Chapter News



Montgomery County – Ute Rowe Receives National Operation School Bell Award

At a recent meeting, Assistance League of Montgomery County named Ute Rowe, Communities in Schools Site Coordinator for Conroe High School as this year’s winner of the Operation School Bell® Award. Communities in Schools is the nation’s leading organization empowering students to stay in school and achieve in life. Ute dedicates her life to CIS’s […]



Greeley – Maxine Selle Receives Ada Edwards Laughlin Award

Maxine Selle’s tireless devotion and years of service to Assistance League has earned her the appreciation and thanks of her peers, as well as the Ada Edwards Laughlin award. This is the first time Assistance League of Greeley has recognized a member with the award.



Oklahoma City – Chapter in Formation

On June 12, 2018, Assistance League welcomed their newest chapter in formation in Oklahoma City. The formation ceremony was held at the Meinders School of Business at Oklahoma City University. Several members from the Norman and Tulsa Assistance League chapters came to help welcome our newest members.  National Director of Chapter Formation, Jackie Hamby, states: […]



Northern Virginia – Named Business Partner of the Year

Assistance League of Northern Virginia has been selected by Prince William County Public Schools to receive a 2018 Business Partnership of the Year Award. Assistance League was nominated by both Yorkshire and Loch Lomond Elementary Schools in Manassas. Both schools participate in the Weekend Food for Kids program, which provides food bags for the weekend […]



Northern Virginia – Spring Luncheon Raises Funds for Operation School Bell® Programs

Assistance League of Northern Virginia recently hosted its annual Spring Luncheon to raise funds for the nonprofit’s activities benefiting children in need at eleven Title I schools in Fairfax and Prince William Counties and the City of Alexandria. Operation School Bell Programs include Weekend Food for Kids, New Clothing for Kids and Reading Express which touch the […]



Greater San Diego – Making an Impact with Emergency Clothing

On May 15, Susan Pelloth had the opportunity to help a local family in extraordinary circumstances.  In her words, “Today I had the honor of helping one of our El Cajon families with emergecny clothing.  Late last week, their apartment burnt down and they lost everything.  Dad was hospitalized due to burn s he received […]