A letter of encouragement can spread sunshine to someone who needs it. Assistance League of Tustin Assisteens® member and Solely Sunshine Founder Natalie Salvatierra is 16 years old and started her own 501(c)(3) organization. Solely Sunshine is a mental health organization making a global impact by providing the opportunity for anyone to help people with […]
Just like many other nonprofit organizations, members of Assistance League of Anaheim have had to find alternative ways for participating in service projects as coronavirus restrictions continue. So on Saturday, Aug. 22, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., members will host a drive-by version of an Operation School Bell event at Dr. Jonas Salk Elementary […]
Assistance League of Northern Virginia reports that its Weekend Food for Kids program, which was modified because of COVID-19, is still helping food-insecure elementary school children and their families this summer. Since mid-March, when schools were abruptly closed across Virginia, the organization has been distributing grocery store gift cards to four of the six schools […]
Skye Canyon is inviting residents and the public to help the students in this community by donating to its Back-to-School Supply Drive, benefitting Assistance League Las Vegas’ Operation School Bell®. Supplies needed include backpacks, scissors, thumb drives, calculators, pencils, crayons, notebooks, erasers, rulers, washable markers, glue sticks, folders, and paper. New and unworn children’s athletic […]
Assistance League of Coppell was pleased to donate $5,000 to Sack Summer Hunger, a program sponsored in Coppell by Metrocrest Services and Coppell Cares. The program distributes easy-to-prepare, kid-friendly meals and snacks to families in Coppell who qualify for free or reduced-rate lunches during the school year. With the spread of COVID-19, the need has […]
Volunteers deliver the prepackaged school clothes outside Assistance League in Carlsbad. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic Assistance League has switched to a pickup service rather than allowing students to pick and choose what they need for school this year.