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Legion volunteers contribute more than 900,000 hours at various veterans facilities. We want to know more about those volunteers.
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Team Rubicon’s rapid response to natural disasters gives combat veterans the challenge they crave.
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Legion VAVS representatives now total more than 8,800; goal remains to increase total hours donated to 1 million.
Legionnaire spends her days as an operating room nurse, her spare time as a VA volunteer.
130 injured veterans, along with their families and supporters, are on Ride 2 Recovery trip around historic World War II landmarks.
Legionnaires provide more than 900,000 volunteer hours at VA medical facilities in 2010; hitting seven digits the goal for this year.
10 Christmas baskets presented to homeless veterans at Southeast Veterans Service Center.
Legion representatives attend ceremony that honors Ride 2 Recovery cyclists and celebrates the program’s planned expansion.
Segment on cycling program for veterans will appear on NBC Nightly News at 6:30 p.m. EST.
Wounded warrior cyclists are leaving Minneapolis, riding nearly 530 miles to the site of the Legion's 92nd National Convention.
Legion, other VSOs meet with Sen. John Warner, Corporation for National and Community Service to discuss ways to improve volunteer opportunities.
Organization dedicated to preserving affordable home ownership will partner on repair project with Legion in Milwaukee.
Legion departments soon to have opportunity to partner with Habitat for Humanity in "Veterans Build" projects across the country.
The ride will continue through Virginia all week and ending Saturday, June 5, in Virginia Beach.
VA secretary praises those who devote their time, effort toward helping America's veterans during NAC meeting.
Volunteering opportunities for the entire Legion family explored during recent meeting.
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April conference brings together more than 60 organizations that participate in VA Volunteer Service.
Award recipient feels 'really good inside' about the work he does for fellow veterans.
American Legion VA&R staff spent Veterans Day on the Washington Mall, greeting veterans and handing out items.
New Habitat ‘toolkit’ engages civilians and servicemembers.
Legionnaires across the nation volunteered 916,598 hours of their time at VA medical centers and other facilities, saving VA – and taxpayers – about $18.5 million.
Medically discharged from the Marines with impaired vision, David Whittaker went to graduate school and then worked for an airline.
Four houses for homeless veterans on Cypress Street in Moon Township, Pa., got an “extreme makeover” for their kitchen areas – courtesy of a Pittsburgh-based company, Wyatt, Inc.
Thanks to thousands of votes cast by Legionnaires and others, a house for homeless veterans in Philadelphia will get a $45,000 renovation from Home and Garden Television.
The movement to register voters at VA health-care facilities last year triggered an unexpected - but critical - wave of volunteerism.