Assistance League Schools

A new program implemented by the Assistance League of Denver

What is Assistance League Schools?
A partnership implemented by Assistance League® of Denver with designated Denver and Aurora Public Schools.
♦ A collaborative approach to providing the selected schools with programs and services that Assistance League of Denver offers.

The PURPOSE of Assistance League Schools is:
To significantly IMPACT and improve the lives and experiences of students and their families.
♦ To not only provide our existing programs but to collaborate with the school administrators and parents to determine what services will be most impactful to them.

Assistance League Schools is a new program, and we plan to expand it to include 12 schools over the next five years. This year we formed a partnership with ValVerde Elementary School in Denver Public Schools and Boston P-8 in Aurora Public Schools.  The programs and services included but were not limited to the following:

  • Operation School Bell® – Partnering with JC Penney, we allow students from selected Denver Public Schools and Aurora Public Schools to receive vouchers to shop for new school clothes on a selected Sunday before the store opens to the public. JC Penney usually also gives a 15% discount on the clothes that day.  Click here for information
  • Arts for Kids – Brings fine art programs including music, dance and theatrical productions to selected Denver Public School and Aurora Public School children.  Click here for information
  • Scholarship – English Language Acquisition Classes for parents.
  • Legacy of Literacy – Literacy support as requested by the schools.  Click here for more information

It takes a village of volunteers!

Arts for Kids

Legacy of Literacy