Our Philanthropic Programs


Operation School Bell® provided new clothing, shoes, and hygiene kits to 1839 students, pre-kindergarten through high school, in the Clear Creek, Deer Park, Dickinson, Friendswood, Galveston, La Porte, and Texas City Independent School Districts, and Odyssey Academy Public Charter School District in Bay Area and Galveston Island campuses, practicing COVID-19 safety measures. All requests are submitted by authorized school personnel.

” I feel like a normal teenager because I don’t have to worry about what to wear to school anymore.”


Ready for Work program in collaboration with United Way Greater Houston’s THRIVE Center at Bay Area, Family Promise of Clear Creek, and The Bridge Over Troubled Waters provided 30 referred clients with job interview clothing from current Resale Shop inventory and specialty items at a local Wal-Mart.

“The personal shoppers patiently work with me and afterward, what could have been a stressful situation, instead makes me smile.”


Assisted 61 high school seniors identified as being in need, despite last-minute proms, with the selection of formal dresses, shoes, jewelry, and purses for the girls and complete tuxedo package rental gift certificates for the boys, for a positive prom experience.

“The ladies were so helpful and nice. They really guide you and try to find the best fitting dress for you. I felt so comfortable there and everyone is so welcoming. They really do make you feel special and like a Cinderella! What they do for young ladies like me is truly amazing because this opportunity doesn’t happen often.


Distributed 650 kits through partnerships with Bay Area Turning Point, the University of Texas Medical Branch – Galveston, the La Porte Police Department, the League City Police Department, and The Bridge Over Troubled Waters containing a pair of scrubs, undergarments, health care items, and flip flops to meet some of the immediate needs of individuals victimized by sexual assault or domestic abuse.

“The survivor kits have proven to be essential in a client’s recovery and the next step.  Assistance League of the Bay Area is a huge blessing to our agency.  They, literally, appear in the clutch.”


Provided over $27,000 in services for students who attend 30 campuses through vision referrals, donated dental care, and nutritional support.

“Communities In Schools – Bay Area relies on Assistance League of the Bay to continue to stabilizes the lives of students who lack food, clothing, food, and vision/dental/medical assistance and other basic needs.  Thank you for being a champion of community transformation!”


Installed three Little Free Libraries across the Houston-Galveston Bay service area to provide book-sharing opportunities and encourage a love of reading.

“Any book that helps a child to form a habit of reading, to make reading one of his needs, is good for him. – Maya Angelou

All financial and numbers-served figures come from year-end reports.  Final data will be contained in the 2020-2021 Annual Report.

Assistance League of the Bay Area’s fiscal reporting year is June 1 through May 31.