The American Legion of Montana
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Dear Legion Family Members and Friends,
Because of its dedicated members, The American Legion is the nation’s largest and most powerful veterans service organization.
Strength in numbers allows us to fight for – and win – legislation benefitting veterans on Capitol Hill. Our large membership fulfills vital missions on behalf of veterans and active-duty servicemembers in every community across our great nation. It is the combined strength of the Legion, Auxiliary, Riders and Sons of The American Legion that honor those who served in ways no one else can – from laying flowers at gravesites to raising funds to help military families in need.
Our programs to support veterans, mentor youth and provide for military families facing hardships would not be as successful without strong and vibrant membership. But don’t take just my word for it. Consider the impact that The American Legion has:
These are just some of the success stories that happen every day, thanks to members of The American Legion. If you haven’t renewed for this year, I strongly encourage you to do so. Renewing is easy. Simply visit www.legion.org/renew to get the process started.
Your membership plays a critical role in sustaining American Legion programs, such as those that provide comfort items for wounded servicemembers, scholarships and programs for young people, as well as immediate financial assistance for veterans coping with the aftermath of natural disaster or economic trouble. Our ability to continue doing what we do – one family and community at a time – depends entirely on you and your continued membership.
Your continued membership is so very important to keep our programs and services strong. If you have not renewed please do so now. Thank you if you are a current member. Please help us by reaching out to get your comrades to also renew.
Legion launches new career platform
INDIANAPOLIS (Nov. 21, 2014) -- The American Legion and its allies in veteran employment and entrepreneurship have launched a new web platform to help those who served in uniform translate military skills to job skills, find employment, start businesses and make successful transitions.
Among the key features of The American Legion’s Veteran Employment Center are:
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