The American Legion Auxiliary has good news to share. We know that what our members do makes a difference in the lives of veterans, military and their families, so we make sure that the public knows about it. Whether it is welcoming troops home from the battlefield or visiting wounded warriors at VA Medical Centers, we hope that our example will move the hearts of more Americans so that they, in turn, will offer their support to our servicemembers.Share your news with us! Let us know what is going on in your unit, department, or division.
ALA eNewsThis electronic newsletter is published monthly and focuses on programs, activities, and events in short, quick-read articles. One-topic eblasts also are sent to announce special events or news. Pass it on — encourage members and nonmembers alike to subscribe to this informative enewsletter. Subscribe to ALA eNews.
ALA In the Know eBulletinThis electronic publication updates American Legion Auxiliary members and leaders biweekly with announcements, ideas and best practices for working the ALA’s mission outreach and internal support programs. It publishes biweekly on Fridays at http://alaintheknow.wordpress.com/ and is announced by email to subscribers. Subscribe to eBulletin here.
Auxiliary magazineLooking for the informative, entertaining, innovative scoop on the ALA? You’ll find it in Auxiliary magazine. Be in the know on the latest highlights of Auxiliary events and programs. Free to our members, it is published and mailed quarterly and is also available to read online as an e-magazine. Let others know — spread the word by sharing your copy with a friend, or purchase a gift subscription for your doctor’s office, health club or hair salon.Subscribe to the magazine National NewsNational News is a best practice newsletter contained within Auxiliary magazine and features information from members about members. It reports the activities of Auxiliary departments and units, shares profiles of exemplary members, presents practical solutions for problem issues and inspires with the national chaplain’s Reflections. Each issue also features reports written by national chairmen referencing their particular mission outreach program or national committee. Submitting content for Auxiliary magazineInterested in making a submission to Auxiliary magazine? We accept original submissions of pictures and articles of national interest that support the American Legion Auxiliary’s mission of serving veterans, the military and their families worldwide. We may use such materials with or without your name and for any lawful purpose, including, for example, such purposes as publicity, illustration, advertising, and web-related content. We occasionally use this material to illustrate the importance of Auxiliary membership and the support it provides relevant to our organization. All items submitted for publication are subject to editing for clarity, style and format. Articles should be provided as Word (.doc) documents, and by submitting material, you acknowledge that you are legally entitled to distribute the work and to allow it to be redistributed. Pictures should be provided in maximum resolution in JPEG format with captions provided. In providing pictures, you represent that you own all copyrights and have been given the authority by each individual depicted in a photograph to provide pictures to Auxiliary magazine. We wish we could publish everything sent to us, but due to the volume of submissions received, not every item can be used or acknowledged and may not be returned. Submissions may be emailed to:alamagazine@ALAforVeterans.org
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"Just knowing an organization like the American Legion Auxiliary exists, providing support to our military and our families even when we're gone, makes a world of difference."
- ALA member and Indiana National Guard Col. Marilyn Moores