The purposes and principles of the American Legion Auxiliary’s Children & Youth program, in general, are the same as those of The American Legion.
The Children & Youth (C&Y) program emphasizes protecting, caring for, and supporting children and youth, particularly those of veterans’ and military families. Every American Legion Auxiliary unit should have a C&Y chairman. Larger units may want to select a C&Y Committee to work with the chairman. Under guidance of the unit president, the C&Y chairman should work within her community to protect, care for, and support children and youth. Auxiliary C&Y chairmen may want to work together with their American Legion post’s C&Y chairman on projects and events in the community.
Duties of the Unit Children & Youth Chairman
Make sure the pledge of care and protection for children of veterans is carried out through service work, or through direct cash assistance to needy families if necessary.
Provide leadership for the unit on all matters pertaining to children.
Cooperate with other responsible organizations and agencies of the community whose work is in the interest of children.
Submit mid-year and annual reports of C&Y activities and plans, to the membership of the unit, and to the district or department C&Y chairman.
This year, the Department is selling shirts as a special fundraiser for Camp Corral and Operation Military Support.
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