American Legion posts have an opportunity to share the great work they are doing in their local community through the completion of the Consolidated Post Report (CPR).
The CPR was established for posts to document external activities, such as volunteer and fundraising efforts, funeral honors and youth programs. This data is collected by National Headquarters to help quantify – for Congress, American Legion media, national leadership and more – the good that American Legion posts do in their communities every year.
Over 6,000 reports have been received out of the more than 12,300 American Legion posts. It is National Commander Paul E. Dillard’s goal to receive 100% reporting.