In a town where the median household income is estimated to be more than $200,000 per year and the annual income reaches $160,000, it’s difficult to consider that a portion of the population is living in poverty–so much so to where a child doesn’t own a dictionary or a warm coat for the winter, or […]
Assistance League of San Antonio is pleased to provide a venue for Camp VIBE (Vocational and Independence Building Experiences), a camp focused on providing visually impaired children and teens with opportunities that will help prepare them for the vocational world. On July 21, 2015, fourteen (14) students, aged 14-17 with varying degrees of vision loss […]
A National Operation Bell Award was given to Elks Lodge 1558 for years of annual financial support to help Assistance League of Carlsbad, NM, buy shoes and hoodies for over 700 students in need. In addition, the Elks now help with the chapter’s Ducky Affair fundraiser by paying for supplies and providing the use of their […]
Assistance League of Greater San Diego honored San Diego Unified School District’s Office of Children and Youth in Transition with a National Operation School Bell Award for their ongoing work, enabling the chapter to clothe more than 200 of the hardest to reach children in San Diego.