Make a Difference


You can make a difference; your generous donations will be used for the welfare of veterans. You will provide resources for the homeless, aid and comfort for the hospitalized veteran and support for their families. You can help educate, provide leadership opportunities andpromote patriotismfor Delaware’s youth.


“You Believe In Making A Difference.” Provide meaningful service, touch hearts and help change lives. There is a volunteer opportunity that’s right for YOU!.You can still make a difference, Volunteer! Opportunities are flexible, contact us and let us know your areas of interest

Become a Member

Join the largest women’s patriotic service organization dedicated to serving the brave individuals who sacrifice to keep us safe.As an Auxiliary member you have the opportunity to impact the lives of veterans, advocate and ensure that our nation meets its obligations, develop our youth and serve in Delaware’s community.

Veterans Affairs

A powerful expression of gratitude for veteran’s military service and sacrifice; to work to enhance their lives…



Don’t miss anything. Our online calendar includes Department
of Delaware and Unit events.
Find the event that is right
for YOU!


Girl State

Become a girl state citizen.
Work with other talented girls,
make new friends, developleadership
and public speaking


Welcome! To The American Legion Auxiliary, Department Of Delaware

We belong to the largest women’s patriotic service organization in the world. The women of the auxiliary have a family member(s) who honorably served or are serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. We are also privileged to have auxiliary members who honorably serve or have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.

Honoring these men and women and the belief in the founding principles of our organization; has bought women of diverse backgrounds together with the common purpose of serving veterans, active duty service members, promoting patriotism, and developing our youth.

We invite you to learn more; contact us with questions about our programs, membership or volunteering!

The American Legion Legislative Agenda.pdf  

The American Legion Auxiliary supports the legislative agenda of
The American Legion.
Click on the link above and learn about the key issues!

 Personal Branding, Hiring and Transiting Fair for service members, veterans and their spouses;click on link to view flyer! Dover AFB Summit Flyer   

American Legion Auxiliary Nursing Scholarship
Deadline: March 31, 2017

Eligibility: Delaware senior who is the son, daughter or grandchild of a veteran with financial need and who plans to be a nurse.
Award: Varies.
Contact: Apply via email to request application or contact:
Tina Washington, Executive Secretary
American Legion Auxiliary
25109 Prettyman Road
Georgetown, DE 19947


Girls State Program Fundraiser 

These rocking chairs (2) are a wonderful way to show your pride and support a good cause – they are crafted with 7-step finish by the Hinkle Family of Springfield, Tennessee and are a special edition to the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store.

Branch emblems available are Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard and Armed Forces (flag)

Ticket booklets hold 6 tickets. Each booklet is $5.00
Drawing will be May 13,2017 during the ALA – DEC Meeting
Emblem will be chosen by winner
Please see any Unit President for tickets

General George R. “Doc” Law Annual Golf Benefit

General George R. “Doc” Law Annual Golf Benefit
May 19th 2017
Hosted By: Sons of The American Legion Squadron 28
At Sussex Pines Country Club
To Support The Home of the Brave II
Please sign up before May 5th, 2017, so we can plan our menu, First 88 paid players only

Application and Sponsor Form

The House of Representatives has a new Wounded Warrior Employment (Fellowship) Program Director.

Mac Tolar is the new director and, he’s looking to hire Wounded, Ill and Injured Warriors for employment in Congressional offices on Capitol Hill or, in District offices across America.

If you know a Service Member or want more info on this great program, please contact Mac Tolar on the CC line or me.

Thanks and all the best,
Maj Gen Mike Regner
US Marine Corps (Retired)

A couple of bullet points about the program:
* Must have 30% service connected disability
* Must have served on active duty since 9/11
* Cannot have 20 year retirement (medical retirement is ok).

Mac Tolar
Wounded Warrior Fellowship Program
United States House of Representatives
Please reach to Mr. Mac Tolar at as your Primary Point of Contact. 2/17

National Veterans Creative Arts Festival
Festival: October 23 – 29, 2017
VA medical facilities incorporate
creative arts into their recreation therapy programs to further the rehabilitation milieu for both inpatients and outpatients. This annual competition recognizes the progress and recovery made through that therapy, and raises the visibility of the creative achievements of our Nation’s Veterans after disease, disability or life crisis.

Events Open to the Public – Sunday, October 29, 2017 Art Exhibit and Creative Writers Meet & Greet – 12 Noon – 1:45 p.m. Stage Show – 2:00 p.m. Venue location to be announced in July, 2017



Legionaire Newspaper Official Publication of the American Legion Department of Delaware!

Eastern Division National Vice President
will visit Delaware March 24-26, 2017

Patricia H. (Patti) Lach – Department of Maryland: Francis Scott Key Unit 11
Eligibility: Through husband William J. Lach, retired, Army.

Offices and chairmanships held: Unit: Held most all committees and served as sergeant-at-arms, vice president, and president. District: Chaired Junior Activities and ALA Girls State, and served as secretary and president. Department: President; ALA Girls State vice director and director and staff member/counselor; Scholarship Committee; and various convention/special committees. National: NEC and Alternate NEC, National Convention chairman, and National Convention delegate.

Professional/personal background (work, memberships, family information): Patti retired from the federal government after 38 ½ years in 2007. She is a life member of the American Legion Auxiliary and AMVETS Auxiliary. Bill and Patti will be married 46 years this July. They have three children and five grandchildren. Patti enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time at their beach house with her husband and their grandchildren.

National President will visit Delaware 
April 4 – April 7, 2017

Mary E. Davis, of Lacey, Wash., was elected national president of the American Legion Auxiliary (ALA) during the organization’s 96th National Convention in Cincinnati, held Aug. 26-Sept. 1. 
Davis has held numerous leadership positions in the organization at the unit, district, and department levels. At the national level, she chaired many committees and served special appointments, including work on the ALA’s 5-Year Centennial Strategic Plan and designated director for the American Legion Auxiliary Foundation. She is a member of Pat Tillman Memorial Unit 53 in DuPont, Wash.
As a member of the ALA for 40 years, Davis has chosen to highlight ALA Member Pride for her term as national president. “Each and every day as we work our programs, serve our veterans, help our military families, or make a difference in the life of a child, we swell with pride because of the difference we make,” Davis said during her inaugural speech. “I call that ALA Member Pride. Pride in one’s accomplishments, pride in making a difference in another’s life, and pride in belonging to an organization that embodies the mission work of the American Legion Auxiliary.”
Davis is eligible for membership through her late father R. Garnett Boots, an Army Air Corps veteran of WWII; her mother Helen Babb Boots, also a WWII veteran who served in the Women’s Army Corps; her husband Dale Davis, retired Army, Vietnam-era veteran; and her son Robert Davis, a Desert Storm Air Force veteran.

Mission and Vision

Mission Statement

In the spirit of Service, Not Self, the mission of the American Legion Auxiliary is to support The American Legion and to honor the sacrifice of those who serve by enhancing the lives of our veterans, military, and their families, both at home and abroad. For God and Country, we advocate for veterans, educate our citizens, mentor youth, and promote patriotism, good citizenship, peace and security.

Vision Statement

The vision of the American Legion Auxiliary is to support The American Legion while becoming the premier service organization and foundation of every community providing support for our veterans, our military, and their families by shaping a positive future in an atmosphere of fellowship, patriotism, peace and security.

What We Do?

We serve veterans at home, in hospitals, and in shelters
We serve active-duty military families
We are legislative advocates for veterans and active-duty military families
We promote patriotism and respect for the flag
We award college bound students scholarships
We provide leadership and citizenship youth programs

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