In special virtual town hall, American Legion members ask questions to Department of Veterans Affairs Under Secretary for Benefits.
Emotional calls to VA highlight veterans’ pleas for help
American Legion, Veterans Benefits Administration team up for tele-townhall that put Legionnaires directly in contact with Dr. Paul R. Lawrence, VA’s Under Secretary for Benefits.
100 MILES FOR HOPE
American Legion Family members join 100 Miles challenge
More than 1,900 participants are walking, biking, running and finding other ways to get healthy and support the Veterans & Children Foundation.
Participants in the 100 Miles for Hope campaign are encouraged to share their journey
AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS
ALR fundraising efforts: ‘We have to continue pushing forward’
Despite no in-state Legacy Run, American Legion Riders Chapter 6 in South Carolina has raised $19,000 for the Legacy Fund. We want to hear about other chapter, post, district and department success stories.
MORE LEGION RIDERS STORIES
The ‘Warriors Road’ to healing
COPING WITH COVID-19
Legion post: ‘We didn’t take a break because those soldiers don’t get to break’
Hardin Post 113 in Kentucky regularly provides snacks and other items to soldiers departing for or returning from overseas deployments.
MORE COPING WITH COVID-19 STORIES
NEW PODCAST: Tango Alpha Lima tackles a good deed gone awry, edible crayons and more
MEMBERSHIP AND POST ACTIVITIES
‘Boys State’ cast hopes documentary can ‘invigorate’ jaded voters
Award-winning documentary premieres Aug. 14 on Apple TV+.
MORE MEMBERSHIP STORIES
What was the primary reason the American Legion System Worth Saving program came into existence in 2003?
HONOR AND REMEMBRANCE
OUR WWII STORY: Ford Motor Company’s Camp Legion
Henry Ford converted camp for underprivileged youth into a training center for disabled veterans.
MORE HONOR AND REMEMBRANCE STORIES
Department of Texas sponsoring Sept. 15 virtual job fair
Military families can now access database to find hourly child care
Legion’s call to action: Close the digital divide for veterans
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AUGUST 13, 2020
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