AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary #93, Hospital Officer Kay Kemp took items to Aleda Lutz for Valentine’s Day. She had 128 gift bags which contained Granola bar, 2 chocolate dove hearts and Welch’s fruit snacks; also 64 bottles of water.

AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary #52, along with Sons of AMVETS hosted a Luncheon for Michigan Veterans Foundation in Detroit on Sunday, December 1, 2019. Each Veteran received a gift bag of necessities and coats were raffled off during the event. Kudos to Ladies Auxiliary #52 and their Community Service Chairman, Dannielle Dichtel and all who helped make this possible.

Ladies Auxiliary #57 Preparing for PAWS Fundraiser

Ladies Auxiliary #57 PAWS Fundraiser

Ladies Auxiliary #57 Christmas Party Fundraiser for Military Families at Selfridge

AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary #93, Armada, packing 20 backpacks for Vets Returning Home. The backpacks were filled with Gloves, hats, toiletries and books. President Karen Harmen, Bonnie Rojeski and new member Terri Juengel delivered the backpacks on December 6th. This organization helps Homeless veterans in crisis reclaim Independence

AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary #93,helped lay 990 wreaths at Port Huron Veterans cemetery in honor of Wreaths Across America.

AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary #93 -Armada gave out gift bags of candy and cookies along with bottled water to over 85 Veterans at the Aleda Lutz VA Hospital in Saginaw. Pictured are: President Karen, Sher, Terri, Bernie, June, Carole, Shelly, Kay, Irma and Bonnie.

AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary #93 – Armada, held a Meat Bingo on Thursday, October 17, 2019 for Penrickton.

AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary #93-Armada, served brunch at Ronald McDonald House and delivered boxes and boxes of pull tabs. President Karen, along with Kay, Barb, Susan, June and Bonnie.

Who We are

We are mothers, wives, widows, grandmothers, sisters, daughters, step-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.

What We Do

We serve veterans, their families and communities. We focus on community service and youth development; providing career change, nursing and youth scholarships; assisting hospitalized veterans; sending love and support to active duty military personnel, as well as demonstrating patriotism and civic engagement.

In addition to the organizations within our local communities, the AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary programs actively support the Freedom’s Foundation to foster American history and civic engagement; John Tracy Clinic for deaf and hearing-impaired youth ages 18 months to 5 years; Penrickton Center for Blind and Multi-disabled Children from birth to 12 years old; PAWS with a Cause Assistance Dog training for persons with disabilities; St Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital; and the Veterans Affairs Volunteer Services programs.

Membership

Membership in AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary is open to the mothers, wives, widows, grandmothers, sisters, daughters, step-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. Click here for more information.