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

$770

thousand dollars returned to our community

$353

thousand dollars earned from chapter fundraisers

29

thousand hours volunteered

News & Events

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I Can See Clearly Now

In observance of Healthy Vision Month 2020, Assistance League of the Bay Area would like to recognize and thank Dr. Thomas J. Thomas, O.D., from Nasa Vision Center for his service to the community. Assistance League has had a steadfast relationship with Nasa Vision Center, dating back to when it was owned by Dr. Melissa […]

Dr. Smith Receives HOPE Award from Assistance League of the Bay Area

Assistance League of the Bay Area recently bestowed their annual Stuart M. Williams HOPE award on Dr. Greg Smith, CCISD Superintendent, at the organization’s Annual Meeting. The HOPE award, which stands for Heroes of Positive Endeavors, is presented to a nonmember, company or group for their significant contribution to the Assistance League of the Bay […]

Assistance League of the Bay Area Celebrates Resale Shop’s 10th Anniversary

On May 19, 2010, Assistance League® of the Bay Area members took a leap of faith and reopened their resale shop, the original one destroyed by Hurricane Ike. Ten years later, the shop has won numerous awards as ‘Best’, generated over $1.5 million in sales, and is ready to reopen its doors very soon, with […]

Assistance League of the Bay Area Receives $2,500 from Friendswood Sam’s Club

Assistance League of the Bay Area would like to acknowledge Sam’s Club Friendswood for their contribution of $2,500. This donation is designated for the philanthropic program, Operation Support Our Schools, a partnership with Communities In Schools – Bay Area. One element of this program is providing nutritional snacks to students on twenty campuses and two clusters in […]

Chapter Receives over $3,300 as ClubCorp Charity Classic Nonprofit Designee

In September 2019, Assistance League® of the Bay Area was designated as one of three nonprofit beneficiaries for the Bay Oaks Country Club’s annual ClubCorp Charity Classic, one of the world’s largest golf and dining charity events hosted by ClubCorp and their private clubs in the community. This event took place on September 13 – […]

Albemarle Foundation Donates Additional $2,500 to Chapter

As a member agency, Assistance League® of the Bay Area is blessed to receive quarterly donations from the Albemarle Foundation. As a result of COVID-19, the foundation gifted the chapter an additional $2500.00, allowing us to reach vulnerable populations during this time.

News & Events

  • All
  • News

I Can See Clearly Now

In observance of Healthy Vision Month 2020, Assistance League of the Bay Area would like to recognize and thank Dr. Thomas J. Thomas, O.D., from Nasa Vision Center for his service to the community. Assistance League has had a steadfast relationship with Nasa Vision Center, dating back to when it was owned by Dr. Melissa […]

Dr. Smith Receives HOPE Award from Assistance League of the Bay Area

Assistance League of the Bay Area recently bestowed their annual Stuart M. Williams HOPE award on Dr. Greg Smith, CCISD Superintendent, at the organization’s Annual Meeting. The HOPE award, which stands for Heroes of Positive Endeavors, is presented to a nonmember, company or group for their significant contribution to the Assistance League of the Bay […]

Assistance League of the Bay Area Celebrates Resale Shop’s 10th Anniversary

On May 19, 2010, Assistance League® of the Bay Area members took a leap of faith and reopened their resale shop, the original one destroyed by Hurricane Ike. Ten years later, the shop has won numerous awards as ‘Best’, generated over $1.5 million in sales, and is ready to reopen its doors very soon, with […]

Assistance League of the Bay Area Receives $2,500 from Friendswood Sam’s Club

Assistance League of the Bay Area would like to acknowledge Sam’s Club Friendswood for their contribution of $2,500. This donation is designated for the philanthropic program, Operation Support Our Schools, a partnership with Communities In Schools – Bay Area. One element of this program is providing nutritional snacks to students on twenty campuses and two clusters in […]

Chapter Receives over $3,300 as ClubCorp Charity Classic Nonprofit Designee

In September 2019, Assistance League® of the Bay Area was designated as one of three nonprofit beneficiaries for the Bay Oaks Country Club’s annual ClubCorp Charity Classic, one of the world’s largest golf and dining charity events hosted by ClubCorp and their private clubs in the community. This event took place on September 13 – […]

Albemarle Foundation Donates Additional $2,500 to Chapter

As a member agency, Assistance League® of the Bay Area is blessed to receive quarterly donations from the Albemarle Foundation. As a result of COVID-19, the foundation gifted the chapter an additional $2500.00, allowing us to reach vulnerable populations during this time.

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