Refreshing your wardrobe or home décor every now and then can be a great thing. The same is true for websites.
The American Legion Auxiliary’s national website was recently refreshed and is still stocked with the same content. Even the address is the same: www.ALAforVeterans.org. Our site continues to illustrate how ALA members help and honor veterans, military, and their families; promote patriotism; mentor youth; and encourage good citizenship.
“Getting a website refresh is like changing your outfit — you’re still the same person underneath. Our site looks sharp and modern, and it has the same information that was available there before,” said Stephanie Abisi, director of Operations Management at ALA National Headquarters. Abisi spearheaded the website refresh effort, working alongside ALA National Headquarters’ Webmaster Travis Perkins.
The refreshed site continues to offer important information and resources for Auxiliary members at any stage of their ALA experience, whether they are senior or Junior members, Abisi said.
Need the Unit Guide Book? Membership application forms? Information about starting a Troop Care Package Program? You’ll still find all of that, and more, on the national site.
“We really took the time to think through how our members engage with the website content, and how the public engages with it. The site is designed so that someone unfamiliar with the American Legion Auxiliary can look at it and easily see what we do and what we’re all about,” Abisi added.
MyAuxiliary member portal
“Developed with ALA members in mind, the MyAuxiliary portal on our refreshed site is a go-to location for members-only content — forms, national committee information and documents, policies and procedures, training information, how-to resources, and downloadable recruitment tools,” Perkins said.
Using MyAuxiliary, members can now …
Access the following information about themselves:
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.