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American Legion Post 14 Supports PV Non-Profits

September 11, 2013
American Legion Post 14 of Puerto Vallarta has been busy this summer helping many Banderas Bay area non-profits with weekly building maintenance and repair projects to improve our various institutions.

Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico - Our American Legion Post 14 of Puerto Vallarta has been really busy helping many of our non-profits with weekly projects in various locations around Banderas Bay during these summer months.

One of the main methods Post 14 contributes to the community is through various fundraising efforts. Another way we help is to provide necessary resources and manpower to improve various institutions in the Banderas Bay area.

These institutions include Day Care Centers, Senior Citizens Homes, Schools for the Disabled and Deaf, Public Schools in rural areas and other private institutions needing building maintenance.

The School for the Deaf in San Vicente del Mar, Nayarit, received a lot of needed maintenance on the interior and exterior. The American Legion, through the Jay Sadler Project, paid for everything and the Piratas M.C. (Harley Davidson Riders) assisted the American Legion.

Busca un Amigo (Project Pitillal) is a child care center for rehabilitation of needy children with Cerebral Palsy. This project included repairing the wall.


Other American Legion Post 14 projects:

Restored water to bathrooms and rebuilt the sinks and toilets at Boca de Tomatlan Jr. Sr. High School, and also improved the playground.

Repairing the tile roof at Santa Barbara Rehabilitation Clinic, DIVAC - Ongoing

Repair, raise wall & install sidewalk at Busca un Amigo - In progress

Repairs at Guamuchil playground (10,000 pesos)

Set up a maintenance program for Aurora playground through DIF - In progress

Additional classrooms at School for the Deaf - Ongoing

The Jay Sadler Project: Assists the American Legion membership in their desire to fulfill a social contribution to the community of Banderas Bay. It also provides the necessary resources that enable Military Veterans to actively help various institutions through building maintenance and upkeep. To learn more about this wonderful cause, please Contact Us.

Youth Football: TorpedosPV is inviting all children between 7 and 18 years and girls between 7 and 13 to play American football. They still need children, mostly between 7 and 11, all are welcome. They also accept donations for underprivileged children that would like to play but are unable to cover the cost. If you are interested, they can do it by exchange of advertising either in the uniform of the player or putting their promos in the local games that we will have during the season. Thanks from the TorpedosPV. Click HERE to learn more, or HERE to contact us.

A big thanks goes out to our Navy League of Puerto Vallarta who have been a great help in all our ongoing projects.

If you are going to be in Puerto Vallarta and would like to help us help the local community, please complete this short volunteer sign-up. Thank you and we hope to see you soon.
The American Legion's Community Relations (COMREL) program provides necessary resources to improve various charities and non-profit institutions in the Banderas Bay area. Meetings are held every 1st Thursday and 3rd Tuesday. Visit AmericanLegion14.org for more info and meeting locations.