American Legion Charities
Attn: American Legion Legacy Scholarship Donation
P.O. Box 361626
Indianapolis, IN 46236
Financial Aid Offered
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Frequently Asked Questions and More Information
Requesting Scholarship Funds
This information may be updated throughout the year to reflect any changes or to add additional information.
The total amount of Legacy Scholarship money to be awarded varies based on the amount of donations received each year and the total amount of income derived from interest on the trust each year. Fifty percent of each amount is made available for awards each year – beginning with the 2017 award year. Each award made is good for one year and may be up to $20,000. The amount of each award is determined by the financial need of that student as determined by fiscal information provided by the applicant during the application process. Depending on the amount of total money available for award, the number of applicants and the total need in a given year, all applicants might not receive an award. However, The American Legion will strive to offer as many awards as possible.
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Please click the link below to access a request for funds. The request is a fillable pdf, which you may save on your personal computer. When you have completed your form, please, print the form, sign it and you may send the form back to the appropriate office using the information provided on the form.
Donations to the Legacy Scholarship made be made online at www.legion.org/donate or by mail to
Visit Frequently Asked Questions
Since the inception of The American Legion Legacy Scholarship in 2001 following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, The American Legion has offered its support to the children of fallen post-9/11 servicemembers through this scholarship. Beginning with the 2017 award year, The American Legion expanded the scholarship to include children of VA-rated, post-9/11 veterans with a disability of 50 percent or higher. Our organization remains committed to honoring the memory and service of our fallen and disabled comrades by ensuring their children are afforded the best possible educational opportunities.
Despite the best efforts of our federal and state governments to offer financial aid, an ever-broadening gap in funding is still notable. Through its American Legion Legacy Scholarship, The American Legion is able to ensure the children of our fallen and disabled, post-9/11 veterans are able to cover the cost of their educations, including graduate school.
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