The Ladies Auxiliary

The Royal Canadian Legion and its Ladies Auxiliaries are making a significant contribution to the quality of life in Canada.

Ladies Auxiliary to BC/Yukon Command

In the Ladies Auxiliary to BC/Yukon Command we have 80 Ladies Auxiliaries. Each Auxiliary holds monthly meetings with the exception of July and August.

Our funding is raised through catering events, bake sales and the operation of licensed gaming events such as bingo and/or raffles.  We look after veterans in hospitals such as George Derby Centre, St. Vincent’s Brock Fahrni Pavilion and the Lodge at Broadmead (Victoria) and provide Christmas gifts for the veterans in these facilities.

We visit the sick and shut-ins throughout BC/Yukon Command.  We work with our Branches on various projects such as the Annual Poppy Campaign and BC Senior Games. We also help with funding the Chair of Family Practice and the Legion Foundation. We  purchase tracksuits and backpacks for BC athletes attending the national Track and Field Championships and clinics.

We are always looking for new members.

The Ladies Auxiliary

Read more about the Ladies Auxiliary to BC/Yukon Command. It is a group of women/men who work together to further the aims and objects of The Royal Canadian Legion; which is first and foremost the welfare of ex-service personnel and their dependents.

Members of the Executive Board

Ladies Auxiliary Executive 2017

Carol Lumb

Carol Lumb

President

Joyce Knecht

Joyce Knecht

1st Vice-President

Maralyn Walsh

Maralyn Walsh

Secretary

Trudine Wilson

Trudine Wilson

Treasurer

Gail Graham

Gail Graham

Ways and Means

Trudine Wilson

Trudine Wilson

Ways and Means

Gail Graham

Gail Graham

Sick and Visiting

We Serve

The Royal Canadian Legion and its Ladies Auxiliaries are making a significant contribution to the quality of life in Canada. By joining the Legion, you will have the opportunity to become involved with your community and the Legion will be enriched by the enthusiasm, energy and new ideas that you would bring to the Branch. Such qualities are always required to maintain a dynamic progressive organization.

The Aims and Objects of the Ladies Auxiliary are to assist the Branch in seeing to the maintenance and comfort of disabled, sick and needy ex-service personnel and their dependents and to co-operate with the Branch in the promotion and carrying out of all the aims and objects of The Royal Canadian Legion.

“When communities come together to Remember the Fallen, to Remember why Canada is a benevolent Nation and to Remember why Canadians are respected for service to humanity, it is the Legion who is there to lead the way.”

Women/men who are interested in the work of an Auxiliary and to promote comradeship may join. The sole purpose of joining a Ladies Auxiliary is strictly to assist a Branch of The Royal Canadian Legion in carrying out its work in behalf of all exservice personnel, their  dependents and the community. It is not necessary for an applicant to be related to past or present military personnel.

For more information, please contact the Ladies Auxiliary in your community or area. You can also write to:

Ladies Auxiliary to BC/Yukon Command
The Royal Canadian Legion
#101 – 17618 58th Avenue Surrey, BC V3S 1L3 Phone: (604) 575-8840

Email: lesley.maudsley@legionbcyukon.ca
Website: www.legionbcyukon.ca