AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY FOUNDATION MISSION
The ALA Foundation positively impacts the lives of our veterans, military, and their families by funding programs of the American Legion Auxiliary today and for future generations.
WHO WE ARE
Founded in 2007, the purpose of the American Legion Auxiliary Foundation is to assist in carrying out the educational, charitable, and other exempt purposes of the Auxiliary by raising funds for, assisting in conduct of, and providing support to the Auxiliary programs.
As a 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation, the ALA Foundation provides a resource to engage additional investors interested in supporting our mission. It is a way to secure our legacy and heritage of Service Not Self, ultimately enhancing the quality of life for future generations of veterans, military, and their families.
The ALA Foundation celebrates 15 years of charitable good
The American Legion Auxiliary Foundation began serving veterans, military, and their families in 2007 and has never looked
For veterans: Pantry at the post home
American Legion Auxiliary members across the country continue to demonstrate creative and helpful ways to serve our nation’s
ALA National Headquarters staff member gives monthly for our nation’s heroes
Darius Carter (left), veteran and performer at 2018 NVCAF, and Sara Fowler, ALA National Headquarters staff member
Grants to help mission outreach grow
The American Legion Auxiliary Foundation exists to ensure the mission of the American Legion Auxiliary thrives for years to come. To assist ALA units, districts/counties, and departments in their efforts to support local veterans, military, and their families, the ALA Foundation offers four different grants.