Elementary school students are brought to Assistance League to “shop” for brand-new clothing. They all leave with a huge bag of new clothes, wide grins and a renewed sense of confidence.
Middle, junior high and high school students shop for clothing and shoes at a local retail store.
School supplies are delivered to Ada County schools so students can start the school year with the same supplies as their classmates.
Ada County high school students rent formal wear for a nominal fee. Prom should be a fairy-tale for all high school students!
Provides newborn clothing and supplies to families in need in local hospitals. Every new baby deserves to go home in a new outfit, with diapers and other essentials!
Provides basic household items, nonperishable food, and a handmade quilt to 18-year old youth aging out of foster care.
Provides personal care, kitchen and domestic items to federally designated high school Homeless Unaccompanied Youth in Ada County.
Provides hearing aids, special equipment and educational grants to hearing impaired Ada County residents.
Step back in time and tour this 1879 restored home. Period dressed volunteers teach real-life, interactive history lessons on how our forefathers lived.
Provides wigs to anyone suffering from hair loss due to a medical condition. Get your old look back with a visit to Assistance League of Boise.
thousand dollars returned to the Treasure Valley
thousand people served in the Treasure Valley
thousand hours volunteered
Our Thrift Shop will be closed July 2nd for the holidays. No donations will be accepted.
Our Thrift Shop Receiving will be closed Tuesday July 12th for carpet cleaning. No donations will be accepted.
Ho! Ho! Ho! Save the Date! Our annual Christmas in July sale will be held July 20th – 24th in our Philanthropic Center located behind our Thrift Shop. Come see all the Christmas treasures we have!
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