Flags criss-crossed
American Legion Emblem
Flags criss-crossed

American Legion
Post 143 – Methow Valley

The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness.


Click the “Give Methow” Button to contribute to our organization during the month of October.

Charitable Donations to the American Legion are Tax Deductible.

We are an official 501(c)(19) non-profit organization.

Thank You!

Donate During October Only

Give Methow is an online fundraising campaign that supports Methow Valley nonprofits.
  • From October 1-31, visit www.GiveMethow.org to donate to one or more nonprofits.
  • Minimum donation is just $10 and we take care of the credit card fees so 100% of your donation directly support the nonprofits.
  • Donate on a “Funday Monday” and be entered to win additional funds for the participating nonprofit(s) of your choice!
  • All donations are tax-deductible.

Donate Anytime To Our Radio Station

A one-hundred-dollar ($100) Donation to The American Legion Post 143 Radio Station (can be made below) includes a custom made Public Service Announcement (PSA) thanking you for your continuing support.

Also included is a Business Listing on our website as a Sponsor.

Your PSA plays multiple times each week for 1-year, offering a great opportunity for local advertising!

Information about your business will be broadcast to our listeners throughout the valley and beyond such as your telephone, location, and, types of goods and services your business provides area residents.

Donations to American Legion Post 143 Methow Valley support local Veterans in the community, and allow continued fulfillment of our commitment to serve here locally in the Methow Valley.

Post 143 has been serving the Methow Valley for over 100 years and is the last remaining Legion Hall in the valley.

The American Legion’s Four Pillars of Service

“For God and Country…” The four pillars are:

1. Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation

2. National Security

3. Americanism

4. Children & Youth

American Legion Post 0143 Methow Valley serves our community in Twisp WA by hanging flags on participating businesses in our town.
We call this “Flag Service“.

This is how we support our Veterans Hall along with Membership Dues and kindly Donations from the community.

The Four Pillars of Service was the Foundation for the reasons FCC granted our Methow Valley Post 0143  a construction permit for our low-power FM Radio Station.

Our Radio Station Call Letters are KFAC-LP.

Creative Commons Music and local musicians provide a service to the community and our local music artists.

Homegrown and special, with local bands and local people providing community education and entertainment on a Veterans Organization patriotic FM Station.

Twisp has something to teach the world as we grow together serving one another in our small, rural community.

Thank You!