American Legion Supporters show their dedication by making a monthly contribution via credit card or checking account. By doing so, these compassionate patriots offer direct, dependable support to The American Legion and the many services we provide to our troops, our veterans, and their families.
All contributions are tax deductible according to IRS regulations.
Because we have just started TV marketing and fundraising campaigns, this information is not yet available. As soon as we have the figure, we will make it available to our valued donors.
Yes! Please make your check payable to the The American Legion and send it to:
The American Legion
Donation Processing Center
PO Box 21009
Tulsa, OK 74121-1009
Yes! Donors who have provided us with an email address will receive receipts via email, and all donors will receive a thank-you letter in the mail.
Yes! Donations in honor or memory of your loved ones are welcomed. Tribute messages and notifications will be sent after your donation is received.
Donors who become an American Legion Supporter by giving a monthly gift of $19 or more (or a one-time gift of $228) will receive a special Legion commemorative coin as a heartfelt thank-you for your generosity.
Your commemorative coin will ship to US addresses or territories as well APOs, FPOs, DPOs.
You can expect your commemorative coin within 2-4 weeks of your donation to the American Legion.
We are currently not shipping packages to foreign countries due to high cost, but we can deliver your commemorative coin to a friend or family member living in the US.
Yes! To receive more information related to bequests, planned giving, or corporate donations, please contact Michael Pirnat, Deputy Director, Planned Giving & Major Gifts, 317-860-3006.
Please contact The American Legion Donor Relations Department at 844-428-4469 between 8:00 am to 6:00 pm EST or email LegionTV@legion.org.
Founded in 1919, The American Legion is the nation’s largest veterans organization, with nearly 2.4 million members worldwide.
No. The American Legion receives no money or grants from the federal government. Our service programs are sustained by contributions from generous people like you.
No. The American Legion programs pick up and fill the void left by government agencies. This is especially true given government budget cut-backs, which have made the need for Legion services greater over the past several years.
The American Legion National Headquarters
700 N Pennsylvania St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
The Legion ensures that veterans have economic opportunities through education, job fairs, VA home loans, business development, and career training, licensing and certification.
Legion service officers are specially trained and certified to provide expert assistance, free of charge, to veterans and their families seeking disability benefits, health-care services, medical records, and other forms of government support.
Operation Comfort Warriors meets the needs of wounded, injured, or ill military personnel by providing them with comfort items and recreational opportunities, such as loose clothes for burn victims, video games, books, physical rehabilitation equipment, and tickets to amusement parks and baseball games.
Family Support Network provides help for military families who need child care, yard work, chores, household repairs, and other forms of assistance, free of charge.
The American Legion Temporary Financial Assistance (TFA) program awards cash grants to minor children of veterans who are eligible for American Legion membership. These grants help families in need meet the cost of shelter, food, utilities, and health expenses, thereby keeping the child or children in a more stable environment.
The American Legion provides relief for veterans and their families in the wake of disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and wildfires through the National Emergency Fund.
If you or a loved one needs suicide, depression, or PTSD support, please call :
A directory of local American Legion offices and chapters with phone numbers can be accessed here.
Yes! If you are interested in volunteering with The American Legion, you can learn about volunteer opportunities on our website.