American Legion Programs
Programs That Change Lives
Families and children in need, youth mentoring, veterans assistance and advocacy from the local community to Capitol Hill.
Learn more about the Youth Programs by viewing the different programs the American Legion has been a part of for years.
Children And Youth
Learn more about the Charities by viewing the different charities the American Legion has been a part of for years.
Learn more about the Veterans Services by viewing the how the programs can help you and your families.
American Legion Utah Boys State is among the most respected civic educational programs for high school students. LEARN MORE>
The American Legion sponsors American Legion Baseball to give players an opportunity to develop their skills, personal fitness, leadership qualities and to have fun. LEARN MORE>
The American Legion Oratorical Contest exists to develop
deeper knowledge and appreciation for the U.S. Constitution.
JR. Shooting Sports
The American Legion Junior Shooting Sports Program is a gun safety education and marksmanship program that encompasses the basic elements of safety, education, enjoyment and competition. LEARN MORE>
Children And Youth
Temporary Financial Assistance (TFA)
The American Legion Temporary Financial Assistance (TFA) program has awarded cash grants to minor children of current active duty or American Legion members. LEARN MORE>
National Emergency Fund
The Preamble to The American Legion Constitution sums up the theme of the National Endowment Fund. LEARN MORE>
Family Support Network
The American Legion recognizes that families of active-duty and deployed military personnel face unique difficulties and hardships. LEARN MORE>
Sons of The American Legion clean up Boston cemetery
Members of The Sons of The American Legion Detachment of Massachusetts joined other Boston-area civic groups to clean and repair headstones at the Mount Hope Cemetery in Boston, Mass. The group also placed flags on the graves of hundreds of veterans buried at the cemetery.
Currently, over 110,000 American Legion Riders meet in over 2,000 chapters in every domestic department and in at least three foreign countries.