DETACHMENT GUIDING PRINCIPLES
We are a veterans organization that isn't cut from the same clothe as most. We support our local communities while doing things the 'right way', for the 'right reasons', while supporting Veterans and their families.
If you are an honorably discharged Marine, Navy Fleet Marine Forces (FMF) Chaplain or Corpsman; you deserve to be a part of an organization that understands you, will have your back and puts you first. And, does the same with every Veteran we are fortunate to forge a relationship with.
why the marine corps league?
Marines are the only branch of service that calls you the same thing when you are out of the service as when you were in, a Marine. No matter where you served, and for how long, Marines stepped on the same yellow footprints and will be there when a fellow brother or sister is in need. Don't miss out on the camaraderie that exists in and around Ellis County with Marines in the Marine Corps League!
wHAT WE DO FOR YOU
As a Veterans Service Organization, Nonprofit Corporation, we offer several programs and services that in one way or another benefit all members, Veterans that are not members, and community members and organizations. Wherever you are on that spectrum we are here to help you, as a Veteran, or as a community member or organization that wants to help Veterans.
We utilize the leadership learned while in service to benefit others while out of service
We maintain an extensive list of Resources on this website to assist Veterans in finding ones in a time of need
We strive to make an impact within and outside of the Veteran community in and around Ellis County
We schedule events that pertain to Veterans in our community and include non Veterans every chance we can
FUNDING ASSISTANCE IN TRYING HOURS
Our Project F.A.I.T.H. program is our newest addition of programs designed to aid and assist Veterans in and around our County community. Project F.A.I.T.H. is a program you can either get support from or support the program's efforts to help others in their time of need.
Check out the Project F.A.I.T.H. web page.