We take our role as a veterans service organization seriously; meeting the needs of veterans and keeping those needs front and center in the minds of the American public.
We encourage all Americans to live out their patriotism with a sense of pride for this land we call home.
Everything we’re involved in can be traced back to the purposes in our Preamble that begins with those words, For God and Country.
The Auxiliary supports a number of scholarship programs that benefit veterans, the children of our veterans, the American Legion Auxiliary and the youth of America.
The distribution of this bright red memorial flower to the public is one of the oldest and most widely recognized programs of the American Legion Auxiliary.
ALA Girls State/Girls Nation gives kids endless possibilities to meet new friends and develop leadership skills.
Engaging the next generation to become members in the American Legion Auxiliary.
The ALA asserts a national leadership role in voluntary service to veterans, servicemembers, and their families by organizing and managing the Call to Service Corps.
It is important that we never forget Pearl Harbor. ALA National President Nancy Brown-Park will join American Legion National Commander Dan Dellinger and Sons National Commander Joe Gladden on the USS Arizona to honor those who lost their lives Dec. 7, 1941. The American Legion Auxiliary asks you to spend a few moments remembering and reflecting on the sacrifices all servicemembers made to protect us and ensure our freedom.
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"Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in."—Marjorie Moore, Belleville, Ill.