Philanthropic Programs

Operation School Bell®

Students, grades pre K – 12, have the opportunity to shop at a designated Kohl’s or Target store.  They select their clothing based on individual needs and circumstances.  All receive a personal hygiene kit.  Their smiles as they leave the store are as big as the bags they are carrying!

Operation Cinderella

Provides high school seniors in need with everything necessary, from formal dresses to tux rental gift certificates, for a positive prom experience.

Operation Support Our Schools

Provides a variety of support services to at-risk students on nineteen campuses located in the Clear Creek and Dickinson Independent School Districts.

Assault Surivor Kit Assembly #1

Assault Survivor Kits®

Provides clothing and hygiene kits for victims of domestic and sexual assaults whose clothing has been retained by law enforcement as evidence.

Ready for Work

Provides men and women identified by the United Way of Greater Houston THRIVE Center at Bay Area and The Bridge Over Troubled Waters with interview and job appropriate clothing.

Barnes and Noble #1

Community Outreach

Provides opportunities to meet one-time or emergency needs in the service area.

2019-2020 Statistics

$779

thousand dollars returned to our community

$353

thousand dollars earned from chapter fundraisers

29

thousand hours volunteered

News & Events

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Chapter Celebrates Expansion with Re-Grand Opening Ribbon-Cutting

Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors recently commemorated the Resale Shop’s expansion with a Re-Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting. The ribbon-cutting was held in conjunction with the Resale Shop’s Holiday shopping event, Tis the Season, that concluded on Saturday, December 19. Expansion efforts began in the fall of 2019 and concluded around the shop’s 10th […]

Assistance League of the Bay Area Awarded $10,000 from Hamman Foundation

Assistance League® of the Bay Area was blessed to receive funds from the George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation. As a result of a compelling grant narrative, the foundation awarded the chapter $10,000. These funds are designated for the chapter’s largest philanthropic program, Operation School Bell®.

Assistance League of the Bay Area Supports Individuals Re-entering the Workforce through Ready for Work

Assistance League“® of the Bay Area provides interview and job-appropriate clothing to individuals who have been referred by the United Way of Greater Houston Bay Area THRIVE Center or The Bridge Over Troubled Waters facility in Pasadena through the philanthropic program, Ready for Work. Ready for Work offers an opportunity for men and women who […]

Assistance League of the Bay Area Continues Providing Nutritional Snacks

The Operation Support Our Schools Committee has been working diligently with the Student Support Specialists from Communities In Schools – Bay Area to provide some holiday cheer for local students and families in need. Stephanie Hornung, the Student Support Specialist for Space Center Intermediate School, put together 20 food boxes for the families of her […]

Assistance League of the Bay Area Partners with Resale Shops in ‘We Rise by Lifting Each Other Up’ Campaign

The marketing campaign with Changes Resale, A Lot of Panache, and Baubles & Beads of League City concluded after Thanksgiving. On November 28, Kim Sheffield, owner of Changes Resale, and Amy LeVick, owner of A Lot of Panache, live-streamed drawing the winner of the two-month promotion who received a $50 gift certificate to the four […]

Assistance League’s Operation School Bell Provides Items to Student Who Experienced a House Fire

Although the chapter’s largest philanthropic program, Operation School Bell®, is on pause until January, catastrophic situations are addressed. Stephanie Hornung, Communities In Schools – Bay Area Student Support Specialist at Space Center Intermediate, received clothing for a 7th-grade student whose family lost everything in a house fire.

News & Events

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Chapter Celebrates Expansion with Re-Grand Opening Ribbon-Cutting

Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors recently commemorated the Resale Shop’s expansion with a Re-Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting. The ribbon-cutting was held in conjunction with the Resale Shop’s Holiday shopping event, Tis the Season, that concluded on Saturday, December 19. Expansion efforts began in the fall of 2019 and concluded around the shop’s 10th […]

Assistance League of the Bay Area Awarded $10,000 from Hamman Foundation

Assistance League® of the Bay Area was blessed to receive funds from the George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation. As a result of a compelling grant narrative, the foundation awarded the chapter $10,000. These funds are designated for the chapter’s largest philanthropic program, Operation School Bell®.

Assistance League of the Bay Area Supports Individuals Re-entering the Workforce through Ready for Work

Assistance League“® of the Bay Area provides interview and job-appropriate clothing to individuals who have been referred by the United Way of Greater Houston Bay Area THRIVE Center or The Bridge Over Troubled Waters facility in Pasadena through the philanthropic program, Ready for Work. Ready for Work offers an opportunity for men and women who […]

Assistance League of the Bay Area Continues Providing Nutritional Snacks

The Operation Support Our Schools Committee has been working diligently with the Student Support Specialists from Communities In Schools – Bay Area to provide some holiday cheer for local students and families in need. Stephanie Hornung, the Student Support Specialist for Space Center Intermediate School, put together 20 food boxes for the families of her […]

Assistance League of the Bay Area Partners with Resale Shops in ‘We Rise by Lifting Each Other Up’ Campaign

The marketing campaign with Changes Resale, A Lot of Panache, and Baubles & Beads of League City concluded after Thanksgiving. On November 28, Kim Sheffield, owner of Changes Resale, and Amy LeVick, owner of A Lot of Panache, live-streamed drawing the winner of the two-month promotion who received a $50 gift certificate to the four […]

Assistance League’s Operation School Bell Provides Items to Student Who Experienced a House Fire

Although the chapter’s largest philanthropic program, Operation School Bell®, is on pause until January, catastrophic situations are addressed. Stephanie Hornung, Communities In Schools – Bay Area Student Support Specialist at Space Center Intermediate, received clothing for a 7th-grade student whose family lost everything in a house fire.

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