A new annual report chronicles the many ways in which The American Legion performed at the national level in 2011. From its network of accredited service officers to the more than $600,000 raised to provide college money to the children of military personnel killed on duty since 9/11, the Legion reached out and fulfilled the purposes behind its four pillars of service.
The American Legion Consolidated National Report for 2011 offers a snapshot of activities performed in support of the pillars, as well as support services to the organizations, such as communications, membership management and information technology.
The report also provides a listing of training materials, workshops, conferences and other events designed to help members better understand the Legion’s programs and services.
To see the report online, go to http://www.legion.org/american-legion-consolidated-national-report-2011.