Upcoming Events

Glitz & Glam Sale

Two BIG weekends:

Thurs., Oct. 31 – Sat., Nov. 2 AND

Thurs. hours: 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Fri. and Sat. hours: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Special Preview Night:  Wed., Oct. 30, 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Refreshments served – $10 per person

Assistance League of Atlanta
Philanthropic Center

6264 Crooked Creek Road
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092 

Community Events

Assistance League of Atlanta participates in community events for visibility and fundraising, increasing our ability to help those at risk.

Annual Glitz and Glam Sale

All year long, we set aside glamorous clothes, furs, shoes, handbags and jewelry for our special Glitz and Glam Sale each fall.  Shoppers are invited to get their glam on and buy their holiday finery at Attic Treasures. You’ll find something for everyone in the family, even the children. This year will be the first time to hold the sale at our Philanthropic Center at 6264 Crooked Creek Road in Peachtree Corners to allow plenty of room to display all our beautiful items.

Furs, both faux and real, are a big hit!
Sequins and lace abound at this sale!

Dunwoody July 4 Parade

The Dunwoody July 4 parade is the largest in the state of Georgia. This event has become one of our long-standing traditions, having participated since 2004 – rain or shine! Our entourage usually consists of a truck, decorated with items from our thrift shop or information about our programs and a convertible with our President on board. Our ground troops carry signs and give out candy to the parade watchers. It’s fun and patriotic and we love doing it!
Chapter President Kathy Wilson-Chu waves to the parade spectators

Children’s Book Drive

Assistance League of Atlanta’s Children’s Book Drive is on-going throughout the year. We  collect and distribute thousands  of books for children in need in the Greater Atlanta area, many of whom never had a book of their very own. Reading stimulates children and forms their view of the world. Through our book drive, we hope to make an impact by making children’s books available to children in lower income homes. The focus of the campaign is children ages 1- 12 but books  up to age 16 are accepted.
Sad Facts
  • 61% of lower income families have no children’s books in the home.
  • This lack of books puts children at a disadvantage, because 75% of students who are poor readers in third grade remain poor readers in high school.
  • The average number of books for this population is one book per 300 children,
Assistance League member volunteers participate by donating money, purchasing books at thrift stores and the American University Women’s Book Sale, sorting donated books and packing them for distribution. As part of National Assistance League’s Legacy of Literacy initiative held on Saturday, February 24,2018, chapter members distributed books to children at the Fiesta de Libros event at the Plaza Fiesta on Buford Highway in Brookhaven and read to the children as well. For more information on how you can help with this worthwhile project, contact us.
The Black Rose Foundation for Children, Inc. partners with Assistance League to benefit children in need.
Member volunteer reads to children at the Fiesta de Libros event



Fashion Shows

Our custom, on-your-site fashion shows, featuring Attic Treasures upscale clothing, shoes and accessories, are wildly popular! If you would like to host a fashion show, contact us. You’ll be surprised at the quality and pizzazz of our fashions!


Peachtree Corners Holiday Parade

Now that our Philathropic Center is located in Peachtree Corners, we joined other area businesses and organizations and marched in  the City of Peachtree Corners “Glow in the Corners” parade this past November. Members decorated a pick-up truck with many holiday items from our thrift store. This was our first Peachtree Corners parade, and it looks like we’ll be making it an annual event.

Peachtree Corners Holiday Parade - November 2017

Assistance League ACTION! Week

This is a National Assistance League annual event with chapters across the U S. helping their communities in their own unique way. This year’s theme was children’s literacy, with al focus on making books more readily available to children in need. Our Atlanta Chapter participated in this event by visiting several area elementary schools, distributing books to the children and reading to them.

Golf Tournament

On Monday May 6, 2019, Assistance League of Atlanta hosted its second annual golf tournament – DRIVING “FORE”WARD – at Bear’s Best Golf Course in Suwanee, GA.  The event included championship golf, breakfast, snacks, full barbecue lunch, prizes for play, raffle prizes, fifty-fifty drawing & a silent auction. Prizes were awarded for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place teams, Closest to the Pin, Longest Drive & Long Putt Contest at the Turn. Free Acura for a hole-in-one.

Golfers ready for a day on the course
Member volunteers take time out from their tournament duties for a photo op

March into Chick-fil-A

In the spring, we partner with the Jett Ferry Road Chick-fil-A® in Dunwoody for this shoe extravaganza event. Customers, large and small, donate gently used shoes, and Chick-fil-A gives them a free Original Chicken Sandwich – a win-win for all. Donated shoes are sold in the shop and proceeds fund Payless shoe vouchers for Operation School Bell® students,some of whom never had a new pair of shoes.
Assistance League of Atlanta Member Volunteers are all smiles after Chick Fil-A Shoe Drive
Member volunteers get ready to sort donated shoes
Chick-Fil-A customers donating shoes

City of Peachtree Corners Festival

Our Philathropic Center is located in Peachtree Corners, so we look forward to participating in the city’s annual celebration in June of each year.  The festival features arts and crafts, live music, fun for the kids and a special car show. At our Assistance League booth, we sell chalk-painted furniture items, painted by our members volunteers, and other novelty items.

Members ready to greet visitors to our booth at the Peachtree Corners Festival