Together, we make a difference

Welcome to American Legion Lovettsville Post 1836. The post was established in 2018 in Lovettsville, Virginia

Our post is a member of the Department of Virginia, Northern Region, 16th District.

The post consists of the American Legion Post supports community parades, town ceremonies, and national holidays such as Memorial Day and the 4th of July.

Our mission is to support veterans in any way we can. We help them with their needs or simply provide a place for camaraderie.

We have a Post Service Officer ready to assist veterans with the Veteran’s Administration as needed.

We are a family-oriented post and welcome all.

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 died on active-duty or incurred a 50-percent VA disability since Sept. 11, 2001, Identify the unmet needs of U.S. military personnel, veterans, and their families, and provide the necessary resources to meet them.
Be a hero to a hero. Make your gift of support today.

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  1. All,
    On behalf of Walk 4 Mountains, I would like to personally thank you for your support to our Walk 4 Mountains – A Walk for Breast Cancer 2018. This event could not have been a success without your help and the help of many others who donated gifts and time throughout our wonderful community. Thank you so much for your generosity and support with adding an extra cheer station! People were so thankful of the hard work you do! Debbie, it was so nice to meet you in person finally! The American Legion always does so much for our community and we so appreciate the support.

    The American Legion Lovettsville Post 1836 helped raise funds for three local groups; Loudoun Breast Health Network and Step Sisters and the Local Chapter of the American Cancer Society. All of which are wonderful local organizations that support those in the thick of treatment right here at home. They help pay bills, take care of children, yard work, and house cleaning, rides to chemotherapy – things that do not take care of themselves when you are sick. Thanks to the hard work and the assistance of volunteers like you, these patients are getting the help they need at the time when they need it the most.

    Once again, thank you all for your many efforts and contributions to Walk 4 Mountains – A Walk 4 Breast Cancer 2018!

    Thank you for your service,
    Nicole Clark
    Founder Walk 4 Mountains

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