Are you a patriotic person? Do you enjoy helping others? Do you enjoy supporting our veterans, the military, and their families? The American Legion Auxiliary is the largest women's organization helping veteran's and their families since 1919.
As a member, the Auxiliary offers a support system and many opportunities to serve in ways that will truly make a difference.
Would you like to have some new ideas on how to serve our veterans, military, and their families? Are you a new member to the ALA community? This is a great event for you to attend. National offers a a one-day ALA Mission Training event near you! It's an opportunity to learn more about working the ALA’s core programs in an group interactive and fun setting.
Interested in joining and becoming part of the American Legion Auxiliary?
The next step is to reach out to your local Unit at an American Legion Post. The members will help you get information about your availability and an application to becoming a ALA member.
Are you computer savvy? Contact American Legion Auxiliary at the National level and you can register online to become a member. Once your membership is confirmed, you will receive information and be directed to a unit.
Department of Indiana
Mission Training - For Members
American Legion Auxiliary
Thanks to National, through out the year, American Legion Auxiliary members have an opportunity to meet up and brain storm with other members from across the country. To find out more information and check out the list of national meetings, click on the link below. We hope to you to attend one yourself soon!
We Are The ALA - American Legion Auxiliary
Why Join the ALA of Indiana
ALA Member Benefits
As an ALA member your value, time, and support to help our mission is appreciated beyond words. The ALA shows gratitude toward the members by offering member resources and benefits from Gallagher Benefits Services, USAA, and other companies.
Service Not Self
How To Get Involved
The American Legion Auxiliary consists of wives, mothers, daughters, sisters, grandmothers, granddaughters, and descendants of veterans who have served our great country during times of war. We've been serving, educating, and
giving support to America's servicemen and women. We strive to fulfill our calling -
Service Not Self .