Established in September 2019, Assisteens is Assistance League of Coppell’s teen auxiliary. When students join Assisteens, they learn the value of volunteerism and become contributing members of the community.  Assisteens members determine the charitable programs and volunteer opportunities where they will participate. This gives the members a sense of ownership and excitement over the programs they serve.  This group meets monthly during the school year and is open to students in grades 7 – 12.

For more information or if you have questions, please contact Debbie Hinson, Assisteens Coordinator, at


Join us for our next Assisteens meeting on May 23 at 3 p.m. We hope you will be able to join us for our last meeting of the year.


Action! Week 2021

In honor of Action! Week, Assisteens members made blankets for the residents of CHRISTUS St. Joseph Village and River Oaks Assisted Living Center.  The project became especially important due to the extreme cold weather the area has experienced.

Assisteens Volunteer With Coppell Cares

Working with Coppell Cares, Assisteens assembled approximately 150 sacks of nutritious breakfast, lunch and snack items for eligible CISD students to eat over the weekend when they are not receiving meals at school.

Q & A with Dr. Brad Hunt

At the April 2020 meeting, Assisteens hosted a meeting via Zoom with Dr. Brad Hunt, CISD Superintendent

A Night to Shine

Assisteens made heart-shaped pillows for the attendees of Night to Shine, a prom night experience for people with special needs.

Membership Requirements

Assisteens offers students an opportunity to make a positive impact on our community.  When you join Assisteens, you will meet new people, gain life and leadership skills, and earn volunteer hours.

Meeting Day and time

Assisteens meet at 3 p.m. on the 4th Sunday of the month during the school year, excluding December.  For specific dates and meeting location, please click on the “What’s Happening” tab.

Annual Dues:

$40 new members (includes t-shirt); $25 returning members

Volunteer Hour Guidelines

Minimum of 12 volunteer hours per year.  This includes:

  • Participate in 8 hours of philanthropic and fundraising programs or projects
  • Attend 4 meetings (including virtual meetings as appropriate)
  • Community service hours are awarded for actual hours worked

Member applications are accepted at any time throughout the year. Click here to download the membership forms, which give complete details on membership requirements.