in AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary is open to the mothers, wives, widows,
grandmothers, sisters, daughters and granddaughters of AMVETS and female
veterans who are currently serving or who have honorably served in the Armed
Forces of the United States, including the National Guard and Reserve components,
anytime after September 15, 1940.
For more than 50 years AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary has served veterans
and their communities through programs such as John Tracy Clinic (for hearing,
impaired and deaf children ages 18 months to 5 years), PAWS With a Cause
(who trains Assistance Dogs for people with disabilities), Scholarships,
St. Judes Hospital for Children, Veterans Affairs Volunteer Services
programs (VAVS) and Freedoms Foundation just to mention a few.
Welcome to the Amvets Ladies Auxiliary 115 webpage.
Hopefully, all your questions regarding the Auxiliary will be answered
right here. The who, what, where, why is but a click away.
We were asked and we answered the call of Amvets Post 115 to form an Auxiliary.
We have 23 members currently in the Auxiliary and are recruiting ladies that
believe our veterans are worth the effort and want to join us. The more ladies
involved in this worthy cause, the more support we can give our Veterans.
Won't you please consider joining this band of sisters needed to carry out
our service projects by emailing: Erica Fuentes
Thank you and I look forward to the friends I haven't met yet,
A network of AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary members across the country provides
a teamwork of support for local volunteers. Volunteering is the heart of
AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary. Volunteer services are recognized through an extensive
awards program both on the department and national level.
The AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary 115 participates with and supports
our AMVETS Post 115.
We would like to invite you to become part of our network of volunteers dedicated
to serving our Nations veterans and the local communities in which
they and you reside.