Who We Are
First and foremost, we are all women veterans who served our country as a member of the US military services during a designated wartime period. We are also members of The American Legion.
All members of the Twenty and Four have rendered service to The American Legion consisting of active leadership as an elected officer, appointed officer, or chairman of a standing committee or have qualified for membership in the Twenty and Four by outstanding and/or continuous service in the programs of The American Legion.
What We Do
A primary goal of the Twenty and Four is to help disabled and needy women veterans. Assistance provided may include guidance in the filing of disability claims, referrals to community programs, employment, housing, clothing and personal care items, and financial assistance. We also provide assistance and comfort to women veterans in hospitals and nursing homes. We visit and call, providing personal care items as needed and loving friendship.
We also promote the programs of The American Legion, supporting aid to veterans and active duty service members, their families and the community. We do this through fundraising, recruiting and participating in local post and community activities.