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Website Admin. - Carol Hopson, American Legion Auxiliary Member Since 1969 - Proud Member of M.A.L.P.A.
We invite you to participate
in our current charitable drives and programs
Disabled veterans. Deployed troops with children at home. Job hunters trying to connect the dots
between military service and rewarding careers. Young people looking for mentors to help them
learn, compete and contribute to society. The families of men and women who made the ultimate
sacrifice in defense of our nation. These are just some of the people who benefit from your tax-
deductible donation to American Legion Charities.
Owners of unused vehicles can donate them for tax breaks while benefiting American Legion
programs. The American Legion vehicle donation program accepts trucks, vans, SUVs,
boats, motorcycles, RVs and more. Proceeds from auction sales via Insurance Auto Auctions, Inc.
(IAAI) will go toward Legion charities and programs. IAAI accepts vehicles in almost any condition,
whether they can be driven or not, in all 50 states. IAAI will arrange for free pick up of your vehicle
and will send you a tax receipt and acknowledgement. Those wishing to donate can click on the link
above or call: (844) 353-4466 to learn more.
American Legion Boys State is among the most respected and selective educational programs
of government instruction for U.S. high school students. A participatory program in which students
become part of the operation of local, county and state government, Boys State was founded in 1935.
Legion posts select high school juniors to attend the program. In most cases, individual expenses
are paid by a sponsoring post, a local business or another community-based organization. For more
or in Michigan: http://www.michiganlegion.org/boysstate.html
American Legion Auxiliary Girls State develops leadership skills, confidence and action-based
understanding of the government process that gives young women a lasting foundation for success,
both personally and professionally. The Auxiliary believes that educating youth about the basic ideals
and principles of government will help ensure the survival of our democracy. The program is a week
long immersive learning experience held on a college campus where girls live in “cities” within the
dormitory. The learning, experience, memories, and friendships last a lifetime. For more information:
Please save the aluminum (NON-MAGNETIC) tabs from all of your beverage and pull-tab containers
to donate to our Tabs for Tots Program. The funds provided by turning in this scrap metal goes
toward our many "Children & Youth" programs, including providing needed medical equipment to local
hospital's pediatric wards. Just drop off your tabs at the rear Clubroom door.
Don't forget about our Post's Flag Disposal Drop Box, located at the front of our parking lot at
31775 Grand River Ave. Farmington MI. Help us to ensure that our nation's flags are properly disposed
of with dignity, patriotism and honor when they reach the end of their serviceable career. If Post 346 is
not local to you, many American Legion Posts accept old flags for proper disposal.
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