Assistance League volunteers transforming the lives of children and adults through community programs.

For more than 49 years, Assistance League of Corvallis has been meeting the needs of Benton County.  We look forward to continuing our commitment to our current programs and our local communities.

Photo of front of Assistance League of Corvallis House
Image of Assistance League of Corvallis House

Our chapter has no paid personnel. Programs and fundraising activities are staffed by over 200 members.  Annually, our member volunteers

  • contribute in excess of 19,000 volunteer service hours to Benton County;
  • clothe over 1000 children with new outfits and shoes to give them adequate clothing for school through Operation School Bell®;
  • provide classroom books to new teachers in Benton County;
  • provide household and personal supplies for families in need in Corvallis, Monroe, Alsea and Philomath schools;
  • instruct approximately 975 sixth graders on dental hygiene with our award-winning classroom presentation and video, “The Power of Healthy Teeth;”
  • provide classes twice a year for 115 high school students to help them prepare for the SAT;
  • supply teddy bears for distribution by more than nine agencies, including the  Oregon State Police.

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