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.  Past service projects include mentoring elementary age CISD students, making blankets for residents of St. Joseph Village and River Oaks Assisted Living Center, collecting shoes and clothing for Soles4Soles, volunteering with Sack Summer Hunger and cleaning the Coppell Nature Park trails. 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


Our next member meeting is on Sunday, January 22 at 3 p.m. in the upstairs meeting room at the Coppell YMCA (146 Town Center Blvd., Coppell).  During this meeting we will be making corsages and boutonnieres for Night to Shine on February 10 in Coppell.  Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience for people with special needs, ages 14 and older.

Members are reminded to bring any collected plastic bottle caps to the meeting for our ongoing project for Banco de Tapitas.


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Assisteens at the Coppell Nature Park

As one of their community service projects, Assisteens spent time cleaning and mulching the trails to help maintain the Coppell Nature Park. The Coppell Nature Park is 66-acre of natural space located on the west side of town and includes five miles of trails. It is a natural habitat for wildlife such as coyotes, bobcats, […]

2021-2022 Service Learning Scholarship Winners

We are excited to announce the recipients of our 2021-2022 Service Learning Scholarships. These three graduating high school seniors were chosen based on their commitment to volunteerism, their unique stories that motivated them to serve, their leadership qualities and the time spent improving the community.  We were amazed at their hard work and dedication and are […]

Legacy of Literacy on March 5

Action! Week was a big success. Although we had to reschedule our original date due to the weather, we had fun celebrating our founder Anne Banning’s birthday by hosting Legacy of Literacy at Andy Brown Park. We read stories to children and gave every child a book to take home.

Distracted Driving Discussed at February Meeting

Distracted and impaired driving will be some of the topics discussed at this month’s Assisteens meeting on February 27 at 3 p.m. at the Cozby Library and Community Commons, Meeting Room B.  Assisteens member Makayla Wilkins will be sharing her Girl Scout Gold Award project on the topic and Fatal Vision® goggles will be available […]

Assisteens Volunteer at the Pumpkin Patch

Although you can’t always tell by the outside temperature, the Coppell community knows it is fall when it sees the area behind Rejoice Lutheran Church turn into a pumpkin patch filled with pumpkins, scarecrows and gourds. Assisteens members helped with the transformation by volunteering to unload, separate and place items throughout the area in preparation […]

Assisteens Kickoff 2021-2022 Year with Meeting on September 26

Assisteens is a non-profit, volunteer organization open to CISD students and Coppell residents in grades 7-12.  Assisteens offers students the opportunity to make a difference in our community. In the past year, Assisteens members have mentored elementary age CISD students, made blankets for residents of St. Joseph and River Oaks Assisted Living Centers, collected shoes […]

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 3rd or 4th Sunday of the month (depending upon CISD holidays) from September through May.

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

For the 2022-2023 school year, member applications are no longer being accepted. Please check back in Spring 2023 for more information about membership in 2023-2024. For informational purposes, click here to download the membership forms, which give complete details on membership requirements. Click here to download the Assisteens policies for membership.