This site is dedicated to finding the Marines you served with as well as providing a means of connecting with other Marines.
This site will provide you with all the information you'll need to get your school or youth organization involved with a fitness program that has helped young individuals reach their goals for more than 38-years. What began as an experimental competition in one New York high school is now national in scope and growing. In fact, young Americans are taking part in this program from all across the United States as well as from Great Britain, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and other parts of the World. Being a part of the national program includes taking an active role in ensuring the young people of America are of sound mind and body.
Members of the Marine Corps League fund scholarships through donations from individual members and subordinate units of the Marine Corps League and Auxiliary. Children and former Marines are eligible for academic scholarships for attendance at accredited colleges and universities.
Marine Corps League Detachments in nearly every community take part annually in the United States Marine Corps Reserve Toys-For-Tots campaign to raise funds and collect and distribute toys to needy children. In communities where there is an existing Marine Corps Reserve Unit, the League works hand in hand supporting their campaign. In other communities, the Marine Corps League takes the lead, ensuring a successful campaign.