Impact Stories

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Jan

San Jose – City Council Recognizes Chapter for 25th Anniversary

On December 11, 2018, Assistance League of San Jose was honored before the San Jose City Council at its monthly meeting. In August, Assistance League of San Jose was celebrating its 25th anniversary in the Operation School Bell® program which provides school uniforms to students in three different school districts in the San Jose area. […]

20

Dec

Greater Wilmington – Supports Cape Fear Program

ROCKY POINT, NC (WECT) – Some students at Cape Fear Middle School got a sporty surprise Thursday morning. Eighth grade teacher Laura Hoover started a program to get children moving and 22 students are running a couple of times a week. Members of the running club got new shoes, which Hoover — who is a […]

13

Dec

Temecula Valley – Awards Teachers

Eleven Lake Elsinore teachers pitched ideas — from a field trip to see flowers to designing derby cars — that won them a total of $5,260 in grants. The Assistance League of Temecula Valley handed out the awards during a Monday, Dec. 3, event at the Lake Elsinore Unified School District office. League President Denise Lanier; Annette Sheehy, director […]

08

Dec

Greater Wilmington – Children helping children via Assistance League

Tennessee schoolchildren held a book drive to benefit Hurricane Florence victims. Assistance League of Greater Wilmington has been contacted by two groups of children who are concerned about the children in our area after Hurricane Florence. One group is sending us gently used children’s books to replace those that may have been damaged or destroyed. […]

06

Dec

Sierra Foothills – Christmas Comes Early for Area’s Neediest

At its monthly meeting at Faith Episcopal Church in Cameron Park on Nov. 28 Assistance League of Sierra Foothills members presented staff from the El Dorado County of Education with more than 100 coats and pajamas for infants and toddlers who are homeless or facing homelessness in the county. Director of EDCOE’s Child Development program […]

29

Nov

St. Louis – Aids SLPS students with clothing

View the video. ST. LOUIS – It`s a ribbon cutting for an unused space in the basement of this school that`s making a difference against Mother Nature and cold temperatures. “This is the first year we`re doing the closet where they come in and check,” says Kimberly Sharp, Family & Community Specialist Adams Elementary.   “Liaison […]