiences and opening up a world of opportunities. The Auxiliary supports a number of scholarship programs that benefit veterans, the children of our veterans, and the members of the organizations within The American Legion Family. Applications are due to a local American Legion Auxiliary unit by March 1. Learn More
Dedicated to encouraging others to choose hope over hatred, Holocaust survivor Nesse Godin is a passionate advocate for Holocaust education and an inspiration to the American Legion Auxiliary. You can read Nesse’s gripping story in the February issue of Auxiliary magazine. While you’re there, check out a follow-up of the National Veterans Creative Arts Festival plus “Faith on the Front Line,” part one of our “Faith, Family, and Freedom” series. View Auxiliary magazine online
Earlier this month, an e-assessment survey was sent to approximately 84,000 Auxiliary members. As part of the investment the ALA has made in itself to resource the Centennial Strategic Plan, a professional assessment is being done by Johnson, Grossnickle and Associates using research being conducted by Walker Information. ALA departments and units have been saying for years that help and training are needed for the organization to do a better job serving our mission. To develop better training, we need your participation in the survey! Your participation is crucial if we are to grow the organization. Don't delay: The survey closes at midnight March 1.
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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