Chair: Ivy Herrera-Garcia
The Auxiliary Emergency Fund (AEF) is a national grant assistance program that provides temporary emergency assistance to eligible members of the American Legion Auxiliary who have endured a significant financial setback as the result of an act of nature or other type of personal crisis.
An Auxiliary Emergency Fund grant may provide immediate emergency assistance to American Legion Auxiliary members in areas devastated by a natural disaster, such as fire, flood, hurricane, tornado, earthquake, or other severe weather. The applicant must have received damage to the primary residence and/or been displaced or evacuated from the residence and had out-of-pocket expenses for food, clothing, and shelter. Grants may be awarded up to $2,400.
An Auxiliary Emergency Fund grant may provide temporary assistance to eligible members during a time of financial crisis when no other source of aid is readily available to pay for shelter, food, and utilities. Grants may be awarded up to $2,400 with the intent is to help members who have suffered a financial setback and offer a helping hand until financial stability is reestablished. Assistance will not be granted to pay medical expenses or credit card debt.
Auxiliary Emergency Fund (AEF)
AEF Application Eligibility: The applicant must be an American Legion Auxiliary (ALA) member that has maintained ALA membership for three consecutive years (the current year and immediate past two years). One grant per grantee in a 12-month period will be awarded. Applicant must have exhausted all other financial options and be able to provide past due bills.
this will provide you with the online application as well as the paper application.
be sure that each of your members have a brochure and knowledge of the program.
Auxiliary Emergency Fund
Penny Jar Challenge
AEF Disaster Grant
AEF Temporary Assistance Grant
AEF Award Cover Sheet
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