The Ladies Auxiliary, which was founded in 1914 to help veterans
and their families, is the backbone of VFW volunteer efforts.
Promoting patriotism and helping veterans in need are just two
of the many ways that the Auxiliary serves America's communities.
The Ladies Auxiliary also has its own volunteer programs
directed at VA, state and community hospitals.
Ladies Auxiliary VFW Members are...
Women who are eligible for membership in the
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States shall be eligible
for dual membership in the Ladies Auxiliary.
Ladies Auxiliary Programs
The members of the Ladies Auxiliary VFW are committed to serving
veterans and their families, promoting pride in America, teaching
young people about the cost of freedom, and serving the
community. To meet these goals the organization's 616,439 members
throughout the United States, Guam and Panama conduct the
following programs. Please check them in the Program Guide.