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 and two school clusters located in the Clear Creek and Dickinson Independent School Districts.

Assault Survivor Kit 2020-2021 Success

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, Family Promise of Clear Creek, and The Bridge Over Troubled Waters with interview and job-appropriate clothing.

Cards for Heroes Memorial Hermann Southeast

Community Outreach

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

2020-2021 Statistics

$793.9

thousand dollars returned to our community

$603.8

thousand dollars accrued from resource development initiatives

28,294

thousand hours volunteered

News & Events

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Rotary Club of Galveston Gifts Chapter $2,000

Rotary Club of Galveston recently awarded $2,000 to Assistance League® of the Bay Area. This donation is designated to the chapter’s largest philanthropic program, Operation School Bell®. Accepting the grant on behalf of the organization were (from left) Rebecca Saavedra, Charlene Donovan, and Sarah Foulds (far right.) Presenting the check on behalf of the foundation […]

Annual Fundraiser, Jazz and Jewels – a Rousing Success!

Assistance League of the Bay Area’s annual fundraising event, Jazz and Jewels, was a rousing success! Chairman Sharon Guzzino and Vice Chairman Kathleen Courville, along with a talented committee, created an environment that resonated with sparkle and pizzazz. The decorations were spectacular and we once again thank and acknowledge the H-E-B El Dorado Store for […]

Ready for Work Recipient Delighted with Shopping Experience

Our trio of helpers, Sally Coleman (back row), Carole Eitzen (right front), and Kari Kelley (left front), assisted our latest Ready for Work client on Saturday, April 9. She was a bundle of positive energy and we are excited about her new career path!

Assistance League of the Bay Area Receives ‘Best of the Bay’ Resale Shop

We are so excited to be selected by the voters as Bay Area Houston Magazine’s Best of the Bay Resale Shop. It takes a Herculean effort by our volunteers to keep our #upscaleresale shop open and full of inventory for loyal customers to select #treasuresthatfittheirbudget. Thank you for your confidence in us!

Bay Area Houston Alumnae Chapter – Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Partners with Chapter during their Day of Service

Our organization had a grand time working alongside Bay Area Houston Alumnae Chapter-Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. this past Saturday at our award-winning Resale Shop. Together we worked in the processing area, the sales floor, and our book distribution area in celebration of ACTION! Week. Two of the chapter’s representatives are also members of our […]

ACTION! Week Continues at the Bay Area Turning Point Shelter

ACTION! Week activities continued on Saturday, February 26 as chapter members visited philanthropic program partner Bay Area Turning Point and allowed children who reside at the facility to select books and the little girls to choose a dress, gifted to us by First United Methodist Church of La Porte, Texas.

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Rotary Club of Galveston Gifts Chapter $2,000

Rotary Club of Galveston recently awarded $2,000 to Assistance League® of the Bay Area. This donation is designated to the chapter’s largest philanthropic program, Operation School Bell®. Accepting the grant on behalf of the organization were (from left) Rebecca Saavedra, Charlene Donovan, and Sarah Foulds (far right.) Presenting the check on behalf of the foundation […]

Annual Fundraiser, Jazz and Jewels – a Rousing Success!

Assistance League of the Bay Area’s annual fundraising event, Jazz and Jewels, was a rousing success! Chairman Sharon Guzzino and Vice Chairman Kathleen Courville, along with a talented committee, created an environment that resonated with sparkle and pizzazz. The decorations were spectacular and we once again thank and acknowledge the H-E-B El Dorado Store for […]

Ready for Work Recipient Delighted with Shopping Experience

Our trio of helpers, Sally Coleman (back row), Carole Eitzen (right front), and Kari Kelley (left front), assisted our latest Ready for Work client on Saturday, April 9. She was a bundle of positive energy and we are excited about her new career path!

Assistance League of the Bay Area Receives ‘Best of the Bay’ Resale Shop

We are so excited to be selected by the voters as Bay Area Houston Magazine’s Best of the Bay Resale Shop. It takes a Herculean effort by our volunteers to keep our #upscaleresale shop open and full of inventory for loyal customers to select #treasuresthatfittheirbudget. Thank you for your confidence in us!

Bay Area Houston Alumnae Chapter – Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Partners with Chapter during their Day of Service

Our organization had a grand time working alongside Bay Area Houston Alumnae Chapter-Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. this past Saturday at our award-winning Resale Shop. Together we worked in the processing area, the sales floor, and our book distribution area in celebration of ACTION! Week. Two of the chapter’s representatives are also members of our […]

ACTION! Week Continues at the Bay Area Turning Point Shelter

ACTION! Week activities continued on Saturday, February 26 as chapter members visited philanthropic program partner Bay Area Turning Point and allowed children who reside at the facility to select books and the little girls to choose a dress, gifted to us by First United Methodist Church of La Porte, Texas.

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