Operation School Bell®

Operation School Bell is a nationwide philanthropic program of Assistance League. The purpose of this program is to provide school clothes to children in need. Sometimes these are school uniforms, and sometimes they are shorts, pants, short sleeve and long sleeve shirts. Also included is a coat, backpack, socks, shoes, underwear, toothpaste and a toothbrush.

What a joy to spend time with Stephanie Lopez, principal at Tom Landry Elementary and Pam Henderson, principal at Riverchase Elementary to be acknowledged at the Partner Appreciation breakfast with Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD.

(Stephanie Lopez, Mary Schueler, Pam Henderson pictured)

Helping Hearts

Each week volunteer members bring donuts and serve coffee to the residents of River Oaks CHRISTUS St. Joseph Village, an adult assisted living center. Members visit with the residents and entertain them with crossword puzzles.

It is so rewarding for our members and the residents that we have continued meeting during the summer.

Senior Scholarships

Each year the Assistance League of Coppell offers a $1000 scholarship to a graduating senior.

In keeping with the mission of Assistance League, this scholarship is offered to a Coppell high school student who has exhibited excellence in service to the community and beyond. Class rank and grade point averages are not considered for the scholarship award, nor is financial need.  Children of Assistance League of Coppell members are not eligible.

Download scholarship guidelines and application.  If you have any other questions, email Assistance League Coppell with Scholarship in the subject line at: CoppellAssistanceLeague@gmail.com

Youth Today

Implements programs aimed at teaching children how to make good choices by supporting and encouraging healthy lifestyles.

Drug testing kits: Assistance League of Coppell provides drug testing kits and pamphlets free of charge to concerned parents in our community.

Fatal Vision goggles: These goggles are specially designed and manufactured to simulate the visual impairment caused by alcohol or other drugs. The principle underlying the Fatal Vision Program is to demonstrate how quickly impairment can turn fun into devastating consequences.

Shattered Dreams: Adopted in the spring of 2001, Shattered Dreams is a day-long dramatization of an alcohol-related crash at Coppell High School (CHS), complete with Coppell Police and emergency medical services.

Journeys: This is a mentoring program aimed at “at-risk” middle school children and was initiated in spring 2002.