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Organization’s aid to affected Legionnaires and Legion Family members epitomizes ‘veterans helping veterans.’
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The Legion’s National Emergency Fund ready to assist qualified applicants recovering from severe Midwest tornadoes.
Emergency aid is ‘what the Legion does’
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Response kits are being delivered to departments. Meanwhile, former grant recipients contribute toward fundraising goal.
Since Sept. 1, more than $62,000 has been donated toward National Commander Dellinger’s primary fundraising program.
Legion volunteers mucking out damaged homes, providing financial aid and shelter for Colorado flood victims.
Post 18 in Greeley, Colo., providing National Emergency Fund and Temporary Financial Assistance grants to veterans who qualify.
Donations to NEF go toward helping Legion family members and posts recover in the aftermath of a hurricane, tornado or other disaster.
Legion’s Temporary Financial Assistance has provided aid to 177 families affected by the deadly tornado that hit the state last month.
Nearly 200 families helped after Moore storm; Legion predicts busy summer.
Nearly 200 victims affected by deadly tornado receive financial emergency assistance from the Legion.
The American Legion remains on-site in Moore, Okla., helping veterans with emergency assistance.
The American Legion and Soldier's Wish are on hand in Moore, Okla., assisting veterans affected by the deadly tornado.
Veterans in Moore, Okla., in need of emergency assistance can call (800)-504-4098.
Legion staff, Soldier's Wish on site in Moore, Okla., to provide water, food and other items to help the community.
Rebuilding Together, other entities unite to push Legion Post 143 in New Jersey one step closer to being totally rebuilt after Superstorm Sandy.
Post 235 in Marseilles, Ill., delivers thousands of meals to community members impacted by flooded Illinois River.
American Legion Post 235 in Marseilles is serving 1,000 meals a day to those affected by the Illinois River flood.
Superstorm Sandy left five feet of water inside Post 143 in Highlands, N.J. On Saturday – thanks in part to help from other posts – the recovery continues.
Legion posts offered shelter, meals and other aid in superstorm’s wake.
Throughout the Eastern Seaboard, Legionnaires and posts have done whatever they can to help victims of the storm.
Legionnaires, Auxiliary and SAL open up doors to those affected by superstorm, gather food and supplies, and even provide rescue services.
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National Emergency Fund provides financial assistance to Legionnaires, Legion posts impacted by natural disasters.
The National Emergency Fund can provide direct monetary support to Legionnaires or posts affected by the wildfires.
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The Department of Indiana provides assistance after March tornadoes, with an eye on both immediate and long-term needs of those affected.
The Legion’s National Emergency Fund remains available to assist active Legionnaires and SAL members affected by the severe storms in the South.
Individuals affected by tornadoes, floods, as well as posts, may be eligible for National Emergency Fund assistance.
Many Legionnaires affected by savage weather that has destroyed towns, taken lives and caused billions of dollars in property loss.
Legionnaires and Sons of the American Legion may be eligible for financial assistance through the Legion’s National Emergency Fund.
Fletcher Post 306 opens its doors to community following massive ice storms last winter.