YOU can provide a life-changing experience for a veteran artist.
Veterans Creative Arts Festivals have a profound impact on the lives of veterans across the country. Whether their talents lie in visual art, drama, music, writing or dance, at the national festival, all veterans come together to celebrate what connects them – their service to this country and their passion for artistic expression.
You can help a hero experience the power of art by sponsoring their trip to the National Veterans Creative Arts Festival (NVCAF).
A gift of $3,000 can send one veteran artist to the NVCAF. You, your community, your American Legion Auxiliary unit, or your business can work together and change the life of a United States veteran.
Make a gift online today, or mail in your gift to the American Legion Auxiliary Foundation. Checks can be made out to the American Legion Auxiliary Foundation and be sure to write “VCAF” on the memo line.
American Legion Auxiliary Foundation
3450 Founders Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46268
Questions? Call 317-569-4500 or email ALAFoundation@ALAforVeterans.org.
Meet veterans who have been impacted by Veterans Creative Arts Festival
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
ALA Foundation grant supports flagship Nebraska Veterans Creative Arts Festival, inspiring expansion and growth
Veteran Artist Michael Lentz Hosting a Veterans Creative Arts Festival (VCAF) is no small feat –
Writing brings U.S. Vietnam Veteran out of addiction
Steve Banko had a plan for his life: Graduate high school, get a scholarship to play basketball in
Dance restores balance for U.S. Army Veteran
Dr. Vaneada “Vee” Harvey was the first African American forward-deployed satellite commander in the United States Army, where
Kansas Veterans Creative Arts Festival thrives with help of community and ALA Foundation grant
Christina Vasquez was the first art therapist at the Robert J. Dole VA Medical Center in Wichita, Kan.
Veteran discovers talents, with help of first National Veterans Creative Arts Festival
Thousands of veterans take part in local Veterans Creative Arts Festivals across the country each year. From there,