Watch our compelling video about Kids In Need in Anne Arundel County.

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Learn more about how our programs transforms lives in Anne Arundel County.

Philanthropic Programs

Assistance League of the Chesapeake Operation School Bell tutoring program

Operation School Bell®

Operation School Bell provides appropriate assistance to children in need, with the goals of promoting learning, enhancing self-esteem, and encouraging regular school attendance.

Assistance League of the Chesapeake Kids On The Block Puppet Troupe

Kids on the Block— An Educational Puppet Troupe

Kids on the Block explores the issues of disability, cultural differences, bullying, and other social problems through the use of life-size puppets. By using special targeted scripts, volunteers help children understand and accept individual differences in each other, as well as learn valuable interpersonal skills.

Assistance League of the Chesapeake Sing-Alongs for seniors

Sing-Alongs

The Sing-Along program takes familiar music to seniors in assisted living residences and nursing homes.

Assistance League of the Chespapeake Kids In Need uniform program

Kids in Need (KIN) and Project Literacy

These two programs provide new uniforms, emergency clothing, books, tutors, and enrichment opportunities to schoolchildren in Anne Arundel County School.

Assistance League of the Chesapeake Stork's Nest Baby Shower

Stork’s Nest

Through this program, members of the Assistance League of the Chesapeake contribute items for expectant mothers to the Stork’s Nest redemption store at the Baltimore-Washington Medical Center. This initiative is part of the Center’s prenatal health-incentives program for underserved women.

2018-19 Statistics

3,100

Our chapter provided 3,508 uniforms to children in need in 7 Anne Arundel County public schools.

1,281

Our chapter gave 1,500 books to students to take home and share with their families.

1,000

Our Kids On The Block puppet troupe performed 13 anti-bullying puppet shows for 1,000 second graders at local schools.

News

540 Students Receive Pajamas, Undies and Socks Thanks to Assistance League of the Chesapeake

As many things do, it started with a simple phone call. From there, Assistance League of the Chesapeake members rallied to provide pajamas, undies and socks to all 540 students at Tyler Heights Elementary School (THE) in Annapolis. Back in September, Sarah Daniels, a counselor at THE, contacted one of our members, Pam Meehan. Sarah […]

Stork’s Nest Baby Shower 2020

The piles of boxes of diapers, umbrella strollers, clothing, bottles and other baby paraphernalia grew as members of Assistance League of the Chesapeake dropped of their donations at their annual Stork’s Nest Baby Shower. Soon it was taking eight ALC members and representatives of the Baltimore Washington Medical Center (BWMC) to take the donations from […]

Our Chapter’s Accomplishments in 2019-20

Our chapter of Assistance League was really busy in the past fiscal year. Though the coronavirus put most of our programs on hold, we worked creatively to serve our community. In response to the pandemic, our chapter donated 30 Chromebook computers and headsets to two local elementary schools to lend to families that have more […]

Assistance League Members Donate 30 Chromebook Computers to Families at Local Elementary Schools

Assistance League members Yolanda Perry and Marty Sippel along with Tiffany Foster (center), Meade Heights principal. New computers give underserved students the resources they need at Meade Heights and Georgetown East elementary schools. With its usual programs on hiatus due to the pandemic, Assistance League of the Chesapeake members wanted to continue to make contributions […]

Helping Kids In Need

Our terrific grants chair, Kim Taft, asked me to take a look at a grant application she was working on. She very neatly spelled out our work with Kids In Need. That’s the program where we provide new school clothing (in the form of uniforms) to students at seven area schools. I was struck by […]

“Going the Distance”

To honor Black History Month, Assistance League of the Chesapeake sponsored a performance of “Going the Distance” by the Smithsonian Discovery Theater. The performance was held on February 14, 2020, at Georgetown East Elementary School in Annapolis, Maryland. We received the funds for the performance through a grant award from the Arts Council of Anne […]

News

540 Students Receive Pajamas, Undies and Socks Thanks to Assistance League of the Chesapeake

As many things do, it started with a simple phone call. From there, Assistance League of the Chesapeake members rallied to provide pajamas, undies and socks to all 540 students at Tyler Heights Elementary School (THE) in Annapolis. Back in September, Sarah Daniels, a counselor at THE, contacted one of our members, Pam Meehan. Sarah […]

Stork’s Nest Baby Shower 2020

The piles of boxes of diapers, umbrella strollers, clothing, bottles and other baby paraphernalia grew as members of Assistance League of the Chesapeake dropped of their donations at their annual Stork’s Nest Baby Shower. Soon it was taking eight ALC members and representatives of the Baltimore Washington Medical Center (BWMC) to take the donations from […]

Our Chapter’s Accomplishments in 2019-20

Our chapter of Assistance League was really busy in the past fiscal year. Though the coronavirus put most of our programs on hold, we worked creatively to serve our community. In response to the pandemic, our chapter donated 30 Chromebook computers and headsets to two local elementary schools to lend to families that have more […]

Assistance League Members Donate 30 Chromebook Computers to Families at Local Elementary Schools

Assistance League members Yolanda Perry and Marty Sippel along with Tiffany Foster (center), Meade Heights principal. New computers give underserved students the resources they need at Meade Heights and Georgetown East elementary schools. With its usual programs on hiatus due to the pandemic, Assistance League of the Chesapeake members wanted to continue to make contributions […]

Helping Kids In Need

Our terrific grants chair, Kim Taft, asked me to take a look at a grant application she was working on. She very neatly spelled out our work with Kids In Need. That’s the program where we provide new school clothing (in the form of uniforms) to students at seven area schools. I was struck by […]

“Going the Distance”

To honor Black History Month, Assistance League of the Chesapeake sponsored a performance of “Going the Distance” by the Smithsonian Discovery Theater. The performance was held on February 14, 2020, at Georgetown East Elementary School in Annapolis, Maryland. We received the funds for the performance through a grant award from the Arts Council of Anne […]