Mr. Donald Greene, manager at local Fallas store, receives National Operation School Bell® award. Also attending was Ralph Avila, District manger from Fallas. Mr Greene also received congratulatory letter from National President Susan Dolan. Mr. Greene received the award for his outstanding support for the Operation School Bell program. He is at every event and […]
On the evening of February 21, 2018, it was a wonderful privilege for Assistance League of Santa Clarita to present the National Operation School Bell® Award to the Board of Trustees of the Sulphur Springs Union School District. Working with this school district, it was determined some families may lack the means of transportation to the […]
Miller Vein is a local medical facility, staffed by specialists who create a variety of state of the art vein treatments. For the past 3 years, Miller Vein has volunteered at our Operation School Bell® elementary school distributions. Dr. Jeffrey Miller closes all of his 5 offices for one day and brings his entire staff to […]
Maggie Meling, President of Assistance League Visalia, presents the National Operation School Bell Award to Vanessa Alvarado, Program Manager Student Services, and the SAFE techs of Visalia Unified School District at the school board meeting on September 26, 2017. The SAFE tech program has been helping our chapter fulfill it’s mission for the past three […]
NVIDIA Corporation, Durham, NC location, has, for the past 10 years, chosen Assistance League of the Triangle Area as the local nonprofit organization to receive their “Kits for Kidz.” The bundle includes a backpack and school supplies and the total value of the donation each year is $4000. To express their appreciation the chapter presented […]
JCPenney stores of Riverside Galleria and Moreno Valley jointly received the National Operation School Bell® Award from Assistance League of Riverside at the chapter’s Annual Installation Meeting and Luncheon on May 17, 2017. Both stores have assisted the chapter in many ways to clothe children in need from the eight school districts the chapter serves.