About the Marine Corps League Auxiliary

The Marine Corps League Auxiliary was chartered on September 4, 1937 as a subsidiary organization of the Marine Corps League. On August 25, 1950, the Auxiliary was incorporated under the laws of the District of Columbia as an affiliate of the Marine Corps League. The Auxiliary was formed for the purposes of promoting the interests of the U. S. Marine Corps, the Marine Corps League and to protect and advance the welfare of Marines and their dependents. Auxiliary members participate in a wide variety of programs that benefit and preserve the fundamental rights and freedoms of every person of this Nation, young and old.

Our Team

Emily Johnson

Department President

Janice Miller

Sr Vice President

Mitzy Abeata

Jr Vice President

  • Our Purpose



    To preserve the traditions and to promote the interests of the United States Marine Corps; To maintain true allegiance to America institutions;


    To hold sacred the history and memory of the men and women who have given their lives to this
    To perpetuate the history of the United States Marine Corps and, by fitting acts, to observe the Anniversaries of historical occasions ofparticular interest to Marines;


    To create a bond of comradeship between the Auxiliary and the Marine Corps League, Inc.; To aid voluntarily and to render assistance to all Marines and former Marines, as well as totheir families; To help decorate the graves of all deceased Marines whenever and wherever possible;


    To strive for the passage of legislation favorable to the Marine Corps League, Inc. and to the United States Marine Corps and its personnel; To always foster love of honesty, Loyalty and Truth, and a reverence to our God, Our Country, Our Family and Our Home.

  •  Our Activities


    VA Hospital Volunteers
    Nursing Homes
    Child Welfare and Youth Programs
    Civic Affairs
    Assistance to Elderly
    Aiding Families of Veterans
    Community Support
    Patriotic Programs
    Girl Scout Programs
    Operation Little Angel
    Educational School Programs

  • Getting Involved


    Your involvement is vital to the success of each one of our Units, Departments, Divisions and our Organization. It takes each and every one of us pulling together to get the important work done of serving our Veterans, our families, and our communities.

    3 Things.....

    Without you, the member, there is no Units of the Marine Corps League Auxiliary. There are 3 things each one of you are encouraged to do:  1. Attend monthly meetings;  2. Recruit New Members & renew current Members;  3. Volunteer

  • Quotes


    There was always talk of espirit de corps, of being gung ho, and that must have been a part of it. Better, tougher training, more marksmanship on the firing range, the instant obedience to orders seared into men in boot camp.
    James Brady,
    columnist, novelist, press secretary to President Reagan, television personality

Sponsers of:

· Girl Scouts of America

· Toys for Tots

· Scholarships

· Child Welfare

· Youth Programs

· Operation Little Angel

· And More


Once A Marine....

Once a Marine, always a Marine” is familiar to us all. It is that feeling you get when you see a Marine Corps sticker on a car or a home proudly displaying the Marine Corps flag. All we need to do is knock and that Marine will be there for you. It is not just a tag line for a commercial. That flag is the embodiment of our soul. Despite our many years of service to different causes and in various times, we all have that one tangible thing in common: It is the knowledge that we have all earned the privilege to wear the Eagle, Globe, and Anchor; a symbol that will forever be seared into our hearts.

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