AUSA’s Community Partners are local businesses, large corporations, civic groups, veteran’s organizations, societies and local community groups.
AUSA’S Community Partner Program provides local organizations the opportunity to demonstrate to the community that they support Soldiers and their families while strengthening their own organizational and business objectives.
Community Partner Process
or Download the Community Partner Membership Application (for NEW membership only)
AUSA prohibits applying for membership with a false identity and reserves the right to cancel such memberships. By completing this application, I certify that my information is true and accurate, that I will abide by AUSA’s bylaws, and that I consent to regular contact from AUSA and its affiliates per AUSA’s data protection policy.
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WHAT DOES it cost?
How to Become a Community Partner
When using the online application form, you must pay with a credit card, since payment is due at time of application.
When you apply online using the online application form, you'll be asked to:
- Enter information on the main point of contact for your company, and establish their log-in information.
- Enter Company information
- Enter credit card information for payment
- Review the application
- Submit the form
Upon completion, the point of contact will receive a confirmation e-mail with a receipt.
The point of contact can log in to manage their account immediately, if the application was processed online. You can then access and manage your account as described in the video below.
Please allow 5-7 business days for your new membership application to be processed. Once the application is processed, you will be mailed your company member material.
Questions about Community Partnership?
Contact our Community Partners Team, 1-855-246-6269 or email@example.com.
Trouble with the online application? Contact our IT Support team.
Manage Your Membership
Already a member? Community Partner Points of Contact can add, delete, and edit their Individual Members or donate unused designee spaces to their chapter.