Donating to the American Legion Post 405

Thanks to the support of generous donors like you, The American Legion can continue to provide much-needed assistance to our fellow veterans, service members and their families.

Here are just a few ways your donation can make a life-changing difference for a hero in need:

  • Supply wounded warriors with comfort items during recovery

  • Grant scholarships to children whose parents have been killed as a consequence of the global war on terror

  • Identify the unmet needs of U.S. military, veterans and their families, and provide the necessary resources to meet them

  • Promote and preserve our National history

Be a hero to a hero. Make your gift of support today!

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VBOB MONUMENT

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VBOB Monument Donation

Support the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge monument!. Philadelphia has overlooked our Greatest Generation, and has no monument to WWII in center city.


Annual Post Dinner and Benjamin Franklin Service Award

Please join us for our Annual Dinner in 2019. Date TBD. Dress code is Business Attire. 


Post 405 is partnering with Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing.

 http://projecthealingwaters.org/

http://projecthealingwaters.org/

Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF) is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including education and outings.

post 405 is raising funds to host phwff events in the local area

If you wish to help Veterans through fishing, a donation of any amount is greatly appreciated.

Donate to Healing Waters
 

THE BATTLE FLAG OF THE 127TH US COLORED TROOPS has been restored! The flag will reside in the GAR museum in n. philadelphia

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Your donations have been allowed a significant piece of history to be re-born! Members of this regiment were the only African American soldiers present at Lee's surrender at Appomattox. Organized at camp William Penn, Philadelphia, PA., August 23 1864.  This may be the last remaining US Colored Troops battle flag from the Civil War.