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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.
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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.
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.
The Legion’s National Emergency Fund remains available to assist active Legionnaires and SAL members affected by the severe storms in the South.
Fletcher Post 306 opens its doors to community following massive ice storms last winter.
Hurricanes and other natural disasters can strike instantly. When they do, The American Legion's National Emergency Fund is there to help Legionnaires.
American Legion Post 240 was instrumental in the recovery process after a half-mile wide tornado struck the town of Chapman, Kan., on June 11, 2008.