Assistance League of Boise is a nonprofit 501(c)(3). Your contributions are fully tax deductible. We are an all-volunteer organization with no paid staff, therefore your contribution is maximized. All donations stay in Ada County, benefiting adults and children in need through our philanthropic programs. Your gifts are greatly appreciated.
Your Contribution, Small or Large, Will Make a Difference!
We are proud to be a GuideStar Exchange Gold Participant! Click on the GuideStar logo to review the Nonprofit Report on Assistance League of Boise provided by GuideStar Exchange.
Contributions can be made online or by check. You may also use the United Way donor-designated program at your workplace.
Grants from Corporations and Foundations
Assistance League of Boise’s Grants Committee writes proposals to support our philanthropic programs. Grants are especially helpful during this time of great need throughout our community.
Shop on AmazonSmile
Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Assistance League of Boise whenever you shop on AmazonSmile.
Thrift Shop Donations
Proceeds from our Thrift Shop help fund our philanthropic programs. Bring your donations of new or gently-used items to our Thrift Shop at 5825 Glenwood in Garden City. Stay to shop. We offer quality merchandise at affordable prices.
Operation School Bell® Fundraiser
Each fall, Assistance League of Boise sponsors a fundraiser. Operation School Bell is our chapter’s largest philanthropic program. This program provides clothing to children (K-6) in need throughout Ada County.
We also accept donations of goods or services. Please provide a fair market value assessment of your contribution using the form below.
Philanthropic Endowment Fund
Help create a lasting legacy! A permanent philanthropic endowment fund has been established at the Idaho Community Foundation for Assistance League of Boise’s philanthropic programs. Contributions to this fund ensure that our philanthropic programs will continue into the future, helping those in our community who are less fortunate.
For questions, see www.idcomfdn.org or call (208) 342-3535.