Celebrating 66 years of service in Denver!

Assistance League of Denver has been serving the greater Denver community for 66 years.  The Denver Chapter was organized in 1953 and chartered in 1958 and was the first chapter of National Assistance League located outside of California. In 2021, our members devoted 34,000 hours to service.  We served 11,000 people and returned $813,000 to meet the needs of people in the Denver community.  Our chapter is highly motivated to effect change in our community because we care about the outcome.

We are an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to transform the lives of children and adults through its innovative philanthropic programs: Assistance League Schools, Operation School Bell®, Hospital Equipment Lending Program, Scholarship, Hospitality House, Assault Survivor Kits®, Arts for Kids,  ALDO Bears, and Serve Our Seniors.

Our Thrift Shop is located at 6265 E. Evans Avenue, Suite 8, in Denver.  Store hours are 10 AM to 4 PM Monday through Saturday.  We welcome your clothing and household donations Monday through Saturday from 11 AM to 2 PM.

Other funding sources include grants, corporate and individual donations, “The Happening” and “Summer Sizzle” fundraisers, an annual appeal letter requesting monetary donations, participation in “Colorado Gives”, as  well as our Endowment Fund.

Assistance League of Denver has been awarded several generous grants this year.  These grants are from Delatour Foundation, Community First – Spaulding (H.E.L.P.), JC Penney, Liberty Media Corporation, and Helen Murray Charitable Trust. We appreciate the support from these generous donors.  These grants will make it possible to continue our numerous Philanthropic Programs which benefit people living in the Denver area.

HISTORY OF ASSISTANCE LEAGUE (Click Here)

Mission, Vision and Values

MISSION

Assistance League of Denver volunteers transform lives by collaborating with schools, families, and seniors to enhance educational experiences and improve health and well being.

VISION

We envision a Denver metro community where people achieve their desired quality of life and reach their full potential.

TAGLINE

Transforming Lives • Strengthening Community

CORE VALUES

Commitment
Leadership
Ethics
Accountability
Respect

BY THE NUMBERS

Volunteers Enriching Lives for a Better Community

Assistance League of Denver

2023-2024 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

PRESIDENT
Becky Erlendson

PRESIDENT- ELECT
Julie Bailey

MEMBERSHIP, FIRST VICE PRESIDENT
Kathy Reese

PHILANTHROPIC PROGRAMS, SECOND VICE PRESIDENT
Charlotte Butler

RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT, THIRD VICE PRESIDENT
Jonna Fitzgerald

FINANCE VICE PRESIDENT
Denise Frau

STRATEGIC PLANNING VICE PRESIDENT
Michelle Krawchick

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT VICE PRESIDENT
Linda Heise

MARKETING VICE PRESIDENT
Lou Ann Liebman

RECORDING SECRETARY
Rhoda Meador

TREASURER
Carolyn Newcomb

PARLIAMENTARIAN
Donna Loomis

ASSISTEEN LIAISON
Cindy Hope

DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
Kelly Bossley

APPOINTED OFFICERS NOT ON BOARD

EDUCATION
Jo Martin

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
Erika Elder

 

 

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